Rehab Protocols

Explore our Rehabilitation Protocols

Are you recovering from a sport or exercise-related injury? Check out our rehab protocols for various injuries and recovery:

Rehab protocols and other services are available at the David L. MacIntosh Sports Medicine Clinic for U of T students and community members 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.


Therapist assists patient with ankle injury and treatment in clinic Therapist assists patient with knee brace and treatment in clinic

Learn more about Rehab Protocols 

  • At the David L MacIntosh Sport Medicine Clinic, we believe an evidence-based active approach to rehabilitation is essential. 
  • Rehab Protocols form the basis of any recovery plan and provide a standardized instructional approach to specific exercises.
  • Please speak to your treating clinical prior to attempting any of these rehab protocols to ensure they are right for your needs. 
  • A Rehab Protocol is a set of activities or exercises that have been selected (based on research, evidence, and/or consensus) to treat a specific condition.
  • Rehab Protocols are used to form the foundation of a comprehensive rehabilitation treatment plan. 
  • Rehab Protocols work best in conjunction with guidance from a treating clinician with expertise pertaining to the injury/condition. 
  • Rehab Protocols can be updated, modified, and individualized based the specifics of the injury/condition.

Therapist assists patient with knee brace and treatment in clinic Therapist assists patient with knee brace and treatment in clinic