Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

The Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation has a strong clinical focus across a wide breadth of research areas. Our research spans a number of physical locations across the Greater Toronto Area.

At a systems level, we have led the development of important national guidelines around delivery of care in stroke, brain injury, and spinal cord injury. We have developed a number of Cochrane reviews addressing musculoskeletal pain and disability. We are leading an educational model called Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (Project ECHO Ontario), in which we teach primary care physicians how to best care for patients with pain and other disabilities.

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Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Research

We are continuing to make innovative research discoveries and translating that knowledge into the clinical setting, so that patients with disabilities can improve function and community participation after serious illness and injury.

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Fellowships

The Department of Medicine offers more than 100 fellowships across our affiliated hospital sites. More than five of those fellowships are through the Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Resident Resources

Where you’ll find everything from trainee schedules, manuals, learning resources and more.

Division Director

Meet the Division Director for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Awards

We celebrate our faculty members' contributions to teaching, research, mentorship, PD and more.

Our Residents

What do our PM&R residents do when they're not in clinic?