Dr. Randy Bahadur

Sports Medicine Physician

Randy Bahadur


  • BSc (Kin) MBBS CCFP(SEM) Dip Sports Med (CASEM)
  • Found & Medical Director – The Armoury Sports Medicine and Performance Clinic
  • Team Physician – Kitchener Rangers, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Wilfrid Laurier University
  • Assistant Clinical Professor, McMaster University
  • Adjunct Professor, Western University

Medical Director - The Armoury Clinic

Randy was born and raised in Kitchener. He had a keen interest in all sports growing up, and has specialized in non operative sports medicine to help athletes strive to reach their goals. He also treats those with arthritis and general bone, muscle and joint pain.

He is currently one of the sport medicine  physicians for the Kitchener Rangers.

He completed his Fellowship in Sport and Exercise Medicine through McMaster University in 2012, and a CASEM member. He completed his family medicine residency also through McMaster University.

He is affiliated with McMaster University Department of Family medicine as a Clinical Assistant Professor (Adjunct). He teaches medical students clinical skills for their musculoskeletal medicine block. He also teaches family medicine residents sports medicine at The Armoury.

His work experience includes being the current team physician for Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo. He has traveled internationally with members of Canada Senior Women’s Basketball team and was a lead medical at the PanAm Games in Toronto in 2015.

He enjoys playing sports, spending time with his family and supporting Arsenal FC.


  • Current team doctor: Kitchener Rangers, Hamilton Tigers Cats, WLU varsity
  • Team doctor for Canada Women’s National Basketball team for two years, attending games in China, Brazil, Turkey and Czech Republic
  • 2015 Pan Am Games Toronto – Lead physician for martial arts
  • Pan Am Games qualifying tournaments – field hockey, judo championships and wrestling championships
  • Laurier University athlete clinics
  • Laurier University football on field coverage
  • Currently sees Olympic athletes (boxers, gymnasts), retired Canadian Football League players
  • Previous experience with Hamilton Tiger-cats on – pre-season physicals and on field game coverage
  • IAAF World Junior track and field championships in Moncton