Taryn Taylor, BKin, MSc, MD, CCFP, Dip Sport Med
Dr. Taylor graduated with a degree in Kinesiology and a Masters in Sports Medicine from the University of Western Ontario. She then completed her residency in family medicine in 2004 in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa. She currently practices in Ottawa at the Carleton Sport Medicine Clinic, the Med-Team Walk-in Clinic, and she assists Dr. Andrew Marshall (Orthopaedic Surgeon) in the operating room at the “Hôpital Montfort”.
Dr. Taylor is an associate professor and clinical professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa and runs a Musculoskeletal Teaching Clinic for the family medicine residents at the Primrose Family Medicine Clinic. She is also actively involved as a tutor and member of the faculty for the fellowship program PGY3 in sports medicine at the University of Ottawa.
Dr. Taylor has a special interest in research and is currently an advisor in research projects for the residents at Bruyère Family Medicine Centre. She is working on a research project which aims to identify whether physical exercise is one of the best ways to cure type 2 diabetes.
- Chronic exertional compartment syndrome