Here is another great read pertaining to Concussion Management, which we are hosting a talk on in Okotoks on Oct 24th. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for details!
Dr.Babins has been practicing Sport and Exercise Medicine since 1994. He sees patients of all ages with all types of sports injuries and musculoskeletal pain, ranging from acute sports injuries to osteoarthritis in active people of all ages. He does not treat patients who suffer from chronic pain syndromes (these patients should be referred to a Physiatrist).
He has treated both professional athletes and weekend warriors and has been the team physician for many local professional and amateur sports teams. Dr. Babins looks forward to helping you resume your usual level of recreational sport and activities. He accepts referrals for acute sports injuries, musculoskeletal pain, joint injections, vasectomy and circumcision.
Here is the work history of Dr Babins:
B.Sc. – McGill University 1980
M.Sc. – University of Toronto 1983
M.D. – University of Calgary 1988
C.C.F.P. – University of Calgary 1990
Dip. Sport Med. – Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine 1996
F.C.F.P. – Awarded 2005
C.A.C. – Sport and Exercise Medicine – College of Family Physicians of Canada – 2015
Clinical Associate Professor – University of Calgary, Dep’t. of Family Medicine
Family Medicine Teaching Award, Department of Family Medicine, University of Calgary (1997, 2013)
Calgary Cannons Baseball Club (1998 – 2001)
Calgary Stampeders Football Club (1997 – 2001)
Calgary Hitmen Hockey Team – 2002 – present
Canada’s National Hockey Team (1994 – 2002)
Canadian Men’s World Championship Hockey Team (1996, 2000)
Canadian Men’s Olympic Hockey Team (1998)
Canadian Women’s Olympic Hockey Team (1998, 2002)
Chief Medical Officer, World Figure Skating Championships (Calgary, 2006)
Co-chairman, Medical Committee, CN Canadian Open, LPGA (Calgary, 1999)
Chief Medical Officer, Canadian Open, LPGA (Calgary, 1999, 2009, 2016)