Michael NICHOLLS, MD
Mike was born and raised in Regina, attended university and medical school at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, and did his Family Medicine Residency in Regina. He worked for 4 years full time doing emergency medicine before taking over a Student Health, Family and Sport Medicine practice at the University of Regina where he worked for 13 years. He is currently employed as a Health Services Officer with the RCMP at the Training Academy here in Regina and does consultation sport medicine work for the University of Regina and community at large.
Mike was the Chief Medical Officer with the Canada Summer Games in 2005. He has been a team physician with the Regina Pats Hockey organization since 1994, the Medical Director with the University of Regina Athletics Program since 1995, has worked several times with Canadian Hockey’s Program of Excellence and was the team physician for the 2001 World Junior Team in Moscow, Russia. He was part of the short track speed skating venue medical team at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. He has been the Medical Director of Wrestling Canada’s National Teams since 2009 and was appointed to the FILA Medical Committee in 2011.
Mike was recognized by the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine as the Community Physician of the Year in 2007.
The Medical Director for Wrestling Canada Lutte since 2008. Interested in illness and injury prevention in sports.
BSc, MD, CCFP, FCFP, Dip Sport Med (CASEM).