We provide direct access care to service members on active duty status with acute pain or injuries to the musculoskeletal system. The staff provides tailored exercise instruction, hands-on manual therapies (joint manipulations, functional mobility taping, and dry needling), sports performance enhancement, and pain relieving services (heat, ice, electro-therapy). Neurologic conditions, pediatric, cardiac rehab, and postoperative procedures requiring splinting are beyond the scope of care and are not available. Active duty beneficiaries with these conditions and non-active duty beneficiaries with musculoskeletal conditions who cannot be accommodated will be sent to a physical therapy clinic off base. If you have been in an accident or have had trauma to the head or abdominal region, you must have a referral from your doctor, otherwise no referral is needed. We also provide orthotic (shoe inserts) assessment as well as injury prevention lectures and ergonomic and human factors shop visits and provide running analysis and improvement classes. Running improvement classes are offered to all Department of Defense beneficiaries, and are held every Wednesday, by appointment only, in the fitness center basketball court. You can call the Physical Therapy Clinic to enroll in the running class.