Tiger Community
Rehabilitation Clinic

Comprehensive Physical Rehabilitative Care


The Tiger Community Rehabilitation Clinic is a free, student-run clinic offering:

  • Outpatient Physical Therapy
  • Outpatient Occupational Therapy

We strive to serve and strengthen our local community by offering high-quality physical and occupational therapy services to students, faculty and community members to improve their ability to live and function in their daily lives. Our team of occupational and physical therapy graduate students, faculty, and volunteer licensed therapists will assess and evaluate your needs as well as create a personalized treatment plan to help you reach your goals.

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The Tiger Community Rehabilitation Clinic is unable to function without the support of licensed physical and occupational therapy volunteers. For every half day a therapist volunteers, we are able to add 4 community members in need to our schedule. We are always looking for volunteer clinical instructors to oversee, guide, and treat in our clinic.  Additionally, clinical volunteers can earn continuing education credit for their volunteer time that can be used for their licensure renewal.  

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We strive to overcome limited healthcare access experienced by those in our surrounding community. By providing quality physical and occupational therapy at no cost to our clients, we are able to help those who are underserved, uninsured and underinsured get health services that help them to function and excel in their daily lives. Our ability to provide these services is completely dependent on our ability to support ourselves through fundraisers, donations, and grant awards.  If you would like to make a tax-free donation to the Tiger Community Rehab Clinic, please click on the clinic logo to be taken to our TSU Foundation Marketplace website.

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