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Students

Feel healthy, safe and relaxed

September 25, 2009
By Rommel McClaney

CSU Heath Network is committed to promoting health, wellness and safety at CSU and in the surrounding community. The Health Network at LSC is also a place for students to relax.

Where student's can relax

Once you step in the door, the people working in the CSU Health Network at LSC are there to listen, help and inform. Almost halfway into the semester, you may feel like you need some place to just kickback. Perhaps you need some study help or just need to relieve some stress. The CSU Health Network offers weekly programs for all of these things and more.

Grad Student and Supervisor Brittany Janes says the goal of the Health Network is to offer students a place to relax and to promote health education. They can provide and refer quality medical and psychological care, health education, and assist CSU in health-related policy development.

What's at the Health Network?

Not only does the Health Network have a high quality massage chair but they also have a massage therapist Monday through Friday. Each therapist is specially trained, certified and is there at least 2 hours everyday. The cost of a 10 minute massage is only $5 which you can pay or charged to your student account. You can schedule an appointment but walk-ins are always welcome.

The programs offered at the Health Network are run by trained professionals who are experts in that field. The professionals include:

  • Stresspert
  • Study Skillspert
  • Sexpert
  • Nutritionist
  • Dentist (3rd Tuesday of every month)

The Network also has a Conflict Corner where students have someone to talk to and also learn about anger management and conflict resolution skills.

Best of all, it's free

Besides a slight fee for the chair massage, everything the Health Network offers is free. They have free pamphlets, hand sanitizer, protection, and even the latest H1N1 news and how to take care of yourself. The Health Network is the perfect place for anyone at CSU to enjoy a little me time and to receive free help. The Health Network is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Contact: Brittany Janes
E-mail: Bri9227@yahoo.com
Phone: (970) 491-2634