- Sport & Exercise Medicine Specialist
- Canadian Academy of Sport & Exercise Medicine Diploma Certificate
- GP Focused Practice in Sports Medicine, Ministry of Health and Longterm Care
- Lecturer, Department of Family & Community Medicine, University of Toronto
- Mindfulness, Meditation & Movement Educator
Dr. Sarah Kim has been practicing as a certified Sport & Exercise Medicine physician since 2006. She received her Doctor of Medicine degree at McMaster University in 2003 and subsequently completed her Residency in Family Medicine at the University of Toronto in 2005. Following this, she specialized in Sport & Exercise Medicine at the University of Toronto, obtaining her Fellowship Certification in 2006. Dr. Kim holds her Diploma in Sport & Exercise Medicine with the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine. She is also recognized by the Canadian College of Family Physicians and under the Ministry of Health and Longterm Care as a GP Focused Practitioner in Sports & Exercise Medicine.
As the former Head Physician for the National Women’s Teams at Canada Basketball, Dr. Kim has extensive field experience in event coverage and traveled internationally for ten years representing Canada with the National Women’s Basketball Teams. She is also a regarded educator as a Lecturer for the Department of Family & Community Medicine at the University of Toronto. She is regularly involved in Medical Education for learners at all levels and in the Professional Development of her medical colleagues.
Complementary to her Sports & Exercise Medicine expertise, Dr. Kim is a certified yoga instructor and mindfulness meditation and movement educator. She has a creative practice in Contemporary Dance, with a focus as an Aerial Artist, but integrates hip hop, the Axis Syllabus, and various martial arts as part of her movement research.
Dr. Kim also commutes by bicycle year-round in all kinds of weather and is a core member of Doctors For Safe Cycling.
INJURIES & CONDITIONS WE SEE:
- Neck Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Elbow Pain
- Back Pain
- Nerve Pain
- SIJ Dysfunction
- Sports Hernias
- Ankle and Foot Pain
- Muscle Strain
- Muscle Imbalances
- Pre and Post Surgical
- Stress Fractures
- Joint Dislocations
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Repetitive Strain Injuries
- Calcific Tendonitis
- AND MANY MORE…