Diploma of Sport Medicine through CASEM
- Must have an unrestricted license in Canada and be actively practicing in Canada
- The primary care physician must be a member in good standing with the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine and Exercise Medicine (CASEM) and the Saskatchewan Academy of Sport Medicine (SASM)
- Other specialists, certified as FRCPC or FRSCS do not require a CASEM diploma
- Should have experience working with high performance athletes
- Must have valid liability insurance
- Sport First Aid Workshops
- Sport Taping Workshops
- Sport Medicine Education Sessions
- Injury Prevention (Warm up/Cool down, Stretching, Flexibility, Biomechanics, Screening)
- Injury Assessment & Recognition
- Emergency Action Plan
- Injury Care of Common Injuries
- Injury Care of Life Threatening Injuries
- Return to Sport following an Injury
- Medical Coverage at Sporting Events
- Concussion Education
Updated as of July 2020
NOTE: Doctors can be any of the following practicing professionals. (information taken from the professional’s National web site)
- CASEM (Diploma) – A licensed Physician who possesses the Diploma in Sport Medicine issued through the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine and Exercise Medicine (CASEM). Within Canada, the diploma is a necessary credential to call oneself a Sport Medicine physician.
- CASEM Member – A licensed Physician who does not possess the Diploma in Sport Medicine, but is a member of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine and Exercise Medicine and has a specific interest in the field of sports injuries/sciences.
Non diploma members / consultants can only provide medical coverage at events and initial injury assessments.
Referrals from family physicians are required to see all CASEM diploma members / consultants for an initial injury assessment.
The following is a list of Physicians who have indicated they wish to be Consultants for the SMSCS.