Antigravity treadmills, light therapy lasers and 3D movement analysis services are just a few of the high-tech rehabilitation gizmos for injured athletes inside Henry Ford Health System’s new and soon-to-open William Clay Ford Center for Athletic Medicine.
The three-story, $37-million sports medicine center at 690 Amsterdam in Midtown Detroit is expected to open by Oct. 15, when the center relocates from its current, smaller and less-equipped location a few blocks away at 6525 Second Ave.
The 54,000-square-foot sports medicine center is one half of the new Henry Ford-Detroit Pistons Performance Center. It is connected by a glass walkway to the other half: the Pistons’ $90-million center containing the NBA’s team’s new practice facilities and offices. That center is also set to open in October.
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