Dr. Michael Fields grew up in Breckenridge, Texas and graduated high school at Breckenridge High School.  Growing up Dr. Fields was active in sports and FFA.  He served as a FFA officer and showed animals at the local livestock show as well as several major livestock shows.

After high school, Dr. Fields attended Ranger Jr. College were he was the place kicker on their football team.  After finishing up at RJC Dr. Fields attended Tarleton State University where he received his BS degree in Biology.

Then he went to Parker College of Chiropractic  (now Parker University)


in Dallas.  He graduated from Parker College with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1997.  Soon after graduating he became licensed to practice chiropractic in Texas.

Besides being trained in chiropractic, Dr. Fields has other areas of postgraduate training has well.  He is certified in acupuncture and has postgraduate studies in nutritional studies as well.  Dr. Fields has postgraduate studies in spinal MRI and interpreting spinal MRI.

Dr. Fields has experience treating trauma cases, such as automobile accidents and sports injuries, as well as everyday chronic pain.  Dr. Fields can determine the right treatment plan to get his patients the optimal care they deserve.

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Dr. Fields has been married to his wife Jennifer for 17 years and has 2 children Katie and Trig.  Both kids attend Spring Hill ISD.  They are very active in sporting events and the band.

They moved to Longview in 2011 where he was an associate chiropractor at Blue Heron Health Center.  In 2014 Dr. Fields opened Fields Chiropractic Clinic at 2143 Gilmer Rd. in Longview, Texas.  

He is also very active in the community. Dr. Fields and his family attend First Christian Church in Longview, and he is a member of Toastmasters of Longview.

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