Community Resources

Dental Hygiene Clinic

 Dental Hygiene Clinic

Contact/Appointments

If you would like to contact the Dental Hygiene Clinic, or schedule an appointment with us, call 523-3500 or email DentalHygiene.Clinic@nau.edu. Visit our website at http://nau.edu/CHHS/DDH/Clinic/ to check current clinic hours.

Location

We are located in Building 66, room 215 on the NAU Mountain Campus at 208 E Pine Knoll Dr. Please visit our website for directions and parking information.

What services does the clinic offer?

  • blood pressure screening
  • oral cancer screening
  • dental examination
  • periodontal assessment (evaluation for gum disease)
  • education related to oral health
  • radiographs (X-rays)
  • dental hygiene therapy (prophylaxis)
  • conservative periodontal therapy (scaling and root planing and periodontal maintenance)
  • fluoride application
  • sealants (coating to prevent decay on the chewing surfaces of teeth)
  • tooth whitening

Who can use the clinic?

Both university students and community members are welcome to use our clinic’s services.

Fees

  • $65 for Adults
  • $60 for NAU students, alumni, faculty, staff and senior citizens over the age of 65.
  • $45 for children 13 and under
  • Sealants are $5 per tooth

Who provides the services?

You will be treated by students working toward their bachelor's degree in Dental Hygiene. The undergraduate clinicians work under the direct supervision of clinical faculty licensed by the American Dental Hygiene Association (ADHA) or the American Dental Association (ADA).

Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic

 Voice Lab 

If you would like to contact or make an appointment with the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic, contact us at 928-523-8110 or shclinic@nau.edu.

Location

We are located in Building 66, Room 327 on the NAU Mountain Campus.

Click here for directions.

What services does the clinic offer?

The clinic offers you a full range of speech, language, and hearing services.

Therapy programs are designed to meet the individual needs of the client and can be provided in:

  • individual or group sessions
  • off-campus sites
    homes
    preschool
    care facilities

Who can use the clinic?

Our clinic is available for community members and students of all ages, newborn through geriatric.

Fees

Certain fees may apply when using the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic.

Who provides the services?

Services are provided by graduate student clinicians working toward their master's degrees in speech/language pathology. The graduate clinicians evaluate and treat clients under the direct supervision of clinical faculty certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

Physical Therapy Clinic

 Student with Client

Contact/Appointments

Schedule an appointment with us on Wednesdays between 9:30- 3:30 by calling 523-4092 or send an email request to NAUPTClinic@nau.edu.
Visit our website at http://nau.edu/chhs/physical-therapy/

Location

We are located on the South Campus in Building #66, room 129 on the NAU Mountain Campus at 208 E Pine Knoll Dr. Our building is located between the DuBois Center and the Rolle Activity Center, next to the large silver sculpture. Please visit our website for directions and parking information.

What services does the clinic offer?

Physical therapy evaluation and two treatment sessions to address your concerns related to pain, compromised musculoskeletal function or reduced fitness that interferes with moving comfortably and confidently through your day.

Who can use the clinic?

University students, employees and community members are all welcome to use our clinic’s services if uninsured, underinsured or otherwise financially challenged to receive physical therapy. Health care referrals are not required, but are welcome. If you self –refer to our clinic, we are happy to collaborate with your other health care providers at your request.

Fees

• No fees.
• These services are provided on a bro bono basis. Donations of dollars, goods or services to support the growth of our pro bono health care capabilities are gratefully accepted through the PT Department.

Who provides the services?

A team of two doctoral physical therapy students are directly supervised each visit by a licensed physical therapist.

Physical Therapy/Gait Research Laboratory

The Gait Research Laboratory is used for both teaching and research.  It enhances an established and successful entry-level professional physical therapy curriculum.

The research lab was created to enhance our established professional physical therapy curriculum, and has since become the premier foot research lab in the southwest.

For more information, please contact us.