The University of Lynchburg Community Health Center (ULCHC) is a student-run clinic. We provide free physical therapy services to people of the greater Lynchburg area who are uninsured, underinsured, or whose benefits have been exhausted.
Our Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students offer cutting-edge, evidence-based , high-quality therapy to patients in a collaborative, supportive environment. Our goal: to increase the health, function, and quality of life of the individuals in our community.
Students work under the supervision of faculty who are licensed physical therapists. We also have community partnerships with local clinicians.
Are you in pain? We can help. At the ULCHC, students provide a number of treatments and services, including:
- Physical therapy for
- Bone and joint injuries
- Neck and back pain
- Balance problems
- Injury prevention
- After surgery
- After stroke
- General education on health and wellness
Since 2012, the ULCHC has provided approximately $130,000 in free physical therapy services to members of the Lynchburg community.