Dr. Eugene Maida, Physician
Dr. Eugene Maida
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Assessor Backgrounds & Experience
Dr. Eugene Maida is a duly qualified physician licensed to practice medicine in the provinces of Ontario and Alberta.
He is currently an Assistant Clinical professor under the division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in the Department of Medicine at McMaster University.
Dr. Maida’s practice includes:
- Musculoskeletal Physical Medicine
- Interventional Pain Management (fluoroscopic and ultrasound guided)
- Chronic Pain Management
- Sports Medicine
He is currently a consultant sports medicine physician at the David Bradley Sport Medicine and Rehabilitation Centre at McMaster University and consultant physician at the Michael G. DeGroote Pain Clinic at McMaster University Medical Centre.
Dr. Maida obtained his Honors Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology at McMaster University. Prior to initiating residency, he completed a Sports Medicine Research Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota. He then completed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at McMaster University in 2018 and subspecialty training in Pain Medicine under the Department of Anesthesia in 2020.
Dr. Maida has also received a Diploma in Sports & Exercise Medicine through the Canadian Academy of Sports & Exercise Medicine (CASEM) in 2016 and has been granted diplomate status with Advanced Credentialing in Interventional Chronic Pain Medicine by the Canadian Academy of Pain Management (CAPM) in 2020.
Dr. Maida has worked with the McMaster University varsity soccer and football teams, Canadian Junior National Basketball Team (NEDA) and is currently a team physician with the Hamilton Tiger Cats (CFL).