UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY SPORT MEDICINE CENTRE

 

 

Our team is committed to providing a safe health care environment for all staff and visitors. While most public health restrictions will be lifting, masking will continue to be required at the Sport Medicine Centre for all staff, physicians and allied health providers, as well as requested of all visitors.  

Patients and visitors will continue to be screened at the time of booking, time of appointment reminder and time of arrival in the clinic for any symptoms or travel history. All staff will continue to follow heightened infection control and prevention measures and physical distancing to ensure the safety of patients and staff. 

Please do not attend your appointment at the Sport Medicine Centre if one or more of the following apply:

  • You are not feeling well.
  • You have been in close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or who has flu-like symptoms.
  • You have travelled outside of the country in the past 14 days.
  • You have been required to isolate. 

If any of these above scenarios apply to you, and you have an upcoming appointment within the 14-day time frame, please call us at 403-220-8518 and we will be happy to reschedule your service to a later date. Our health care providers may also be able to offer you a virtual appointment if you are unable to attend.

Please check back for updated information related to Sport Medicine Centre programs and services as the situation evolves.

Sport Medicine Centre

UCalgary Sport Medicine Centre

The Sport Medicine Centre has been at the hub of evidence-based research and clinical practice since becoming established in the Faculty of Kinesiology at the University of Calgary during the 1988 Winter Olympic Games. 

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Sport Medicine Services

The UCalgary Sport Medicine Centre provides integrated care for elite and recreational athletes on campus and in the community. Our multidisciplinary team of health professionals can assist you with a wide range of issues ranging from new to old injuries, nutrition advice, surgical consultations.

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Speciality Clinics

The UCalgary Sport Medicine Centre has developed several speciality clinics that include the Acute Knee Injury Clinic, the Acute Sport Concussion Clinic and the Knee Osteoarthritis Clinic. These clinics were developed to help patients with specific injuries to access timely and appropriate care.

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Research

The UCalgary Sport Medicine Centre has conducted and been in involved in research projects both in the past and present. These research projects have been crucial to the development of the speciality clinics and to improving clinic practices for patient care.


Contact Us

Sport Medicine Physicians:  403-220-8518

Physiotherapy:  403-220-8232

Orthopedic Surgeons:  403-220-5077

Fax:  403-282-6170

University of Calgary Sport Medicine Centre
376 Collegiate Blvd NW
Calgary, AB T2N1A4

Parking:

Parking Lot 16 (in yellow) is adjacent to the Sport Medicine Centre. Visitors must pay for hourly parking through the parking meters located at each ends of the lot.

Daily parking is also available in Lot 10 & 11 (in blue) on the map. The daily parking fee is $8 paid at the meters located within the lots.

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