Physical Health Resources
University Health Service (UHS)
Performing Arts Injury Clinic
The MedSport Team is made up of orthopaedic surgeons, sports medicine, pediatric specialists, physician assistants, physical therapists and assistants and athletic trainers.
Call 877-877-9333 to make an appointment.
Performing Artist Rehabilitation Medicine and Therapy Program
If you are experiencing performance related injuries, MPerform has physicians and therapists who will provide individualized evaluations and treatment sessions. They will also teach you preventative strategies and overall fitness improvement methods.
There are physical therapy and occupational therapy clinics located in Canton and Ann Arbor. Call 734-998-7888 for the Briarwood location.
Vocal Health Center
Vocalists and actors are at a greater risk for developing voice disorders. At the Multidisciplinary Clinic for Professional and Occupational Voice Users, a team of laryngologists, speech pathologists, and faculty/staff of the School of Music, Theater, and Dance can help properly diagnose and provide the right treatment.
Call 734-936-8051 to make an appointment.
Students who are currently enrolled in one or more credits have free access to Rec Sports facilities that include the North Campus Recreation Building (NCRB), the Central Campus Recreation Building (CCRB), the Intramural Sports Building (IMSB) located on Hoover Avenue, and the Sports Coliseum located on Hill Street and Fifth Avenue. There is also an Outdoor Adventures Rental Center that rents out affordable outdoor and recreational equipment to students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
There are several outdoor facilities equipped with outdoor artificial turf fields for football and soccer, sand volleyball courts, softball fields, and open field areas. Elbel Field is at the corner of South Division and Hill, Mitchell Field is on Fuller between North and Medical campuses, Palmer Field is on Washtenaw in front of the CCRB, and the Radrick Challenge Program located on Dixboro Road has indoor meeting areas and outdoor picnic areas that are ideal for group outings, conferences, retreats, reunions, and birthday parties.
Kinesiology Community Classes
The U-M kinesiology department offers activity classes throughout the year. Enrolled students have the option of registering for swimming, tennis, and swim conditioning courses for credit.
If you are a student with children, the department also offers activity classes called KidSport for $20 per session.
Call 734-647-2708 for more information.