A Sports Medicine Physician specializes in the care of musculoskeletal conditions, as well as acute injuries and illness that affects one's performance and lifestyle.
Such conditions include:
Sprains & Strains
Other Athletic illnesses
Are you in pain and waiting for elective surgery?
Due to COVID-19 the wait list for elective surgeries continues to grow. If you are suffering from joint pain and are currently waiting for joint replacement or surgery, contact our physician to discuss alternative treatment options to accommodate the increasing delay.
A corticosteroid medication that is used to relieve pain and inflammation.
A synthetically produced medication used to restore normal joint fluid and partially relieve pain in osteoarthritic joints.
PRP (Platelet-rich plasma)
A concentrated solution derived from the patients own blood that is injected back into the site of injury. To process PRP, whole blood is removed from the patient and separated into layers by centrifugation. Platelets and white blood cells are concentrated and used for tissue repair. It is expected that concentrating and activating the platelets and returning them to the patient at the site of injury may promote healing, reduce pain, improve function, limit inflammation, and stimulate cartilage regeneration.
An autologous protein solution derived from the patients own blood that is injected directly into the joint affected by osteoarthritis. Similar to PRP, nSTRIDE is processed through centrifugation of whole blood. It is combined with an additional concentrating system to further separate white blood cells and platelets that are specific in blocking the progression of osteoarthritis.
Dr. Al Getgood is an Associate Professor at the University of Western Ontario and orthopaedic surgeon and clinician scientist specialising in complex knee reconstruction at the the Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic, London, Ontario. He completed his primary medical degree at the University of Edinburgh followed by orthopaedic residency and a research Doctorate (MD) at the University of Cambridge. His fellowship training included time in London (Ontario), Banff (Alberta) and Coventry (UK).
Dr. Ryan Degen is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in athletic injuries of the hip, shoulder and knee. Originally from London, Dr. Degen completed his undergraduate degree at Western University, before leaving to attend the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine at McMaster University. He returned to Western University for his residency training in orthopedic surgery, during which he also completed a Masters of Science in Medical Biophysics.
We are an official DonJoy retailer. We carry stock on many different braces and have many different sizes.
Not sure what you need?
Why not get a custom fit!
Are you experiencing low back, knee or ankle pain?
Maybe you don't have the proper support in your footwear!
Ask us about getting a free gait scan while in the clinic and let us show you how we can help.
Gerard Buss - BUSS Financial
"I am extremely happy with the results of the nSTRIDE injections. I have been very active with walking, running and cycling since the treatment and my knees feel great. I never think about them anymore, that has made me feel very happy!
I am more confident in my stride and am able to enjoy everyday activities more without having to worry about pain limiting me, which has been refreshing.
Lida Kidde - Dentist
"I have suffered from chronic pain from moderate osteoarthritis, in my R knee for the last 4 yrs. At night , it would wake me up , and prevent me from falling back asleep, requiring pain medication. Since having the N- stride in November, I no longer have any chronic pain. It also hurts less when I walk, allowing me to walk further.
Larry Riggin - Investor
My body has been full of aches and pains specifically in my lower limbs. I am pleased to say the injection started working very well after a few days. I have been very surprised and impressed by the amount of relief it has given me. I am able to walk a flight of stairs without hesitation, or fear of pain. The best part is that it is expected to last a couple years before I am due for my next one!