Office Address: 790 Bay Street, Suit. 310, Toronto Ontario M5G 1N8
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Date of Birth: January 3, 1941 Birthplace: Brandon, Manitoba, Canada


Dr. Michael Easterbrook is a Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Toronto.
He is presently on active staff at the Toronto Western Hospital, St. Michael’s Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital, and the Mt. Sinai Hospital, and is a consultant to Sunnybrook & Women’s College Hospital and the Orthopedic and Arthritic Hospital.

Dr. Easterbrook was born in Brandon Manitoba and was raised in the Kingsway in Toronto. He put his way through the University of Toronto medical school, by working at a whaling station at Cold Harbor, at the top of Vancouver Island, in British Columbia.

After completing medical school, where he was president of the Graduating class of 1965, he did a year of residency in Neurology at the Montreal General, followed by 3 years of Ophthalmology in Toronto. A fellowship in uveitis and external disease followed at the Proctor Institute at the University of California in San Francisco.

Michael teaches ophthalmology residents 4 half days per week at the University of Toronto’s associated hospitals in downtown Toronto.

For 25 years, Dr. Easterbrook was the Eye Surgeon for the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team. From 1995-2010 Dr. Easterbrook was the consulting eye surgeon for the Toronto Raptors basketball team. At present he is the consulting surgeon for the University of Toronto varsity teams and the Toronto F. C. Soccer Team.

Over many years, he has consulted with rheumatologists and has seen many patients with specific reference to anti-malarial drugs, which have become a focus and an interest.

With Dr. Tom Pashby as a mentor, Dr. Easterbrook has been active in preventing eye injuries in sport, at both the amateur and professional levels. He is the Medical Consultant to the World Squash Association, Squash Canada, and Squash Ontario, and has consulted for the Canadian Badminton Association, the American Amateur Racquetball Association and the Canadian Standards Association. He has been active in writing standards for prevention of eye injuries in sports and lectures both nationally and internationally on his interests.

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Dr. Michael Easterbrook

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