Jonathan Lockwood, MD, is a Sports Medicine Physician at Cleveland Clinic Canada.

Dr. Lockwood earned his Bachelor of Science, Doctor of Medicine and Family Medicine certification from the University of Toronto. He completed a master’s degree from McMaster University and his Sports and Exercise Medicine training at the University of Saskatchewan, in addition to earning a diploma from the Canadian Academy of Sports and Exercise Medicine (CASEM).

Dr. Lockwood had a former career as a professional baseball player. He played in the Seattle Mariners Minor League System from 2003-2007 and is a member of the Association of Professional Baseball Players of America. During that time, he was also a member of the Canadian National Baseball Team and competed internationally for Canada in the World Cup of Baseball and the Olympic Games in Beijing, China. He is also a member of the World Olympians Association (WOA). Dr. Lockwood hopes to apply this experience to treating athletes of all skill levels and to promote mental and physical health in athletes on and off the field.

Within the field of Sports Medicine, Dr. Lockwood has particular interest in throwing athletes and injuries of the shoulder and elbow, and in supporting athletes’ mental and physical well-being after retirement from a career in sport.

When not practicing medicine, Dr. Lockwood enjoys staying active at the gym and participating in a wide variety of recreational sports.


Fellowship, Sports and Exercise Medicine
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, SK
Residency, Family Medicine
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON
Doctor of Medicine
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON
Master of Arts
McMaster University
Hamilton, ON


  • Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine (CASEM) Diploma
  • Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Certification

Specialty Interests

  • Throwing athletes
  • Injuries to professional athletes
  • Athlete transition after retirement
  • Ultrasound-guided Injections

Professional Memberships

  • World Olympians Association
  • Association of Professional Baseball Players of America
  • Ontario Medical Association
  • Canadian Medical Association