Sports Medicine based at the New Women's College Hospital

Driven by advanced surgical skills, research, and education

University of Toronto Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Program

Training the next generation of

ORTHOPAEDIC

SPORTS MEDICINE

SPECIALISTS

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ABOUT YOUR

SPORTS CONDITIONS

PROCEDURES

REHABILITATION PROTOCOLS

Evidenced based care

Provide expert evidence based care for soft tissue trauma and sports injuries, including specialised care for complex problems

Clinical trials and health outcomes

Design, implementation and participation in quality clinical trials;
Measure health services outcomes by assessing population health through value and access to care
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Education

To develop and establish novel methods of assessing competence in postgraduate medical education, with a focus on surgical simulation

At University of Toronto Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (UTOSM), we have a diversified approach that involves expertise across focused endeavors in clinical care, research,and education in the field of musculoskeletal soft tissue trauma and sports injury.

UTOSM Authors Win Two 2020 Arthroscopy Journal Awards!!

Congratulations to Dr. James Higgins and co-authors who won the 2020 Arthroscopy Best Resident/Fellow Article Award for their article “Conventional Follow-up Versus Mobile Application Home Monitoring for Postoperative Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” An additional congratulations to Dr. Tim Dwyer and co-authors who won the 2020 Arthroscopy Journal Award for Systematic […]

Dr. Dwyer demonstrates surgical techniques for “Arthroscopic Shoulder Anterior Capsular Plication”

Click here to view on vumedi : Arthroscopic Shoulder Anterior Capsular Plication

The 2020 University of Toronto, Division of Orthopaedic Surgery Resident Research Day was a virtual hit!

“Please join us in congratulating our award recipients this year.  Dr. Amit Anand (supervised by Dr. Jihad Abouali) won the T. R. Sullivan Award for Best Overall Research Paper presentation for his work on ‘Perceptions and Attitudes towards post-operative pain and analgesia in Orthopaedics: Implications for the Development of a Patient-Centred Approach to post-operative Pain […]

The 2021 US News And World Report has ranked the Department of Surgery at the University of Toronto as 4th in the world!

The University of Toronto Department of Surgery ranks in the top 5 two years in a row!

Why attend the University of Toronto for your orthopaedic residency or fellowship? Check out the following video from the University of Toronto Department of Surgery to find out

The advancement and application of surgical science in soft tissue trauma and sports injuries for the benefit of all society