Sports Medicine &
Ortho Triage Clinic

Northgate centre & High performance Centre

We regret to inform you that GoodHope sports medicine will be closed from April 5 till June 15th, 2021.

We will not be accepting any new referrals during this time.  We will provide telemedicine follow-ups for our existing patient panel.

Emails sent to goodhopesportsmed@gmail.com will be checked on a monthly basis.

Thank you for your understanding during this trying time

Stay safe
Dr. Shirdi Nulliah

Thank you

We have a comprehensive team approach to treating musculoskeletal pain (MSK pain) & injuries.

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of patients referred to an orthopedic surgeon do not need surgery.

The typical wait to see a surgeon is

20 weeks

Our wait time is

2-6 weeks

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We want to help you get back to your sports, work, and everyday schedule faster. We incorporate a true multidisciplinary approach to treatment involving active interaction between physiotherapists, athletic trainers and Sports Medicine physicians with the intent to maximize sport injury recovery and return to play.

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Our services include various treatments and specialized clinics.

Treatment Services

• On-site joint/soft tissue injections

• Physio/Massage/Athletic Therapy

• Sports Psychology/Pharmacy

Specialized Clinics

• women’s health physiotherapy

• concussion management

• running assessment

• recovery services

Dr. Shirdi Nulliah, a Primary Care Sports Medicine doctor, is US and Canadian Board certified in both Family and Sports Medicine.

After completing a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Maryland he returned to Canada in 2012.

He is widely experienced as a Sports Medicine specialist within Canada and the US. He is currently a consultant for the Edmonton Bone and Joint Centre (foot and ankle triage), Spine triage (NASSA), and Royal Alexander Hospital Fracture Liaison Service (Medical Lead). He has previously worked as a consultant at the Edmonton Sports Institute IMaJIN program and at the PCN Ortho triage program which focused primarily on chronic injuries and featured in Edmonton Journal (June 14,2012) as a “Program helps many patients avoid orthopedic surgery”.

Dr. Nulliah’s scope of care, on and off the sports field, includes working with many amateur and professional athletes from over 27 sports. These include team physician with the Baltimore Ravens, the University of Maryland Terrapins, UMBC, Coppin State College, Marine Corps Marathon, TriRock Triathlon and multiple high school teams. Most recently, he was the head team physician for the inaugural 2019 season for the Edmonton Stingers basketball team. He is the Medical Director for Alberta Boxing, the team physician for Canada and USA Boxing as well as an AIBA International ringside physician. He has worked with Canadian UFC events and was one of the ringside physicians for the 2015 Toronto PanAM games and 2016 Rio Olympics.

Dr. Nulliah is passionate about making positive changes in the arenas of sports medicine and sport injury treatment in Edmonton. By incorporating a true multidisciplinary approach to treatment involving active interaction between physiotherapists, athletic trainers and Sports Medicine physicians with the intent to maximize sport injury recovery and return to play. He has recently partnered with ARC/HPC/Northgate by Pivotal Physiotherapy with the hope of strengthening relationships with other healthcare professionals while launching a Training Room style setting where athletes are able to access prompt medical treatment and intervention to facilitate a best case scenario for resumption of activities.