Dr. Josh Mayich MD, FRCSC
Foot and Ankle and Orthopaedic Surgery
Dr Mayich has moved to a new location.
Dr. Mayich, born in Nova Scotia, completed his undergraduate training (BSc) at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He then completed his medical undergraduate training (MD) at the University of Western Ontario (London, ON). He then successfully trained as an orthopaedic surgeon at Queen’s University (Kingston, ON). Following this, Dr. Mayich Completed his subspecialty fellowship-training in orthopaedic foot and ankle surgery at the University of Toronto. (Toronto, ON) During this time Dr. Mayich also successfully completed a Master’s Degree (MSc) in the medical sciences, which had a focus on ankle and hindfoot biomechanics; gait analysis and post-traumatic osteoarthritis of the ankle.
Throughout Dr. Mayich’s medical career he has actively conducted and published award-winning research around orthopaedic foot and ankle and trauma surgery. His continuing areas of research interest are:
- Post traumatic conditions of the foot and ankle
- Diabetic foot and ankle care
- Traumatic injuries of the foot and ankle
- Innovative and cost-effective approaches to the surgical and non-surgical care of foot and ankle conditions.
Dr. Mayich is an active and certified Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) instructor I and maintains an active clinical and research interest in orthopaedic trauma care.
Dr. Mayich remains actively involved in administration/committees at the local, (Horizon Heath) and international level. (American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society)
Dr. Mayich is currently a fellow of surgical ethics under Dr. Martin McKneely (The Joint Centre of Bioethics – the University of Toronto). His focus of research and study includes: (1) the ethics of surgical innovation; (2) Resource allocation ethics; (3) Conflict of interest in orthopaedic Surgery.
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