Specialty Clinics

Lab attendant doing a testSports Medicine

The Student Health Center has a Sports Medicine Clinic on site. The clinic sees students for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions, injuries and illness related to sports participation and exercise including splinting, sprains, strains, physical therapy referrals, recurring orthopedic issues, joint pain. Sports medicine requires an advance appointment, please call to schedule.

Nutrition

The Student Health Center offers nutritional therapy for nutrition related conditions or disease with our Registered Dietitian. This may include diabetes, heart disease, obesity, or eating disorders, among others. Appointments include assessment, counseling, and education. Nutrition requires an advance appointment, please call to schedule.

Instructions for the 3 Day Meal and Snack Record

Write as neatly as you can and do your best to write down everything that you eat and drink, even if you get up at night. You will bring this record to your first visit with the dietician. Record the following details when writing your record.

  • Time: Write down when food and drinks are consumed. Each day begins at midnight. Write down your food and beverages right when you consume them so you don't forget.
  • Place: Write down where the food and drinks are consumed; at home, in the care, at work, at a restaurant, at a friend's house or party, at a movie or sporting event, at school, etc.
  • Amount Eaten: Record liquid intake in fluid ounces, cups, or tablespoons. For solid foods, record the weight (grams or ounces), volume (cups or tablespoons), or standard servings (slice of bread, small apple, etc.). Please use standard measuring cups or spoons. You can also use a small food scale if you have one. The approximate size of ta piece of food can also be useful. For example, when estimating meat portions, a 3-ounce serving is about the size of a deck of cards.

Psychiatry

The Student Health Center offers services to address mental health concerns of our students.

These conditions may include, but are not limited to:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Relationship issues
  • Stress management
  • Life and developmental issues
  • Eating disorders
  • Bipolar disorder

Psychiatry requires an advance appointment, please call to schedule.

The Student Health Center has a dermatologist on staff to see patients once a week. The dermatologist can provide treatment and screening for a variety of skin conditions. To be seen by the dermatologist you must first be seen and referred by one of our primary care providers.

Dermatology

The Student Health Center has a dermatologist on staff to see patients once a week. The dermatologist can provide treatment and screening for a variety of skin conditions. To be seen by the dermatologist you must first be seen and referred by one of our primary care providers.


If you have questions, just give us a call.