Dr. Jacqueline Stoller is a family physician that has a special interest in sport and exercise medicine. She received her Doctor of Medicine from McMaster University after receiving an Honours Bachelor of Science undergraduate degree from York University where she majored in Kinesiology and Health Science. Dr. Stoller then went on to complete postgraduate residency training in Family Medicine followed by a fellowship in Sport and Exercise Medicine both at the University of Toronto. Dr. Stoller holds the diploma issued by the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine and has expertise in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. Over the years she has had the opportunity to provide medical coverage for many sporting events such as the University of Toronto Varsity Blues Hockey and Football Teams, the Canadian Interuniversity Sport Women’s Hockey Championship and the Mississauga Marathon. She is an avid athlete and strong believer in the adage that “Exercise is Medicine” and enjoys maintaining an active lifestyle through fitness training and sport.