News: December 2018

The BC Sports Hall of Fame revealed its 2019 Induction Class at an official Announcement Day press conference at BC Place on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. The 2019 Induction Class features five athletes, three builder-coaches, one team, one pioneer, one media member and one W.A.C. Bennett award winner. The 2019 Induction Class includes: Athlete Emily Brydon - Skiing Roy Gerela – Football Kelly McCallum – Rugby Daniel Sedin – Ice Hockey Henrik Sedin – Ice Hockey Builder-Coach Darlene Currie - Basketball Ken Holland – Ice Hockey Tony Waiters – Soccer Team...
What is a Sport and Exercise Medicine Physician? Sports Medicine doctors have special expertise in sports injuries but also in exercise medicine. A Fellowship Trained Sports Medicine Physician has completed one to two years of additional training through an accredited Fellowship Program and has passed a National Board exam to earn a Diploma in Sports Medicine. Many Fellowship programs require fellows to complete a Masters of Science in addition to their speciality training in Sports Medicine. Sports Medicine doctors can help with the diagnosis and the non surgical management of injury. 90% of...
Chances are if you’ve spent much time in the world of sports, you’ve heard the phrases, “I’ve got terrible ankles,” “I sprained my ankle again,” or my personal favourite, “oh it’s just an ankle sprain.” Have you ever wondered how one of the most common injuries in sport has come to be, or why they rarely seem to be taken seriously? To better understand injuries around the ankle, it’s important to understand the anatomy of the area and what makes the ankle so injury prone. In the foot and ankle, there are 26 bones, plus the two...