CSIO Adds New Sport Medicine Staff

Monday, January 27, 2014

Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) is pleased to welcome four (4) new staff members to its Sport Medicine team.

The CSIO Sport Medicine Team will be led by Dr. Doug Richards (Sport Medicine Physician) and Kylie Gibson (Lead, Sport Therapist). Joining Dr. Richards and Kylie as part of the CSIO Sport Medicine Team are Jon Sprenger (Athletic Therapist) and Krista McHardy (Athletic Therapist).

“This is an exciting phase in the growth of CSIO,” said CEO Debbie Low of the new hires. “We are expanding our ability to provide sport medicine service to our targeted athletes.”

“We are really excited to get this team of experts in place as we gear up for our move this summer to the new Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre,” commented Troy Taylor, Director, Sport Science and Sport Medicine at CSIO.

The new staff joins a team of sport science and sport performance experts already at CSIO including specialists in biomechanics, nutrition, physiology, mental performance and strength and conditioning.

To read the new Sport Medicine staff’s bios and the complete press release, please click here.

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