The Marquette University Physical Therapy Clinic is a full-service physical therapy and rehabilitation clinic open to the public. The clinic offers the expertise of specialty-trained, licensed physical therapists and evidence-based care backed by the latest research and experts from our nationally ranked academic program.
A July 2022 report from the World Health Organization showed approximately 1.71 billion people have musculoskeletal conditions worldwide primarily due to the aging population. While patients who need care should absolutely talk with their provider about the options to minimize pain, they need to understand the therapies available to them.
One such option is physical therapy. Marquette is fortunate to have an on-site Physical Therapy Clinic. It’s a high-quality community resource, but it is especially convenient and cost-effective for employees and their family members. In most cases, an MD referral is not needed for PT.
If you need physical therapy treatment now or in the future, consider using Marquette’s facility for quality care at a reasonable cost.
Additional areas that the PT clinic can assist with include:
- TMJ or TMD issues
- Chronic pain disorders
- Pelvic health and perinatal care
- Office ergonomics
- Physical therapy is covered by UMR and other insurance companies.
For members of the CPHP, receiving physical therapy care at Marquette’s Physical Therapy Clinic is covered at 100%. For members of the AHDHP and EHDHP plans, physical therapy services at Marquette’s Physical Therapy Clinic are applied to the deductible. Once the deductible is met, all future services at the Marquette Physical Therapy Clinic for the remainder of the year are covered at 100%.
Please note: Some exceptions apply such as X-rays and other services outside the scope of therapy.
The clinic is located in Cramer Hall, at 604 N. 16th St., Room 215. Call for an appointment: (414) 288-1400.