UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex
Opened August 2015, the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex is not only a comprehensive outpatient facility for UPMC Sports Medicine,but is also the primary training home for the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins®.
This first-of-its-kind facility features 185,000 square feet of total space, with 54,000 square feet dedicated to UPMC Sports Medicine’s orthopaedic, primary care, physical therapy, concussion, imaging, and sports performance services.
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This facility is not just a building, but a destination for athletes of all ages and skill levels seeking cutting-edge injury prevention, treatment, and sports performance services from experts in sports medicine.
Our experts specialize in the treatment and prevention of
sports-related injuries and offer sophisticated training programs to
improve every aspect of athletic performance including:
Pittsburgh Penguins Training Facility
Named after Pittsburgh Penguins owner and legend Mario Lemieux, the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex is the team's new practice and training home. It features two full-size ice rinks, training and locker rooms, a video viewing area, executive offices, and much more.
In addition, a common area is available to the public and includes a 1,500 square-foot hockey skills training area, open skating availability, eight community locker rooms, two private event spaces, an on-site cafe', retail shops, and much more.
The UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex will not only be a great place to bring your family. It will be the place to develop world-class hockey players and athletes of all kinds.
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