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P.W.V.

By |2018-10-03T17:32:34+00:00October 3rd, 2018|

I have been a patient at your institute for approximately 3 months. I have found the facility to be first class. Of particular interest is the ability of Toronto SEMI to provide both an initial medical assessment, followed by recommended treatment, and as necessary, subsequent medical assessments. A fully equipped gymnasium with the appropriate equipment is available to support a cross-section of treatments. The facility itself is centrally located (with access by subway, bus or car) with ample free parking. The Practitioners are all licensed and certified, and take a personal interest in one\’s progress. This coupled with a friendly pair of receptionist’s rounds out the overall ambience of Toronto SEMI.

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 married and the proud father of two boys, is an avid triathlete and occasional guitar player.

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