The Team

Dr. DAVID SIMON, MD, MHA, FRCSC, Dip. Sport Med.

Orthopedic Surgeon

Dr. David Simon is an orthopaedic surgeon based in Ottawa, Canada. He has subspecialty fellowship training in Sports Medicine and Upper Extremity Surgery with special emphasis on surgical techniques employing minimally invasive arthroscopic approaches to joint preservation. He also has a special interest in employing biological methods of treating musculoskeletal pathology including platelet rich plasma and emerging stem cell therapies, which he performs in the Greenbelt Family Health Team’s procedure room. He treats sports-related and degenerative disorders of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee, and ankle.Dr. Simon completed his medical and surgical training at leading Canadian universities and also possesses a Master of Health Administration degree from the prestigious Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa. He has received recognition for teaching and clinical research efforts and enjoys volunteering in developing parts of the world teaching surgical principles and pursuing humanitarian goals.Dr. Simon is actively involved in providing team physician coverage for Canadian national teams in various sports and for international competitions as well as world championships. His ultimate professional goal is to support Canadian athletes at the Olympic Games. He is an active member of several professional societies including the Canadian Orthopaedic Association, the Arthroscopy Association of North America and the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine.Away from work, Dr. Simon draws his inspiration from his beautiful wife and children. Together they all enjoy lazy afternoons at the park with their Labrador retriever, indulging in all things chocolate and exploring interesting parts of the world. An athlete himself, he trains and competes in the emerging sport of CrossFit, which combines elements of Olympic weightlifting, gymnastics and high intensity metabolic conditioning.

To request a consultation with Dr. Simon, have your doctor fax a referral 613-693-1700.

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Sport Medicine Physician

Dr. Boudreau attended the University of Moncton and obtained her BA in Science. She earned her medical degree at the University of Ottawa, and completed her family medicine residency in 2008. Dr Boudreau then worked in a busy family medicine practice for a few years, before returning to her studies in 2011. She has recently completed her Sport and Exercise Medicine fellowship through the University of Ottawa’s Enhanced Skills Program.Dr. Boudreau is a member of the Canadian Academy of Sports and Exercise Medicine. She has also been an active member of the organizing committee for the Ontario College of Family Physician’s Annual Scientific Assembly, held in Toronto, every year.Dr. Boudreau has provided medical coverage for various sporting events during her fellowship year, including varsity basketball, hockey and rugby for both the University of Ottawa and Carleton University. She has also helped with The Ottawa Race Weekend in 2011, and plans to continue medical coverage in the upcoming years.Although Dr. Boudreau has played and competed in various sports over the years, her true passion remains tennis. To request a consultation with Dr. Boudreau, please have your doctor fax a referral to 613-518-6546.



Dr. Mitchell Fox earned his medical degree at McGill University in 2009, and completed his physical medicine and rehabilitation residency in 2014 at Dalhousie University. He is a physiatrist with an interest in musculoskeletal and neurological illnesses, and aims to improve function in those patient populations.
To request a consultation with Dr. Fox, please have your doctor fax a referral form to 613-518-6546.


Sport Medicine Physician

Dr. Leroux completed her doctorate in medicine, as well as her family medicine residency program at the University of Ottawa. She has obtained her Diploma of Sports Medicine through the Canadian Academy of Sports and Exercise Medicine.

To request a consultation with Dr. Leroux, please have your doctor fax a referral form to 613-518-6546.


Sport Medicine Physician

Dr. Keith Morgan MD, CCFP(SEM), Dip. Sport Medicine is a 2016 graduate of the University of Ottawa Family Medicine/Sport Medicine residency programs. He finished the fellowship in Sport and Exercise medicine at the University of Ottawa in 2017. He is originally from Calgary but spent over 20 years in Montreal training at the National Judo Centre while competing for Canada in 4 consecutive Olympic games in the sport of Judo. He was one of Canada’s most successful Judo athletes and was inducted into the Alberta Sport Hall of Fame in 2015.  While in Montreal, he also completed his undergraduate degree at McGill University in Anatomy and Cell Biology. He graduated from Ross University School of Medicine with highest honors before returning to Canada to complete residency. He currently lives in Ottawa with his wife and 3 children.

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To request a consultation with Dr. Morgan, please have your doctor fax a referral form to 613-518-6546.


Sport Medicine Physician

Dr. Adam Gruszczynski is a graduate of Queen’s University Medical School. Since completing his Family Medicine residency and Fellowship in Sport Medicine at the University of Ottawa in 2014, he has been working in various clinics in the Ottawa area. He treats all types of physical and sport injuries including concussions. In his spare time, Dr. Gruszczynski likes to run, play guitar and is an amateur photographer.

To request a consultation with Dr. Gruszczynski, please have your doctor fax a referral form to 613-728-2563.


Sports Medicine Physician

Dr. Christopher Weber has been practicing Sport & Exercise Medicine for over 30 years, with a focus on lifelong activity, injury prevention and athletic performance. He believes that “movement is medicine”, whether you are an elite competitive athlete, or a senior citizen trying to keep arthritis at bay. Dr. Weber uses regenerative medicine solutions (platelet rich plasma, viscosupplementation) as well as corticosteroids, bracing and exercise therapy for the treatment of muscle, skeletal & joint conditions. He has advanced training in ultrasound-guided joint and tendon injections.
Dr. Weber enjoys an active lifestyle, having practically grown up on cross-country skis. He is also an avid marathon canoe paddler, beekeeper and gardener.

To request a consultation with Dr. Weber, please have your physician fax a referral to 613-518-6546.