Missouri State University

Missouri State Physical Therapy Clinic

 

MSU Physical Therapy Clinic

a best buy for university faculty & staff!

 

Using on-campus clinics creates a cost-savings for faculty/staff and their dependents.

You may ask your referring physician to let you receive care here on campus, where

- it’s  more convenient -

- as an MSU employee, you can come while “on the clock," -

-  the fees are less than half the average charges around town -

- your $800 deductible has been waived -

For example, a patient referred to us for back pain would usually require six visits.  Their total charge would be about $610.00.  Currently, if that patient hasn’t met their deductible, the entire charge will be out-of-pocket.  However, after January 1st, the total charge to the patient will be only $122.00, saving them $488.00.  Additionally, MSU PT charges are already less than half the average physical therapy charges for the Springfield metropolitan area.

This is a wonderful bonus for MSU employees and we’re excited for the opportunity to better and more economically serve you and your family.  Please call if you have any questions!

Marie Sellers, Office Manager

417-836-3070

 

 

The Physical Therapy Clinic on the Missouri State University campus provides specialty care and rehabilitation services for spine and joint injuries as well as other neuromusculoskeletal complaints. Equipped with the latest technology and staffed by a team of experienced physical therapists, the Clinic offers progressive care and gentle guidance toward recovery.

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Located in the heart of Springfield Missouri, at the corner of Kimbrough and Cherry, the Clinic offers convenient on-campus services, including evaluations, assessments and specialty services to students, faculty, staff, as well as area residents and businesses. Patients enjoy dedicated front-door parking and the clinic accepts most insurance plans.

 The Missouri State P.T. Clinic specializes in posture assessment and spine reshaping programs that help spine pain patients recover more rapidly and more completely from injury and disability.

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     Joint care is promoted with the latest treatment techniques and joint rehabilitation is achieved and monitored using the latest technology.

 

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 Balance and vestibular problems are assessed and treated by skilled clinicians using specialized tests and special testing equipment that reveal information not otherwise available to physical therapists and doctors.

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PT faculty members use skills and concepts taught to their students in the classroom to treat patients, including children and athletes, in the clinic. 

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 Faculty Physical Therapists use objective assessment tools and techniques to evaluate and correct working conditions and working postures. Students, faculty and staff learn how to study and work more safely, more comfortably and more effectively.

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For an appointment or for more information call: 417-836-3070