Alberta Health Services (AHS) rescinded the Use of Masks During COVID-19 Directive, effective June 19, 2023. As the Sport Medicine Centre follows the recommendations and directives of AHS, this means we also rescind the continuous masking mandate. This applies to all patients, families, and visitors as well as to all staff, volunteers, and contractors.
We respect the choice to voluntarily wear a mask in all areas and encourage those who wish to wear a mask to continue to wear one.
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.
Sport Medicine Services
The Sport Medicine Centre provides integrated care for recreational and elite athletes in the community and on campus. Our multidisciplinary team of health professionals can assist you with a wide range of issues from new to old injuries, nutrition advice, and surgical consultations.
The Sport Medicine Centre has the Acute Knee Injury Clinic, the Acute Sport Concussion Clinic, Shoulder Clinic, Acute Sport Injury Clinic and the Knee Osteoarthritis Clinic. The clinics were developed to help patients with specific injuries to access timely and appropriate care.
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.