Please continue to check our website for ongoing updates about the status of operations. Appointments will remain virtual, while in-person visits will be offered at the discretion of the treating health care provider.
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Our services are available to anyone with sport or exercise-related injuries or inquiries. Please note we are a scent free facility.
To schedule an appointment, please call the Clinic at 416-978-4678.
All new patients are required to complete a Registration Form and Health History Form. In order to speed up the registration process please download and complete these forms prior to arrival for your first visit. Returning patients need only update information that is out-of-date.
All information gathered for treatment is confidential except as required or allowed by law or to facilitate diagnosis (assessment) or treatment. You will be asked to provide written authorization for release of any information.
Private patients (i.e. patients who are not U of T students or carded athletes) require a referral from a family physician in order to schedule an appointment with a sport physician. To schedule an appointment with a therapist, a direct referral from an external physician is acceptable. The clinic fax number is 416-971-2846.
Please note that the clinic does not treat patients with workplace or motor vehicles injuries and we reserve the right to cease treatment as determined to be appropriate.
We have a strict cancellation policy outlined in our fees, and posted in the clinic. We require 24 hours notice (during business hours) for cancellation without penalty. Please note we have a cancellation mailbox available 24 hours.
University services for students with non-exercise related health care needs
St. George Campus Health and Wellness Centre 416-978-8030
Mississauga Campus Health and Counselling Centre 905-828-5255
Scarborough Campus Health and Wellness Centre 416-287-7065
Private patients with non-sport-related concerns should consult their family physician.