Finding a Sports Medicine Clinic is not a difficult task; they seem to be popping up on all corners in Oakville and Mississauga. The real challenge is finding a “goodSports Medicine Clinic that offers expertise across a number of disciplines from well-educated therapists. A number of individuals seeking care admit that their criteria while doing a Google search for a clinic consist of which one is closest to home/work and the cheapest. Neither of these options are good ways to start your health care. If you want to see great results, you need to do some research and put a bit of effort into finding the right clinic and therapist for you.

What to look for in a Sports Medicine Clinic and Therapist


Have the therapists completed advanced training and are they committed to providing the most up-to-date and effective treatment options?

At Sheddon Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine (SPSC), we currently have an FCAMPT physiotherapist and several other physiotherapists on their way to obtaining the FCAMPT designation. Physiotherapists who are Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) have undergone internationally recognized post-graduate training in orthopaedic manual and manipulative therapy. In addition, the therapists at SPSC have undergone extensive training in concussion rehabilitation, acupuncture and several other manual therapy courses. To find out more about each individual therapist at SPSC, click here.

Time in the community

Has the clinic been around for a long time or is it brand new?

SPSC has been well established in the Oakville community for over 10 years. As such, we have connections with family doctors, teams and organizations, as our long history in the community speaks volumes for our success as a clinic.

Level of Therapists:

Therapists have the opportunity to complete extensive post-graduate education in a variety of specialized areas. Ma