The Mat Lab
Students learn the hands-on skills required to evaluate and treat patients. The curriculum is typically focused on musculoskeletal skills, physical agents and therapeutic exercise.
The Plinth Lab
The Plinth Lab offers space where students can learn hands-on skills involving large-motor skills related to the evaluation and treatment of adults with acquired or degenerative diseases and/or pediatric clients.
Assistive Technology Lab
At the Assistive Technology Lab, students develop skills in designing and using assistive technologies aimed at improving a client’s independence in daily tasks at work, school, or play. Students also practice specialized skills like splinting and casting.
maurices Community Clinic
Thanks to generous support from maurices, a retail clothing chain based in Duluth, MN, the student-run educational clinic offers physical and occupational therapy services to people with little to no insurance, and to the St. Scholastica community. Care is supervised by program faculty.
The clinic offers invaluable interprofessional educational experiences. Students from St. Scholastica’s Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy, UMD’s Pharmacy program and the Lake Superior College Physical Therapy Assistant program collaborate to provide a variety of services to patients.
The clinic includes an Adult Gym, a Pediatric Gym, and an Activities for Daily Living (ADL) Suite where students learn assessment and intervention techniques for patients who require training, adaptive equipment, or assistive technology to promote independence in daily living skills, such as cooking, cleaning, dressing and hygiene.
Sensorimotor Behavior Laboratory
A combined research and academic space used for human movement data capture and analysis using several types of instrumentation and computing methods.
St. Scholastica is committed to ensuring its campuses are accessible for all students. Please reference the Center for Equal Access for assistance and more information.