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.

This years US News And World Report has ranked the University of Toronto 3rd for Best Universities for Surgery in the world!

The University of Toronto has moved up from 4th in 2020-21 to 3rd this year!

Keep up to date with what’s happening in UTOSM research. Our November quarterly edition is just released!

UTOSM Newsletter Nov 2021

Dr. Tim Dwyer to present UTOSM research at the 2021 Australian Orthopaedic Association

Our research is going global as Dr. Dwyer will attend the 2021 Australian Orthopaedic Association meeting this year and will present on the following four abstracts: Use of an Artificial Intelligence System for Enhancing Post-Operative Recovery in Hip Arthroscopy Patients: A Quality Improvement Pilot Study G Hoit, D Burns, J Higgins, T Dwyer, D Whelan, […]

Our new – now quarterly – UTOSM newsletter has just been released, check out what our group has been up to!

UTOSM Newsletter July 2021

Dr. Graeme Hoit awarded 2021 Vanier Scholarship!

These prestigious awards are given out to scholars across the country in various disciplines and are intended to support high quality doctoral thesis research. Graeme’s work is in the area of femoroacetabular impingement and is under the supervision of Jas Chahal. Congratulations Dr. Hoit!

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

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