Come relax with us! Massages for students, faculty and staff are offered by appointment Tuesdays & Wednesdays 8:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. and Thursdays 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. with licensed massage therapists. Please call 919-513-3260 for details and to schedule your appointment today. Sessions are 25 or 50 minutes and packages are available.
More information available here: Therapeutic Massage at NC State
We are renovating space to better meet the needs of students and improve the patient experience. During the summer there will be several projects that will generate dust and noise. Please let us know if there are special concerns during your visit so we can assist in making the visit more comfortable. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Just activated, Ask-the-Dietitian! To assist you in getting accurate, up-to-date nutrition information, the Student Health Services dietitian will answer questions submitted online. Please complete the survey in it’s entirety to receive a reply from the registered dietitian.
The Alcohol e-CheckUpToGo is an interactive web survey that allows you to enter information about your drinking patterns and receive feedback about your alcohol use. The assessment takes about 6-7 minutes to complete, is self-guided and gives you confidential feedback. Complete the Alcohol e-CheckUpToGo to see where you stand!
For more information click here.
To help students and families gain a better understanding about the Health Center and requirements for a successful start at NC State click here. This video highlights who we are, what services we provide and gives accurate up-to-date information to assist you in joining the Wolfpack family.
Gastroenteritis also known as stomach bug or stomach flu, is infecting campus. Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain/cramping, fever and / or headache. If you are experiencing these symptoms make an appointment online or call 919-515-7107. The virus is spread by touching contaminated surfaces or objects and then touching your mouth, eating contaminated foods or drinks, and direct contact with stool or vomit while caring for a sick person.
If you become sick, take care of yourself with:
- Medications. This may include fever reducing, anti-nausea, and/or anti-diarrhea medicines.
- Oral Rehydration. Sip only clear non caffeinated liquids, such as ginger ale, water, ice chips, sport drinks, broth soups.
- Diet. Once liquids are tolerated eat a bland diet. This would include crackers, noodles, rice, and toast, and limit dairy. Advance your diet as tolerated.
- IV Fluids, as needed. Make an appointment with Student Health for this treatment.
Prevention is key to staying well. Washing hands is the most important thing to do to prevent getting or spreading the infection. Also, decontaminate surfaces and objects, such a computer keyboards, door handles, and steering wheels.
Student Health will offers on-site gastroenterology (the branch of medicine concerned with the study and treatment of diseases of the stomach and intestines and their associated organ) appointments every Wednesday morning. Read more