Sports Medicine & Athletic Training Facilities

L. Gale Lemerand Center Sports Medicine Clinic

The Lemerand Center Athletic Training Clinic is the primary medical facility for Daytona State College student athletes seeking medical care for athletic injuries. It also serves as an educational facility for student athletic trainers during labs, sessions and inservices. It is located on the second floor (Room 210) of the Lemerand Center (Building 310) and is equipped with state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment. Modalities such as ultrasound, electrical stimulation, hot hydrocollator, hot/cold whirlpools, and ice packs are used to enhance athletic injury treatment and rehabilitation. Other therapeutic exercise equipment includes: exercise balls, step boxes, resistance apparatus (rubber tubing/bands, ankle weights, medicine balls), and proprioceptive tools (wobble boards, mini-trampoline, Body Blade).

The Athletic Training Clinic is very spacious, accommodating 4 treatment tables, a taping table, water cooler rack, fridge/freezer, 2 whirlpools, a computer area, and storage cabinets for medical supplies. Educational tools such as anatomy atlases and textbooks, a full size skeleton, and medically based computer software are kept in the Athletic Training Clinic and used to educate both student-athletes and athletic training students.

Soccer Sports Medicine Clinic

This new state-of-the-art facility is located in the soccer stadium. It is used primarily for the Daytona State College men’s and women’s soccer teams, and has all of the amenities needed for athletic injury prevention and care.


Baseball/Softball Sports Medicine Clinic

This is a satellite medical facility used to accommodate Daytona State College’s baseball and softball student athletes. It is located in the Baseball/Softball Field House between the two stadiums. This facility is primarily used for emergency injury assessments and injury management.