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Sports Medicine & Physiotherapy Treatment St. Andrews Subway Station Toronto

Athletic Edge Sports Medicine (AESM) is just a few minutes’ walk from St. Andrew subway station, Toronto. Located at 173 King Street West (where University Avenue and King Street West intersect), this station was first opened in 1963 and recently upgraded between 2010 and 2012 to include wheelchair accessibility. St. Andrews station is part of the Yonge-University line and is just one stop away from Union Station.

St. Andrews station is surrounded by a number of familiar landmarks. First there is the St. Andrews Presbyterian Church on Simcoe Street (from which the station got its name). Then there is the Entertainment District, where you will find the Roy Thompson Hall, Royal Alexander Theatre, Princes of Wales Theatre, and the Bell Lightbox. East of the station you will find the Financial District and the Toronto Stock Exchange. The station is connected to these areas via a pedestrian tunnel known as “The Path.??? Landmarks located west of the station include the Canadian Broadcasting Centre, Metro Hall, and RBC Centre. These are also accessible via the Path.

Athletic Edge Sports Medicine provides a range of sports medical and physiotherapeutic services such as physiotherapy, massage therapy, chiropractic treatment, and acupuncture. Our approach to medical treatment is a holistic one that embraces both the latest cutting edge technology as well as traditional, time tested medicine. Our facilities are equipped with the latest tools to ensure that you can achieve your athletic goals. In addition to services, we also offer treatment products such as braces and orthotics.

We have highly trained staff on hand to help you find the best solution to your specific challenges. They include: sports medicine physicians, chiropractors, acupuncturists, sports psychologists, naturopathic doctors, and massage therapists.

We also have special programs for professionals involved in the performing arts, as we know that this occupation carries specific risks when performing on stage. Our qualified physicians can help you get back on stage quickly and safely. Some of the high profile clientele we have served include the cast of Legally Blonde, Queen of the Desert, Bring it On and the Book of Mormon.

Whether you are a stage performer, athlete or someone who lives an active lifestyle, we have therapeutic as well as preventative treatments that can keep you in shape or protect you from possible future injuries that can have an adverse effect on your career.

For more information or to book an appointment, check out our website at www.aesmphysiotherapytoronto.ca or give us a call 416-800-0800. Our head office is located at 121 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario Suite 1100. M5H 3T9

If you would like to visit our Downtown Head Office, you can take the following directions:

Driving from Union Station-

  • Head east on Front Street West
  • Make a u-turn
  • Turn right on university avenue
  • Then turn right onto King Street West

Walking from Union Station,

  • Head West on Front Street West towards York Street
  • Turn right onto York Street
  • Turn right onto King Street West

Commuting from Union Station,

  • Take the subway from Union Station towards Downsview
  • Get off at St. Andrews Station
  • Walk towards the York and King intersection

*Also accessible via streetcar

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