The orthopaedic sports medicine program at Women’s College Hospital is the largest in Toronto, and one of the largest in Canada. As the epicenter of the University of Toronto Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (UTOSM), the surgeons at WCH provide expert care for patients, weekend warriors and elite athletes with injuries to their knees, shoulders, hips and ankles.
Clinics & Clinical Care
University of Toronto Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Program
Dr. John Theodoropoulos
Contact: 416-586-4800 ext. 8699 | Fax: 416-586-8501
Area of Expertise: Shoulder, elbow, knee and ankle arthroscopic surgery
Dr. Jas Chahal
Contact: 416-323-6318 | Fax: 416-323-6314
Area of Expertise: ACL reconstruction, cartilage restoration, meniscus transplantation, shoulder and hip arthroscopy
Dr. Tim Dwyer
Contact: 416-323-6482 | Fax: 416-323-6483
Area of Expertise: Arthroscopic and open surgery of the shoulder, knee and hip
Dr. Danny Whelan
Contact: 416-864-6002 | Fax: 416-359-1601
Area of Expertise: ACL, multiligament knee injuries, knee dislocations, hip injuries and hip arthroscopy
Dr. Sam Park
Contact: 416-323-6362 | Fax: 416-323-6375
Area of expertise: Adult foot and ankle conditions, to include treatment of early to end-stage arthritis, deformity correction, cartilage lesions, tendon disorders, athletic injuries, factures and trauma www.utosm.com/team/sampark
Dr. Lucas Murnaghan (ON LEAVE)
Contact:416-813-4902 | Fax:416-813-6414
Area of expertise: General pediatric orthopaedics with sub-specialty in pediatric athletic injuries
Making an appointment
Patients are seen only by referral from a physician.
Referring a patient
Download and complete the patient referral form from the University of Toronto Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (UTOSM) appointments page.
Research & Trials
At WCH, UTOSM is focused on clinical trials and qualitative studies involving the knee, hip and shoulder, as well as education research. UTOSM is currently running randomized trials focused on ACL reconstruction, massive rotator cuff tears, hip arthroscopy, as well as the use of Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate (BMAC) for the treatment of shoulder osteoarthritis. UTOSM is also conducting a series of studies with regards to cartilage implantation, revision ACL reconstruction, the competency of sports medicine fellows, as well as aspects of surgical training.
At WCH, UTOSM runs one of Canada’s largest training programs for orthopaedic surgeons wishing to train in sports medicine and arthroscopy. Up to eight surgeons from Canada and across the world are undertaking fellowship training each year at WCH, allowing them to develop skills that will benefit thousands of patients. UTOSM is also the center for orthopaedic resident training in sports medicine at the University of Toronto.
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