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Sport Med Doctor Team Panel

Submitted by Kennedy on Tue, 08/30/2016 - 9:41am

Our Sport Medicine Doctors

Dr. P. Wiley, MPE, PD, CCFP, Dip Sport Med

Dr. Preston Wiley is the past Director of the Sport Medicine Centre and the current Associate Dean, Research, for the Faculty of Kinesiology.  He runs a general sport medicine practice, which includes testing for Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome. He teaches two courses on Sport Medicine for the Faculty of Kinesiology and is the Associate Dean Graduate.  His research interests are in diagnosis and management of overuse and degenerative injury, particularly tendinopathy and knee osteoarthritis.  He is actively involved in Rugby coaching locally and is a member of the World Rugby Medicine, Science and Research Committee.

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Dr. V. Lun, MSc, MD, CCFP, Dip Sport Med

Dr.Lun has been a Sport and Exercise Physician since 2009. His clinical practice is referral based sports medicine. Other appointments include academic positions with the University of Calgary as well as team physician for several sports teams (see below).

Academic appointments:  

  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine.  
  • Interim Director of the Enhanced Skills Sport and Exercise Residency Program. 
  • Clinical Research:  Exercise medicine, knee osteoarthritis, sport injury, and sport nutrition.  

Sports Teams

  • Team physician: University of Calgary Dino’s Football team and Canadian National Long Track Speed Skating, Men’s Waterpolo, and Men’s Artistic Gymnastics teams.
  • Canadian Sport Institute Calgary consulting physician.
  • Health and Science Team member for the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic Games and the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games.

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Dr. T. Trinh, MD. CCFP, Dip Sport Med

Dr Trevor Trinh obtained a Honours degree in Cellular Molecular and Microbial Biology at the University of Calgary and later completed his Medical School training at the University of Alberta. He returned home to Calgary to complete his Family Medicine Residency, and Sport and Exercise Medicine Fellowship Programs. He currently practices as a Family Doctor at the University of Calgary and is the Sport Medicine Physician for varsity level athletes at the University of Calgary. For sporting event medical coverage, he has provided medical care for the CIS Varsity Football, Hockey, Rugby, National/Can West Wresting, Mount Royal University Hockey, National and Worlds for Short and Long track Speed skating, Rodeo, Cirque Du Soleil performers in Amaluna and Kurios and the 2014 Ironman World Championships.

Outside of work, Dr. Trinh enjoys weight training, martial arts, dragon boating, volleyball, hiking and spending time with his family.

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Dr.. K. MacGregor, MD, CCFP, Dip Sport Med

Dr. Katie MacGregor, originally from Ottawa, Ontario, is a University of Calgary trained Sports medicine physician. She is currently working at the University Sports Medicine centre in sports medicine and is the clinical Lead for the new Acute Sport Concussion Clinic ( ASSC).

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Dr. W.H. Meeuwisse, MPE, MD, PhD,
Dip Sport Med

Dr. Meeuwisse is a Professor and physician at the University of Calgary Sport Medicine Centre in the Faculty of Kinesiology and a member of UofC’s Hotchkiss Brain Institute.

He is engaged in research on sport health screening, risk analysis and injury prevention.  He is Co-Chair of the Sport Injury Prevention Research Centre in the Faculty of Kinesiology at the University of Calgary, which is one of 9 international members of the International Olympic Committee Medical Research Network.  He is a founding member of the Concussion in Sport Group and Co-Chaired the 4th International Consensus Conference on Concussion in Sport. 

His clinical responsibilities range from recreational to elite athletes.  He is the Co-Chair of the National Hockey League NHL/NHLPA Joint Health and Safety Committee.  He currently serves as a Senior Associate Editor of the British Journal of Sports Medicine-Injury Prevention and Health Protection.

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Dr. K. Brett, BSc, MD, CCFP (SEM),
Dip Sport Med (CASEM)

Dr. Brett began his career as a medical officer in the Canadian Forces including service with the United Nations in the former Yugoslavia. He has been practicing sport and exercise medicine for 20 years and has been a team physician for the Calgary Flames, the Calgary Hitmen and the Calgary Cannons. He has also traveled internationally with Hockey Canada and the Canadian Men’s Rugby team as well as covering amateur sporting events in his home town of Calgary. Dr. Brett has a special interest in childhood physical activity and has been actively promoting healthy lifestyles for children for two decades. His practice involves the diagnosis and management of acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries in patients of all ages and athletic abilities. He has also completed a certificate program as a personal fitness trainer.

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Dr. M.C. Robinson, MD, CCFP, Dip Sport Med

Dr. Marcus Robinson is a sports physician with experience treating both elite and recreational athletes. He is a staff physician for the Calgary Stampeders and the Calgary Roughnecks, and was a team doctor for Team Canada at the Universiade games in Shanghai in 2011.

Recent Publications: "Ear Injuries in the Athlete", Marcus Robinson and Anthony Luke, Contemporary Pediatric and Adolescent Sports Medicine, January 2016.

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Dr. P. Demong, BSc, BA, MD, CCFP,
Dip Sport Med

Dr. Demong graduated from medical school at the University of Calgary in 2004, and went on to family medicine residency at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. She returned to Calgary and worked as a family physician before doing her sport medicine training at the University of Calgary Sport Medicine Centre. She attained her Canadian Sport and Exercise Medicine (CASEM) certification in 2011 and has practiced at the University of Calgary since.

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