Morgan and Marion Oliver

/Morgan and Marion Oliver

Morgan and Marion Oliver

By |2018-10-03T17:32:09+00:00October 3rd, 2018|

“We have had many opportunities to use various treatment facilities in and around the Toronto area and we are delighted to have finally found you. We have been well served by the professional and knowledgeable Practitioners on staff at Toronto Semi. We are confident of the protocol they use for our treatment and they ensure we know how our treatment is progressing. It is reassuring to know that all patients are under the watchful eye of the Sports Medicine Doctors who took a personal interest in our care. The facility is large and it encouraged us to work on our rehab program as much as we could. The efficient administrative staff was very helpful in accommodating the many overlapping appointments we had to schedule for the two of us who needed treatment at the same time. We highly recommend this facility for anyone who needs high quality treatment for sports related injuries.

About: Dr. Douglas Stoddard is a sports medicine physician and is the Medical Director of the Sports & Exercise Medicine Institute (SEMI). After receiving his medical degree from the University of Toronto, he trained in Australia at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra, obtaining his Master Degree in Sports Medicine. He is also a diplomat of the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine and has his focussed practice designation in Sport Medicine from the Ontario Medical Association. Dr. Stoddard is a consultant to the Canadian Military and has consulted with well over 30,000 unique patients in his career. Dr. Stoddard is constantly searching for new and promising therapies to help SEMI patients, and is responsible for developing the RegenerVate Medical Injection Therapy Program. He is the proud father of two boys, is an avid triathlete and occasional guitar player.

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