The Orillia Kings Junior B Lacrosse Team and Sports Medicine are proud to partner together in order to help keep the Kings' players on the field, in the game and winning championships.

The Kings have set the standard of care at its highest level by partnering with Sports Medicine. Sports Medicine will be providing a physiotherapist, NICK WHITE for Orillia Kings' practices and games. If injuries occur, Sports Medicine provides quick access to their Sports Medicine doctors, treatment in their clinics and Trainers Choice bracing. If a player is off for an extended period of time with an injury, Sports Medicine provides reconditioning to return players back to play at their highest level quickly and safely.


Nick graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology from Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario and a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the European School of Physiotherapy in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

While studying physiotherapy in Amsterdam, Nick worked with elite amateur rugby, soccer and ice hockey teams as their on-field trainer. In these roles, Nick acquired valuable experience with on-field assessment and rehabilitation of injuries from acute stages, back to game performance.

Sports Medicine is the official clinic to the Barrie Royals Basketball, Barrie Soccer Club, OHL Barrie Colts and is an Olympic Athlete Treatment facility. For the past 33 years, they have provided emergency care for every high school rugby and football game in our region and is visible at Orillia Community and charity events.