Sports Medical & Physiotherapy Treatment Union Station Toronto

Athletic Edge Sports Medicine is conveniently located close to Union Station. Union Station is in fact the busiest transport hub in Canada with 65 million passengers passing through each year via bus or railway. That’s twice the number of passengers at Pearson International Airport!

The first railway station in Toronto was a shed on Front Street (the forerunner of Union Station) and began operations on May 16, 1853. In 1858, another shed-like building was erected on the West Side of York Street (it would later be called the First Union Station). In 1866 a firm known as Great Western built its own station on the Esplande, Yonge Street. A yet larger station was built on the northeast corner of Simcoe Street and the Esplanade by the Northern Company and this became the Second Union Station. It officially opened on July 1st, 1873. The current Union Station was opened on August 6th 1927.

Union Station is accessible by the Gardener Expressway which is located between Union Station and Lake Ontario. The Go Transit often uses this route. The Fairmount Royal Hotel is located across from Union Station on Front Street, and can be accessed from the station as well as the PATH (an underground shopping mall). East of the station lies the Dominion Public Building, which came from the same era as The Fairmount Royal Hotel. Other major landmarks near the station are the Telus Tower, Hockey Hall of Fame, and Brookfield Place. The Hockey Hall of Fame would be a good place to visit if you are a sports fan. If, however, you are in need of physio therapy, you can visit us!

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. They bring a wealth of experience and make your recovery their first priority!

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. Andrew Station
  • Walk towards the York and King intersection

*Also accessible via streetcar


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