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




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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


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.

Congratulations to Dr Timothy Leroux on joining the team…at UHN and UTOSM

Dr. Leroux specializes in the Upper extremity, including Shoulder and Elbow. He will be involved in trauma, reconstruction,and sports injuries.

Dr Paul Marks…inaugural Susanne and William Holland Chair in Sports Medicine Research

Dr. Paul Marks was named the inaugural Susanne and William Holland Chair in Sports Medicine Research at Sunnybrook. Paul has put forth an outstanding vision for sports medicine research and his Chair will be instrumental in bringing to fruition a sustainable, productive program at Sunnybrook with University-wide collaboration through UTOSM. This is a great honour […]

Supercar Sunday…second year! ..our photos coming soon…

Fantastic event thanks to Saturns Drives, Blacklist Rally, and BMW Toronto. Thanks to the Women’s College Hospital Foundation and their volunteers. And thanks to Dr Tim Dwyer for championing the event.  Supercar Sunday 2016   see the write up: Globe and Mail          

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