Facilities and Equipment

Mayo Clinic has recently built two state-of-the-art outpatient Sports Medicine Centers (SMCs) in Rochester and Minneapolis, Minnesota. The offices and facilities of the SMCs are dedicated to creating an atmosphere of clinical, research and academic excellence. The availability of two sports medicine rehabilitation centers within the Mayo Clinic system that provide standardized care enhances the ability to provide patient services to a large geographic region. Both clinics occupy more than 20,000 square feet. Eleven physical therapists, seven athletic trainers and three performance coaches provide rehabilitation services. Physician treatment rooms are housed on the same floor at each site. Five sports medicine, fellowship-trained physicians comprise the surgical team, including Aaron J. Krych, M.D., and Michael J. Stuart, M.D..

Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine is housed within the Dan Abraham Healthy Living Center (DAHLC) in Rochester and in Mayo Clinic Square in downtown Minneapolis. The DAHLC houses approximately 25,000 square feet of clinical sports medicine treatment space, which includes exam rooms, a radiology suite with access to MRI, strength and mobility training equipment, an enclosed turf field, a reception area, and open office space for staff that is in close proximity to the clinical treatment space. In addition, there is another approximately 13,000 feet of clinical sports medicine space in the Charlton Building for a total of approximately 38,000 feet of clinical treatment space in Rochester. Mayo Clinic Square comprises approximately 25,000 square feet of clinical sports medicine treatment space, which includes exam rooms, a radiology suite with access to MRI, strength and mobility training equipment, isokinetic-isometric dynamometers, an enclosed turf field, a reception area, and open office space for staff that is in close proximity to the clinical treatment space. A laboratory is located within the SMC in Minneapolis that contains approximately 2,500 square feet dedicated to the latest state-of-the art, cutting-edge technology motion capture and neuromuscular control assessment currently available.