What is Sport Medicine?
Sport Medicine combines general medical principles with the techniques of sport science to help anyone, of any age, remain active. The therapies developed for athletes can readily be applied to anyone with joint and muscle pain.
Sport Medicine also integrates the expertise of a team of therapists to help you recover from injury and get “back in your game”.
What is our goal?
Who makes up our team?
Who can benefit from our services?
Anyone whose ability to function is affected by pain, stiffness or muscle spasm resulting from:
What services do we offer?
Is it necessary to have a referral to see us?
NO. However if you have an extended insurance plan, which covers therapy, you may need a referral from a physician.
What is the method of payment?
Assessment and treatment by physicians are covered by OHIP. Coverage for the therapy services is available through Extended Health Plans, WSIB and Motor Vehicle Accident Insurance. Our staff will assist you with any questions regarding coverage.
When is the Centre Open?
Monday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
For additional information or to make an appointment please call.
Tel: (705) 444-5303
Fax: (705) 444-0723
Cranberry Mews, Unit 105 - 10 Keith Avenue, Collingwood, Ontario L9Y 0W5
Sport Medicine Doctor, Dr. John Bowman was a family practitioner and now specializes in sport medicine. He is a fitness and sport enthusiast and has a diploma in Sport Medicine from the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine. He is certified by the Society of Orthopedic Medicine of Great Britain and has expertise in injection therapy. He is also a member of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine.
Our services include:
• Medical Assessment & Treatment
• Chiropractic Therapy
• Massage Therapy
• Athletic Therapy
• Exercise Therapy
• Orthotics & Bracing
• Spinal Decompression
Who can benefit
Who can benefit from our services? Anyone whose ability to function has been affected by:
• Sport and recreational activities
• Wear and tear in joints and muscles
• Neck and lower back pain
• Accidents in the home or workplace
• Motor vehicle accidents
Our Goals Is:
• To assess and treat injuries in a timely manner
• To initiate an early active rehabilitation program
• To establish injury prevention programs