TSU is First HBCU to Open Student-Run Physical, Occupational Therapy ClinicAugust 30, 2019 |
by Sammy G. Allen
This week marks a historic first for Tennessee State University as it becomes the first historically Black college or university to open a student-run physical and occupational therapy clinic.
The clinic, which is part of the College of Health Sciences, opens Aug. 30 and is located in the basement of Clement Hall on the main campus.
It will mainly handle cases such as knee injuries, shoulder pain and lower back pain. The more serious cases will be referred out to local clinics.