Hyde served as Secretary-general of the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic, and was chosen by the newly established USOC chiropractic selection committee (composed of District of Columbia"s) to provide chiropractic services at the Pan American Games held in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1987, He summited Mount Kilimanjaro, Fuji and Aconcagua, and was the Expedition Leader for the 2003 Prostate Cancer Climb on Mountain. Kilimanjaro. Hyde has lectured all over the world, and is considered an expert regarding chiropractic care of athletes. He served as president and executive director of the American Chiropractic Association (American Counseling Association) Sports Council for eight years.
He served as the secretary general for the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic (FICS), and also served as the liaison between FICS and the World Olympians Association.
He also served on the Board of Directors of the Miami-Dade Sports Commission, and the editorial board of the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association (JCCA). 1987 - Hyde was the 8th chiropractor to be accepted to the volunteer program for chiropractors at the United States Olympic Training Center, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and was subsequently selected to serve as the official chiropractor for the 1987 Pan American Games, making him only the 3rd District of Columbia to do southern
1990 - Hyde was the State of Florida"s coordinator for medical services for the Sunshine Games. 1990-1997 - He served as the chiropractic consultant for the Miami Dolphins.
Hyde served many years on the Governor"s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.
In 2001, Hyde was inducted to the Hall of Fame of the Sports Council of the American Chiropractic Association. In 2002, he was named "Sports Chiropractor of the Year" by the Florida Chiropractic Association Sports Injury Council. He was named "Person of the Year" by Dynamic Chiropractic in 2009.