Wellness Services

MRU Injury & Prevention Clinic (formerly Optimal Therapy) reopening measures
On April 30, the Government of Alberta announced the
Opening Soon - Alberta's relaunch strategy which allows for community chiropractors and physiotherapists to resume providing care services in the community.  

As such, the MRU Injury & Prevention Clinic re-opened for regular physiotherapy and chiropractic appointments on May 14, 2020.  Additional services will resume as it is safe to do so.

The clinic is following the Pandemic Practice Directive of the Alberta College & Association of Chiropractors to ensure that all protective measures are in place to safeguard against the spread of COVID-19.

Going forward all patients requesting an in-person appointment will be screened at the time of booking and then again when arriving for their appointment.  Please refer to the screening questions below as well as the new clinic measures we’ve implemented to ensure your safety.

See here for more information and clinic measures being taken.


Student Counselling Services continues to serve clients.

Student Counselling Services is conducting appointments via telephone or video - see here for more information.  We are committed to providing students with ongoing care and are offering telephone and video sessions. To discuss your options or to book, change, or cancel an appointment, please call 403.440.6362 or email counselling@mtroyal.ca. Be sure to include your name and a call-back number. An administrative assistant will call you back as soon as possible.

Please note that we offer services adapted to current circumstances and there may be a delay in receiving and sending emails. If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911. If you need help now, please call 403.266.HELP (4357), which you can access 24 hours a day seven days a week, or access other off-campus resources with extended hours. 


Health Services continues to see patients.

Individuals should follow the recommendations from AHS related to COVID-19. Individuals with symptoms should not visit a physician's office without consulting Health Link at 811 first. Individuals should call to schedule Health Services for either a telephone appointment or in-person appointment at 403.440.6326

Access to the clinic for booked appointments will be through the West Gate entrance. For public please use the intercom and for students and employees please use your OneCard. 

See more information about Health Services hereHealth Services is closed daily from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. 


Weekly Student Support
Connect, receive and offer support, learn coping strategies

Share in the conversations on how you are doing, useful resources, and strategies for coping and building your resilience during this time of Covid19. We welcome your presence!

We are not able to answer questions about MRU's response or provide medical information to COVID-19.

Presented by Student Counselling Services

Monday and Thursday
1 p.m.
 - 2 p.m.

webinar (link will be live at 12:45 p.m.)
For a full list of additional webinars, please click here.

 


 

Employees - Receive timely emails with updates and information for your well-being! Register here.

Our services

Mental Health

Student counselling, mental health nurses, and physicians and psychiatrists.

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Medical

Clinic physicians and nurses.

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MRU Injury & Prevention Clinic

Chiropractors, acupuncturists, and athletic, massage and physical therapists.

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Workshops & Groups

Single-session workshops and multi-session groups.

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Campus Community Wellness

Health promotion initiatives and wellness collaborations.

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Resources

On-campus, off-campus and online resources.

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Contact us

Our FAQs answer our most commonly asked questions. If you think we've missed something or want to ask something else, please contact us.

Wellness Centre: U216
Healthy Campus Office: I151

Phone: 403.440.8877
Fax: 403.440.6262

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Mount Royal's response to the opioid crisis in Alberta

MRU Security Officers and other MRU community members are trained in the use of Naloxone in response to an opioid overdose on campus.

Wyckham Pharmacy on campus provides training and free Naloxone kits for all interested community members - also available at pharmacies province-wide.

We also offer a Harm Reduction and Naloxone Training workshop.