Dr. Chris Haydon
Dr Haydon completed his medical school at the University of Toronto following an undergraduate degree at the University of Western Ontario. Orthopaedic Surgery residency training at McGill University preceded a fellowship with the Insall Scott Kelly Institute in New York City. His focus is on non-operative and operative treatment of all knee conditions, from sports injuries to late reconstruction. With a particular interest in complex and revision cases, pathology will be explained and several effective treatment options will be presented.
Through affiliations with McGill University, St. Mary’s Hospital, and Hopital Lasalle, Dr. Haydon is able to provide a variety of specialized and patient specific day and in-patient services.
As a clinical lecturer with McGill University, Dr. Haydon is involved with the educating and training future generations of clinicians. Current areas of interest include ligamentous reconstruction, cartilage preservation and regeneration, primary and revision arthroplasty and trauma.
- Arthroscopic and Reconstructive Surgery of the Knee
- Non-operative management of knee pathology