NAU Physical Therapy Clinic
Thank you for your interest in the NAU Physical
This service for the NAU and
greater Flagstaff community exists as a clinical education experience for our doctoral physical therapy
Physical therapy provided by this service is intended to focus on patients with musculoskeletal complaints ( strains, sprains, aches and pains).
All physical therapy evaluation and treatment is provided by doctoral student physical therapists under the direct supervision of licensed physical therapists. LocationEligibility
Three physical therapy visitsare
provided pro bono to those who are uninsured, underinsured or otherwise financially
challenged in their access to physical therapy. Donations are gratefully accepted.Responsibility
Health care is valuable. We are
able to serve a limited volume of those who truly need physical therapy on a
pro bono basis. When you reserve your three
appointments, please intend to keep them. Please notify PT department Coordinator, John Hammond
immediately if a conflict arises so another patient may be offered your
For all three appointments,
patients should dress in loose fitting clothing that allows free movement.
Visit #1 -A student/clinician team will conduct
a medical history interview, followed by a physical examination pertinent to
the presenting musculoskeletal complaint /symptoms. Examination findings are
evaluated and explained. Treatment options to address the complaint are
discussed, agreed upon and then carried out. Two follow up visits are necessary
to provide treatment, assess response to treatment and co-create an effective
The emphasis of this clinical education
experience is for our doctoral student physical therapists is musculoskeletal
therapeutics. Accordingly the treatment offered is likely to include, but not
be limited to, manual therapy interventions, health education and therapeutic
On campus patients: Patients affiliated with NAU should park
according to their permit holder designation.
If walking from the designated parking lot presents a hardship, make
this known at the time the appointment is made.
Off campus patients: Upon
making an appointment for physical therapy, patients will be issued a parking
code. This code may be used at PARKING
KIOSKS to obtain a free pass, valid only for the day. Patient parking areas are
clearly designated in the parking lot behind the College of Health & Human Services, Building 66.
Campus Parking Map
The clinic operates Wednesdays from 9:30am until 3:30pm.
Call 928-523-4092 or email firstname.lastname@example.org