Faculty and students of the the Bradley University Phys-Ed Doctoral program are offering free rehab to members of the community.
It's a resource for people whose health insurance may run out before they are fully rehabilitated or for people who may not be able to afford coverage at all.
The program is mutually beneficial; providing hands on experience for students, credit toward their degree and improving the quality of life for folks who have no where to turn.
There's also no age limit required.
The Physical Therapy Clinic for Fitness and Function has served people ranging from fourteen months to those in their eighties.
Clinic is held on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, throughout the entire academic year and supervised by the faculty, in case both students or patients have additional questions.
For more information about this free rehab clinic, visit Bradley University's website.