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The Jameson Crane Sports Medicine Institute is the Midwest’s largest and most advanced sports medicine facility. Conveniently located just off State Route 315 at the Ackerman Road exit, it is the­ home of innovation and discovery in helping people improve their athletic performance, recover from injury and prevent future injuries. The 116,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art complex integrates research, teaching, clinical care and performance training under one roof.
 
Our research is focused on learning what causes athletic injuries, developing preventive interventions and enhancing how we get patients back to an active lifestyle. For instance, the work in our Motion Analysis and Performance Lab is a collaborative effort between engineers, athletic trainers, physical therapists, physicians and coaches to measure how athletes move. The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Surgical Skills Lab, opening in 2019, will provide a controlled environment for evaluating the latest products, advancing technical skills outside of the operating room and exploring innovative new procedures.
At This Location

At This Location

Imaging A Department of Ohio State University Hospitals

Suite 2100
Phone: 614-366-0637
Hours: Mon.-Tues., 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
Wed.-Fri., 7 a.m.-5 p.m.

This location specializes in digital X-ray. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is slated to open October 2019.

Learn more about Ohio State's imaging services.

Sports Medicine Outpatient Surgery Center A Department of Ohio State University Hospitals

Suite 1100

Surgeries offered at this location include sports and orthopedic outpatient procedures such as ACL repairs, rotator cuff surgeries, hip arthroplasty and other procedures that don’t require an overnight hospital stay.

Motion Analysis and Performance Lab

Suite 3120

The Motion Analysis and Performance Lab conducts full-body motion analysis and neuromuscular control assessment. High-speed motion capture cameras record split-second movements, while hidden force plates embedded in the floor record the forces acting on each foot. We can record the activations of muscles during an activity with electromyography equipment, while isokinetic strength testing allows us to test muscle strength. Using these technologies, we can identify the wrist movements resulting in a service ace or service fail in tennis, torques acting on the knee that may lead to an ACL rupture, motor control deficits that may lead to back pain or strength imbalances that may lead to rotator cuff tears.

Learn more about Ohio State Sports Medicine Research Labs.

Sports Medicine Physical Therapy A Department of Ohio State University Hospitals

Suite 3000
Phone: 614-293-2385
Hours: 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Many of our physical therapists are certified clinical specialists in orthopedics and/or sports. Our physical therapy specialists treat a wide range of conditions and injuries, including:

  • Return to sport and daily activity
  • Post-surgery return to activity
  • Physical and aquatic therapy alternatives to surgery
  • Daily aches and pains
  • Activities for osteoarthritis
  • Balance deficits

Learn more about Ohio State's sports medicine services.

Sports Medicine A Department of Ohio State University Hospitals

Suite 2000
Phone: 614-293-3600
Hours: Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

If you want to improve your physical performance, recover from an injury or stay active for a lifetime, turn to the experts at Ohio State Sports Medicine. Our sports medicine physician, orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists, certified athletic trainers, sports psychologists, sports nutrition consultants and clinical research specialists provide a comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach to the prevention and treatment of sports-related injuries and illnesses.

In addition to providing care for all Ohio State Buckeye varsity athletes and other central Ohio teams, we provide clinical care for competitive and recreational athletes from routine physical exams to minimally invasive surgery to physical therapy and rehabilitation. We offer a broad range of health and wellness services, including sports nutrition, ACL prevention programming, sport psychology and specialty services for endurance athletes, golfers and performing artists.

Learn more about Ohio State's sports medicine services.

Jameson Crane Sports Medicine Institute

Our Namesake: Jameson Crane

Thirty individuals representing three generations of the Columbus-area family came together to help fuel the Jameson Crane Sports Medicine Institute at Ohio State. 

Tour of the Jameson Crane Sports Medicine Institute

The Jameson Crane Sports Medicine Institute: a single, convenient location delivering comprehensive sports medicine services for the athlete in all of us, from recreational to professional.

Directions and Parking

Directions and Parking

2835 Fred Taylor Drive Columbus, OH 43202

Recommended Parking

Free surface-lot parking in designated spaces across the service road from the building entrance, with some handicap spaces in the lot and also directly in front of the building.

2835 Fred Taylor Drive Columbus, OH 43202

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