Banff – Orthopaedic Surgeons

Canmore – Sport Medicine

BSM Foundation

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Information on how to contact our orthopaedic, sport medicine, research and foundation offices.

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Welcome to Banff Sport Medicine

Let us introduce ourselves

Banff Sport Medicine (BSM) is a team of health care professionals whose goal is to provide world class care in sport-related musculoskeletal trauma and reconstructive surgery. The team is comprised of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Sport Medicine Physicians, Physiotherapists, Athletic Therapists, Research and Administrative Staff.

We are a teaching facility as such you may encounter a fellow or resident working with your surgeon or physician. Our fellows are fully qualified and accredited surgeons. Our fellowship training program offers these surgeons the opportunity to gain experience in sport-related musculoskeletal trauma and reconstructive surgery. We also periodically take on short-term residencies. Residents are medical trainees enrolled in a recognized specialty or sub-specialty training program accredited with one of the University of Calgary postgraduate medical education offices in Canada. Our surgeons and physicians are honored to be involved in educating new surgeons and medical students.

This website is designed for Banff Sport Medicine future and present patients to provide information about orthopaedic care. The information on this website is designed to supplement what you have been told by your orthopaedic surgeon or sport medicine physician.

The information provided on our website should not be used for the diagnosis of an injury or in lieu of medical attention.

Thank you to all of our patients and colleagues who donated photographs to our site.

Do I need to see a Surgeon?

Orthopaedic Surgery

We recommend you see a sport medicine doctor for accurate diagnosis and treatment of your injury. Treatments may include bracing, medications, cold therapy and physiotherapy.

We also recommend that you stay as active as possible by continuing with walking, hiking, cycling, swimming, going to the gym or other activities that do not flare up your injury.