Community Health is a public health peer education program that focuses on supporting and improving CU students’ well-being. Our philosophy encompasses perspectives in privilege, oppression, health disparities, and social justice.
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The Musculoskeletal Injury Clinic (MSK) provides screenings by licensed physical therapists for minor injuries and overuse syndromes on a walk-in basis during fall and spring semesters. Learn injury prevention techniques and strategies so you can perform your best! No appointment or referral necessary. A service of the Sports Medicine department. Free for students. (Staff/Faculty can visit the MSK Clinic for $20)
For current MSK hours click here 303-492-6280
We offer free basic consultations with a registered dietitian for CU students for nutrition-related concerns ranging from diabetes/hypoglycemia to disordered eating, food allergies, healthy weight gain or loss, sports nutrition and more.
What to expect:
You will complete a short questionnaire about your eating habits and your general health. The dietitian will review your questionnaire, answer your questions and provide recommendations, resources, and referrals as needed.
When & Where:
During the academic year: Wednesdays, 2PM - 6PM, no appointment necessary (first-come, first-served)
Rec Center, Wellness Suite