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Sport Medicine Centre Now Open in Winnipeg’s Core

release by Sport Manitoba

June 22, 2011 (Winnipeg, MB) – The Sport for Life Centre (located at 145 Pacific Avenue) has been busy with excitement and activity and its brand new Sport Medicine Centre is now open to the public. This 5,226 square foot Centre is fully outfitted with state of the art equipment and will support a wide spectrum of patients. Treatment is available for all ages, all walks of life, and any injury.

The Sport Medicine Centre is a multidisciplinary clinic that offers an exceptional level of quality patient care for sport medicine and orthopedic injuries. Services offered at the Centre will be physical therapy, massage therapy, nutritional counselling, and sport psychology. The intent of the centre is to provide a full range of health services, which will also include chiropractic and athletic therapy in the near future. Patient care is always one-on-one and the clinicians will work directly with coaches, parents, doctors/surgeons, and other team members to ensure the best rehabilitation outcomes.

The completion of the Sport Medicine Centre is part of the full vision of the Sport for Life Centre being a first of its kind nationally. “The Centre is an important and unique part of completing the final phases of the Sport for Life Centre,” said Jeff Hnatiuk President and CEO for Sport Manitoba. “The Centre will enhance sport development and resources at the community and provincial level.”

About the Sport for Life Centre: A unique facility in Canada, once complete the Centre will house sport expertise, administration, training space, exercise and sport facilities, a Sport Medicine Centre, and Hall of Fame in one central location. The Centre is an 114,000 square foot renovation/build-out project being built in two phases. The first phase is finished and includes 62 Provincial Sport Organizations, a Resource Centre, education and Performance Centre, and a Sport Medicine Centre. Phase 2 will include the completion of the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame & Museum and the building of a fieldhouse featuring an indoor track, multi-purpose training area, strength and conditioning equipment, and aerobic training facilities. The Centre will provide seamless transition between training, coaching, testing, and therapy.

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