Education & Training
We are actively involved in undergraduate training, postgraduate training as well as participating in fellowship training. Members of our division are involved in teaching at the U of T. Students at all levels spend time rotating throughout the department.
Undergraduate training in Rehabilitation Medicine at Sunnybrook is offered through electives at the University of Toronto and other US and Canadian medical schools. We offer and supervise ASCM training and DOCH-2 projects provided by our members, and host student visitors from other countries. As well, year 4 students have the opportunity to spend time in general and specialty clinics.
University of Toronto has a recognized Physiatry residency training in Prosthetics and Orthotics.
- Family Practice residents commonly rotate in clinics as part of their core sports medicine clinic.
- Occupational medicine residents spend time at Sunnybrook learning how to improve their MSK diagnosis and management skills.
- Neurology residents spend time in EMG and nerve conduction not only with physiatry but also neurology.
- Rheumatology residents often rotate in foot clinics with Physiatry.
- Geriatric residents have requested time and education about our specialty.
- Orthopaedic residents and staff often send patients for evaluation.
We offer fellowships in acquired brain injury and spinal cord injury, featuring a co-operative learning environment with Toronto Rehabilitation Institute and St. John's Rehabilitation.
Monthly fully accredited rounds with a variety of topics and speakers are available and open to all interested staff.
Location and contact
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation division
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
2075 Bayview Avenue,
U-wing, ground floor, room UG 25
Toronto, ON M4N 3M5
Dr. David Berbrayer