Dr. Cathy J. Campbell is a Preventive Health Physician and Sports Medicine Physician at Cleveland Clinic Canada and her specialty interests are in Preventative Medicine and Musculoskeletal/sports medicine. In her role, she provides comprehensive health assessments for Executive Health Program patients, and examines and treats musculoskeletal health issues for Sports Health patients.
Dr. Campbell has an extensive background in sports medicine and family medicine with years of clinical excellence in the United States and Canada. Dr. Campbell is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto. She was also the Team Physician for the London 2012 Olympic bronze-medal and 2011 PanAmerican Games gold medal winning Canadian Women’s Soccer Team. She has travelled with the team on over 50 trips since 2000 when she first was asked to join the squad. Dr. Campbell was also a member of an elite group of specialists selected by the Canadian Olympic Committee and the Vancouver Organizing Committee to support our Canadian athletes during the XXI Olympic Winter Games inVancouver, British Columbia. Highly respected in the field of sports, Dr. Campbell is the Medical Officer and Doping Control Officer for FIFA, The Fédération Internationale de Football Association.
Born and raised in Halifax, Dr. Campbell completed her Bachelor of Physical Education degree at Dalhousie University. Following her passion for sports, she earned her Master of Sciences degree in Exercise Physiology at McMaster University, and competed and coached athletes in Track and Field for a decade in provincial, national and international levels. Dr. Campbell earned her Doctor of Medicine degree from McMaster University and completed her residency training at the University of British Columbia. During her tenure at the institutions, Dr Campbell received the following awards and honours:
Her Professional Memberships/Accreditations include: