Dr. Oldfield was born and raised here in Calgary, where he grew up playing many sports, including hockey, football and lacrosse. He dedicated himself to playing hockey at the highest level, playing for the Calgary Royals association, before playing Junior hockey in B.C.
Having dealt with numerous sports injuries over the years, Dr. Oldfield was always fascinated by the Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation field. He started his educational journey studying Kinesiology (Bachelor of Human Kinetics) at the University of British Columbia Okanagan, before completing his Doctorate of Chiropractic (D.C) at Palmer West College of Chiropractic in San Jose, California. In 2017, Dr. Oldfield completed the renowned Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program at McMaster University thereby adding acupuncture as another skill set into his treatment protocols.
In addition to his role at KPC, Dr. Oldfield is the Sports Chiropractor for the Duckett Performance Center in Calgary. There he works alongside Strength and Conditioning experts to treat and enhance the performance of NHL, NCAA and Junior hockey players as part of their off-season training. With a focus in the Sports Performance field, Dr. Mike has had the opportunity to work with world class competitive dancers, Triathlete and Ironman athletes, Top Canadian Gymnasts, as well as numerous Olympic athletes.
Dr. Mike also has a passion for rodeo. He has been a chiropractic provider with the not-for-profit Canadian Pro Rodeo Sport Medicine Team. The team is comprised of athletic therapists, chiropractors and massage therapists who work upwards of 70+ rodeo and PBR events throughout the year, including the Calgary Stampede and Ponoka Stampede among others.
Dr. Oldfield is always eager to learn new skills having completed additional certifications in Active Release Therapy (A.R.T), Graston Therapy, Clinical Neurodynamics and Functional Movement Kinesio-Taping (Rocktape). These are some of the leading soft-tissue treatment protocols to effectively deal with the injuries sustained by athletes.