Student Run Pro Bono Clinics
Our mission is to provide quality physical therapy services to underserved and underinsured individuals in both the Bannock County and Ada County areas to enhance the educational experience of Idaho State University physical therapy students through service learning.
- Services are provided by physical therapy students currently enrolled in the entry-level doctorate of physical therapy program at Idaho State University, while under the guidance of licensed physical therapy practitioners from the local community.
- Services are facilitated primarily through donated time and resources.
- Planning of current and future operations of the clinic is provided by the student board established through ASISU.
- We share the core values of the Idaho State University Kasiska College of Health Professionals, Idaho State University, and the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).
- We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religion or religious creed, disability or handicap, sex, gender or sexual preference.
- Enhance the education of students and community members alike.
- Address physical therapy needs of the community through evaluation and provision of current evidence-based practice.
- Promote social awareness among students of key issues in the community.
- Create community partnerships.
- Promote the profession of physical therapy through advocacy, professionalism and quality service.
Our services will focus on treating physical impairments or injuries that affect an individual’s occupation, recreation, and activities of daily living. We provide comprehensive screening, evaluation, and treatment of a wide variety of injuries and conditions including, but not limited to:
- Joint Pain
- Muscle Strains
- Sports Injuries
- Range of Motion & Strength Limitations
- Balance Impairments
We offer free physical therapy services to uninsured individuals in the Bannock County & Ada County areas who are at or below 200% of the poverty line. Additional information about proof of income and eligibility can be found here:
For more information and to schedule an appointment, please contact the individual clinic.
Patient Intake Forms
Patient parking is available in the areas designated as “Clinic Parking” in the east or west lots of Garrison Hall (Building 63). Parking passes can be obtained from the student physical therapists.
Patient parking is located in the clinic’s area parking (yellow painted lines) located in front of the ISU Clinics entrance of the building which is located on the southwest side of the building facing I-84.
The ISU Pro Bono clinic is built upon the foundation of serving others and building unity in the community. The clinic relies solely on donated funds from committed local community patrons. We would like to invite you to consider donating if your situation allows, so we can continue to further make a meaningful impact on those we care for in our communities. Thank you!
|POCATELLO CLINIC DONATIONS
|MERIDIAN CLINIC DONATIONS
Volunteering licensed physical therapy practitioners are integral to bridging the gap between volunteer students and patients seeking relief. Their guidance, efforts, and time are invaluable to the clinic and community. We would like to invite you to consider volunteering your time if your situation allows, so we can continue to further make a meaningful impact on those we care for in our communities. Thank you!
For All Volunteers:Volunteer Agreement
For Pocatello Volunteers:
For Meridian Volunteers: