Dr Jacques Toueg
B. Sc., M.D., FRCS (c)
Dr. Jacques Toueg is an orthopedic surgeon and director of Montreal Institute for Special Surgery.
Dr. Jacques Toueg specializes in sports medicine and arthroscopic shoulder and knee surgery. He is the chief medical officer of la coupe Rogers’s Cup and the national tennis training center in Montreal. Dr. Toueg has treated numerous athletes of national teams, as well as a number of players of the National Hockey League (NHL), the Major Junior Hockey League of Quebec, the Canadian League of Football, and Professional Boxing Team. Since 2010, he co-hosts the program The Doctors, a magazine specializing in health and broadcasted on Radio-Canada.
- B. Sc. Bachelor in physiotherapy science – McGill University
- Degree in medicine (M.D) – Université de Montréal
- Specialization in orthopedic surgery — Université de Montréal
- PhD in doctoral studies (Fellowship) in sports medicine and Arthroscopic surgery –– British Columbia University
- Member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
- Member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
- Physician associated with the Tennis Roger’s Cup for over 15 years
- Chief physician in the Roger’s Cup
- Chief physician of the National Training Center of Tennis Canada of in Montreal
- Chief physician of the Major Junior Hockey League Armada of Blainville
- Physician treating numerous athletes of national teams, in addition to players of the National League of Hockey (NHL), the Major Junior Hockey League of Quebec, the Canadian League of Football and the Boxing Team.
- Orthopedist for Les Carabins de Montréal — 2002 to 2006
- Former member of the Sports Medicine Council of Quebec
- Senior Clinical Lecturer at Université de Montréal