Mayo Clinic plans major Sports Medicine Center expansion

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Mayo Clinic announced this morning that it plans a "major sports medicine expansion" as part of the Dan Abraham Health Living Center addition.

The 100,000-square-foot addition will include serves for "athletes of all levels in a multidisciplinary environment that can manage the entirety of our patients' needs," Sports Medicine Center co-director Dr. Edward Laskowski said in the clinic's announcement.

The new Sports Medicine Center at Dan Abraham "will contain state-of-the-art sports medicine and performance-enhancement capabilities necessary to train all levels of athletes," including a Woodway Skating Treadmill, stick-handling and shoot equipment designed to make the facility "one of the premier hockey training centers" in the United States.

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