Orthopedic Surgeons Toronto
Darrell J. Ogilvie-Harris| Orthopedic Surgeon, Toronto
University of Liverpool B.Sc. Hons. 1972 & M.B., Ch.B., Hons. 1975
University of Toronto, M.Sc. Medical Science 1977
Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, Canada, Orthopaedic Surgery 1980
SCIENTIFIC AND ACADEMIC
- M.Sc. thesis, University of Toronto 1978
- 2 text books—‘Personal Injury’, 1986 (2nd Edition 1999); ‘Arthritis Surgery’ 1999; Text book chapters, 1990, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006
- Scientific publications
- 104 Scientific papers presented nationally and internationally
- Read more about Dr. Darrell J. Ogilvie-Harris
Rick Zarnett MD, MSc, FRCS(C) | Orthopedic Surgeon, Toronto
Dr. Rick Zarnett received his Orthopaedic Surgery training at the University of Toronto. He received a Master’s degree in Medical Science from the University of Toronto. Dr. Zarnett did fellowship training in sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery with Dr. R. Jackson and Dr. D. Ogilvie-Harris and has worked with and treated professional and amateur athletes since 1990. He has previously been a member of the medical staff of the Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Team and is currently the orthopaedic surgeon for the Toronto Argonaut Football Team, York University and St. Michael’s Majors Hockey Team. He is a member of the Arthroscopy Association of North America. His clinical interests include arthroscopic surgery and knee and shoulder reconstruction.
Dr Tim Dwyer MBBS, FRACS, FRCSC | Orthopedic Surgeon | Surgery of the Knee and Shoulder
Dr Tim Dwyer graduated from medical school at the University of Queensland in Australia, in 1998. Completing orthopedic training in 2009, Dr Dwyer was staff knee and shoulder surgeon at the Gold Coast Hospital, a large teaching hospital in 2010.
Tim has fellowship training in sports medicine with Dr Darrell Ogilvie-Harris, and shoulder surgery with Dr Richard Holtby, both academic surgeons at the University of Toronto.
Dr Tim Dwyer is now practicing as a clinical associate at Women’s College Hospital and Toronto Western Hospital, operating as part of the ambulatory service at Women’s College Hospital. His surgical practice encompasses all knee and shoulder surgery, with a focus on sports medicine.
Dr Dwyer is currently undertaking a Master’s of Medical Science at the University of Toronto, with a thesis in education research. He is heavily involved in clinical research focusing on biomechanical studies and clinical outcomes in knee and shoulder surgery. Dr Dwyer is also the author of an online orthopedic textbook, www.boneschool.com.