The David L. MacIntosh Sport Medicine Clinic has re-commenced limited services in keeping with public health guidelines for physical distancing and other COVID-19 related safety protocols. Services are available to U of T students and the private sector with a sport or exercise-related injury or inquiry. Appointments will remain virtual, while in-person visits will be offered at the discretion of the treating health care provider.
The Clinic has expanded service to the larger community effective January 31, 2022. Please check back periodically for updates.
Patients will be seen by appointment only. Please call 416-978-4678 to book an appointment.
Patients must arrive on time for their appointment or wait outside the Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport until their appointment time. In inclement weather, patients can wait in the North lobby.
To ensure your visit with us is as safe as possible, please review the safety guidelines in place for in-person visits.
The David L. MacIntosh Sport Medicine Clinic has been treating sport-related injuries in the University of Toronto community for over 78 years. Our services are available to anyone with sport or exercise-related injuries or inquiries.
A comprehensive sport medicine care facility, the clinic's staff includes certified athletic therapists, sport and manual physiotherapists, sport massage therapists, sport physicians, and an orthopaedic surgeon. Each professional is committed to offering an exceptional quality of care to help you get back in action faster.
This is a teaching clinic for our professional staff. You may be seen by an undergraduate or post-graduate student in addition to the supervising clinician.
In memory of Dr. David L. MacIntosh
The sport medicine clinic at the University of Toronto is named after Dr. David L. MacIntosh, a pioneer in the orthopaedic surgery. Dr. MacIntosh had a career of over 50 years. He developed several landmark procedures that helped thousands of people with arthritis and injuries to bones and tendons. Dr. MacIntosh began to work with young athletes in the 1950's at Hart House. He was team physician for the varsity football and hockey teams for 25 years. As a teaching professor he deeply influenced three generations of medical students and surgical trainees. The clinic was renamed in honour of Dr. MacIntosh in 1990.
Donations to the clinic can be made online and through the Faculty's office of Alumni Affairs and Advancement.