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Q: Can you tape my ankle prior to my game?

A: Yes, IPC is able to provide preventative taping. In order to ensure there is enough time to be tapped prior to your game, please arrive at the IPC Clinic (located next to the conditioning room) at least 30 minutes prior to your game.
Note: No equipment or jewelry will be tapped.

Q: Should I come to IPC if I am sick or severely injured?

A: IPC staff is available for injuries that occur at the recreation activity center (RAC). If you are feeling ill or are injured, please head to the nearest urgent care or emergency room or create an appointment with student health services.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911 or head to the nearest urgent care or emergency room.

Q: Do you give out medication?

A: IPC staff does not give out medication, so be sure to bring anything you may need with you.

Q: Do you provide Physical Therapy?

A: Depending on injury severity, IPC is available to provide personalized home exercise programs for patients. If your injury requires more intensive, 1-on-1 care, we recommend Physical Therapy through Georgia Southern University Health Services.

If you have any additional questions, please feel free to call, email, or drop by during our open hours.

Contact Information:
Email: OR
Office Number: 912-478-7230

Last updated: 10/20/2021