Athletic Training Facilities
The sports medicine facilities at Iowa State University are some of the finest in collegiate athletics. Nearly all of our eight on-campus athletic training and sports medicine facilities include the latest in therapeutic modalities and injury rehabilitation equipment. In addition to on-campus facilities, athletic training students utilize Ames and Gilberthigh schools, Mary Greeley Medical Center andemergency department, McFarland Clinic, and local physical therapy clinics as clinical sites.
The Beyer Hall athletic training room is located on the lower level of the facility. It serves as the main athletic training room for women’s swimming and diving and women’s gymnastics.
The Cyclone Athletic Health Care Complex, built in 2012 and housed inside the Iowa State football facility, is open to all Iowa State athletes. It is the location of the new HydroWorx Hydrotherapy system and is equipped with the newest treatment and therapeutic exercise machines available. This athletic health care center is connected to the Bergstrom Indoor Practice Facility and Johnny Majors outdoor football fields.
The athletic training room at the Cyclone Sports Complex is the home to Cyclone women’s soccer, softball, and men’s and women’s track and field. Built in 2012, this athletic training room serves as a satellite facility for practice and game preparation for these sports.
The Forker Building athletic training room is located on the lower level of the facility. This athletic training facility serves as a satellite facility that is used on an as-needed basis, when teams practice in the Forker Building facility.
The Hilton Coliseum athletic training room is located on the lower level in the northeast corner of the building. It is the home for Cyclone women’s volleyball and also serves as a game day home for men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling, and women’s gymnastics. This athletic training room was renovated in 2011 and now houses a PolarZone therapeutic cold spa.
The athletic training room at the Lied Recreation Center was renovated and opened in the fall of 2011. It is home to Iowa State Wrestling, men’s & women’s cross country, and men’s and women’s track and field. Student athletes have access to full rehabilitation equipment, cryotherapy via a PolarZone therapeutic cold spa, and a plethora of therapeutic modalities.
The athletic training room at the Sukup Basketball Complex serves the men’s and women’s basketball teams on a daily basis. The facility includes PolarZone therapeutic cold & warm spas, state of the art modalities, a rehabilitation area, offices for athletic training staff, and areas for pre-practice taping and preparation. This facility was constructed in fall 2009.