Dr. Wes Clayden completed his undergraduate and medical degrees at the University of British Columbia before attending the University of Toronto for his family medicine residency. He then completed a Fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine through Western University at the Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic and received his Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine from the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine in 2013. Dr. Clayden has worked as Team Physician for the Canada Basketball Junior Men’s National Team, including at the 2017 FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup. He has also provided medical coverage for the National Ballet of Canada, National Basketball League, Western University varsity teams and the ISU World Figure Skating Championships. He has worked across Canada and in New Zealand and currently lives in Collingwood, Ontario, where he practices rural family and primary care sports medicine, serves as contracted physician with the Canadian Armed Forces and works as an orthopedic surgical assistant. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor (Adjunct) in the Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University, is actively involved in teaching medical students and residents through the Rural Ontario Medical Program, has lectured at primary sports medicine conferences and for the CASTED:Primary Care course, and is a medical editor of sportmedschool.com. He is an ex-varsity golfer and also enjoys hiking, snowboarding, basketball, baseball, squash and weight training. He is proud to call Georgian Bay home with his wife Krissy, daughter Ellison, and dog Bondi.