Physical Therapy Orthopedic Clinic

Supervised physical therapy graduate students evaluate, treat, and educate patients to improve or restore movement and function and to reduce pain.

Potential Clients

The clinic treats clients of all ages. Student clinicians provide evaluation and treatment for musculoskeletal conditions such as tendonitis, patellofemoral pain syndrome, low back and neck pain, muscle strain, ankle sprains, and carpal tunnel. Interventions are individually designed to promote maximum function.

Session Schedule

The clinic offers sessions once per week during Nazareth's fall and spring semesters. Clinicians also provide clients with home exercise plans to further physical improvement while not in therapy.

Student Clinicians

Therapy services are provided by students in the doctor of physical therapy professional program under the supervision of licensed physical therapist faculty, according to the standards of the New York State Office of the Professions.


Clients are referred to the clinic from many sources, including other clinics and clients, case managers, physicians, and social workers. Please check with the physical therapy clinic office regarding the need for physician referral.

Eligibility and Fees

The clinic offers affordable services to Nazareth students, faculty, and staff, as well as individuals who have exhausted their own health care benefits. A voluntary donation of $5 per visit is appreciated.


The orthopedic physical therapy clinic is found on the Nazareth campus in the York Wellness and Rehabilitation Institute.

Parking is convenient to the clinic and accessible.


Clinic parking spaces are located in front of the York Wellness and Rehabilitation Institute building and in G Lot at the end of the building.

You will receive a parking pass before you begin therapy or at your first session. Please make sure it's visible on your dashboard while you're parked on campus. If you receive a parking ticket, let your clinic supervisor know.

Orthopedic Clinic at Nazareth College

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The Orthopedic clinic is located in the York Wellness and Rehabilitation Institute