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Toronto Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine Physicians

Athletic Edge Sports Medicine’s Team of Sports Medicine Physicians

Meet the Toronto sports physicians that will help you play to your full potential:

  • Dr. Grant Lum, MD, CCFP, Dip Sport Med, Medical Director and Founder
    Grant Lum has been practicing sports medicine and performing arts medicine since 1994. He is a leading authority in the field of sports medicine, and is dedicated to learning, teaching and furthering advancements within his field. Grant is the team physician for Squash Canada, a consultant for the NHL Players’ Association, and a Lecturer at The University of Toronto, in the Faculty of Medicine. Grant is also the Medical Director of the Fitness and Lifestyle Management Program at George Brown College, where he assists in curriculum development. Grant is currently the sports medicine expert blogging for CTV News. He also contributes regularly to The Weather Network. His articles discuss the link between weather and health as well as appearing many times in print, radio and on television. He has been interviewed by: Canadian Press, The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, The Medical Post, Healthwatch Magazine, and Healthwise Magazine. He has appeared on: Life Network – Diagnosis MD, TSN – Off The Record, CTV – The Chatroom, Balance TV, The Score, and CBC News.

 

  • Dr. Nadira Rambihar – Physiatrist, Sports Medicine Physician
    Dr. Ramibhar is a physiatrist. She currently practices at West Park Hospital and is a consultant in Neuromuscular Disorders, and has subspecialty training in Electromyography and Nerve Conduction Testing. Dr. Rambihar holds her sports medicine clinic at AESM on Mondays and Wednesdays.

 

  • Dr. Adrian Le, MD, CCFP – Dr. Le earned his MD at the University of British Columbia and completed his residency at the University of Toronto in Family Medicine. Dr. Le has also trained in sports and exercise medicine at Hospital for Special Surgery (Cornell University), University of California San Francisco and Stanford University. 

    Throughout his medical training, Dr. Le has been involved in the care of elite athletes, including NCAA Division 1 football and basketball players, as well as new athletes, adolescents and weekend warriors. Dr. Le has also served as an assistant team physician for several sports teams including the Stanford Cardinal (NCAA), St. John’s Red Storm (NCAA) and Toronto Marlies (AHL). He has also served as an event physician for the New York City Marathon and the NCAA Men’s Division 1 Basketball Championship.

    Having grown up playing competitive sports, Dr. Le believes in the positive impact sports and exercise has on overall health and wellness. He joins Athletic Edge Sports Medicine to provide care to athletes of all levels, and is involved in medical education through teaching resident physicians at the University of Toronto.

Learn about our other valued AESM team members, AESM sports medicine services, or contact us today to meet your AESM team in person.

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Testimonials

Dear Dr. Grant Lum, I am writing this to you to say thank you. I appreciate your serious approach towards solving my health problem (today I came with wrist problem in your clinic). This problem has driven me into depression and feeling of helplessness since 2-3...

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- Sincerely,
Dixon

Dear Grant, As you know, I have been a client of AESM since April 2011. Thanks to you, I was able to have surgery in November to repair a badly torn rotator cuff. Since Christmas, I have been attending for treatment with Lawrence Yu three times a week. He is an...

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- Warm Regards,
Doug Cope

Dear Grant – I had been struggling with that subluxed SI pain/stiffness function for almost a year. Like a truly awful patient, I asked all my colleagues/friends to help me fix it and you did it in 15 minutes what a whole army of family, docs etc. couldn’t in...

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- Many, many, many thanks and kindest regards always,
Sabrina Akhtar

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