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College of Health and Human Services

College of Health and Human Services

UNH Community Testing Program

The Exercise Science program offers Community Testing services conducted by faculty and graduate students in the Exercise Physiology Laboratory. Some of the fee-for-assessment evaluations include blood lipid analysis, body composition analysis, submaximal and maximal graded exercise tests, and anaerobic threshold (lactic acid) testing. A complete list of services and prices are listed on the website. Student and group rates are available.

How To Access:

To make an appointment, please call the Kinesiology Office at 862-1854.

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UNH Employee Fitness Program

The UNH Employee Fitness Program (EFP) is housed in the Field House overlooking the main gym floor on the UNH-Durham campus and is approximately 3,600 square feet in size.  A wide variety of state-of-the-art aerobic, strength, balance exercise training equipment is available.  Graduate and Undergraduate Exercise Science students are actively engaged in this program under the guidance of a faculty member.  All EFP participants undergo extensive testing that culminates in an exercise prescription followed by personal training.  Recruitment for this Program is during the Fa

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Peripheral Artery Disease Exercise Prgoram

The Peripheral Artery Disease Exercise Program is for individuals with a clinical diagnosis of peripheral artery disease (PAD). It is for anyone with this condition who wishes to improve overall health and well-being through exercise and education about lifestyle modification for the improvement of symptoms usually felt with normal activities of daily living. Exercise testing and prescriptions are developed and monitored according to a research-proven PAD exercise protocol and the individual’s needs and goals.

Cardiac Rehabilitation and Prevention Program

The Cardiac Rehabilitation and  Prevention Program is an exercise program for cardiac patients. It is for anyone with coronary artery disease (CAD) or CAD risk factors who wish to improve overall health and well-being. Exercise testing and prescriptions are developed and monitored according to an individual's needs and goals. Each session costs $5.

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Speech-Language-Hearing Center

The UNH Speech-Language-Hearing Center provides evaluation and treatment to individuals of all ages who demonstrate a variety of communication concerns and differences.

How To Access:

To schedule an evaluation or treatment, contact Amy Plante, the Speech-Language-Hearing Center Coordinator to schedule an appointment at (603) 862.2546, or by e-mail (amy.plante@unh.edu)

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The Marriage and Family Therapy Center

The Marriage and Family Therapy Center provides assistance to individuals, couples, and families experiencing a wide range of personal or relationship problems.The Center uses a sliding fee scale.Counseling is available to faculty, staff, adjunct employees, students and community members.

How To Access:

To make an appointment, call the intake coordinator at 862-2134.

Flu Clinic

Each year, the seasonal flu makes its way to campus resulting in missed days of work and classes. This virus spreads rapidly among students because of close living conditions, lowered resistance, stress, etc., and campus communities have the potential to face significant epidemics each winter.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that the seasonal flu vaccine is the single most effective method for preventing the seasonal flu.

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Caregiver Guidebook

This guidebook is intended to be used by caregivers or by individuals who wish to plan and prepare for their future as they age.

How to Access:

Visit the online guidebook. For more questions, please email cacl.chhs@unh.edu.

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