Public Clinics

The School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences runs several clinics throughout the year, offering a quality health service to the community and educational experiences for students to gain clinical competency. 

The following clinics are currently being run at the School:

 

[image]UQ Centre for Exercise and Healthy Brain Ageing
Exploring the effect of exercise on cognitive function in older adults. Join our study to help identify the ‘sweet spot’ for exercise and memory. How much is enough? How much is too little? Find out more.
[image]UQ Nutrition and Dietetics Practice
UQ Nutrition and Dietetics Practice offers a full range of professional and affordable Nutrition and Dietetics services to the general public as well as students and staff at UQ.
[image]Exercise Clinic for Men and Women with Previous Diagnosis of Cancer
Free health assessments and exercise sessions available for prostate cancer survivors.
[image]Exercise Intervention for people with Musculoskeletal injuries and conditions
Students undertaking a degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology need willing participants for a 6 week exercise program as an academic requirement before commencing their external placements.