Dr. Stamp was very active in sports growing up and had several injuries. The interactions with various health professionals kindled an interest in the health field, including working for one year as the head physiotherapist at the York University Sportmed Clinic and as a physiotherapist for the national track sprint team and men’s gymnastics team.
Dr. Stamp completed his Orthopaedic training at the University of Western Ontario, followed by an additional year of fellowship work in Shoulder and Knee surgery in Australia and in London, Ontario at the Hand and Upper Limb Center, respectively.
Professionally, Dr. Stamp’s interest is in shoulder and sports knee injuries. Personally, Dr. Stamp’s interests include playing hockey, skiing (both snow and water), biking and spending time at the gym.
Ontario Medical Association
Sports Medicine Division of the Ontario Medical Association
Canadian Medical Association
Canadian Orthopaedic Association
Guelph General Hospital Medical Staff
Surgical Quality Committee – Guelph General Hospital
Team Physician for the Guelph Storm Hockey Team & University of Guelph Varsity Teams
Honours Bachelor of Science Physiotherapy – University of Toronto, (1983)
Medical Doctor – McMaster University, (1987)
Orthopaedic Residency – University of Western Ontario, (1992)
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Orthopaedic Surgery, (1992)
Fellowship in Shoulder & Knee Surgery, University of Sydney, Australia (1993)
Fellowship in Shoulder Surgery – University of Western Ontario, (1993)