Walk right in, if you can to an orthopedic urgent care center. They are available for most types of orthopedic problems with little to no wait time. If you or someone you love sustains a non-life threatening accident, it is a convenient option. So, what types of treatment can you get at an ortho urgent care?
Similar To Primary Urgent Care Centers
An ortho urgent care is a convenient choice for any type of orthopedic issue. Accidents occur when we least expect them, like on a weekend when the doctor’s office may not be open.
You could go to your local hospital emergency room and wait for hours, but why do that when you have the option of seeing a trained orthopedic doctor at an urgent care center?
Just like primary urgent care centers, an ortho urgent care center does not require an appointment and many are open extended hours including nights, weekends, and holidays.
In many cases the treatment will be less expensive than at the hospital ER.
Types Of Injuries Treated
Most non life-threatening injuries are treated every day at an orthopedic urgent care center. They include most bone, joint, and muscle injuries.
Orthopedic specialists have state of the art equipment to perform tests and scans on the spot without you needing to be moved from place to place.
Most sports injuries can be treated at an ortho urgent care center including the following:
- Ligament and meniscus tears
- Sprains and fractures
- Workplace injuries
- Arthritis symptoms
- Injury from an automobile accident
- Joint pain
When You Want To See A Specialist
You want to see a specialist when you have a back or neck injury, a worker’s comp injury, or a painful swollen joint like your ankle, hand, wrist, hip, knee or shoulder. An ER doctor will be helpful, but why not go directly to a specialist at a convenient ortho urgent care center where you will be treated quickly.
OrthoNY Urgent Care’s Albany, Clifton Park, Saratoga Springs, and Schenectady locations offer walk-in availability, radiology service, casting availability, everything we need to diagnose and treat injuries, sprains, and strains. That’s right, no appointment is required!
For further questions, please call (518) 489-2663 today!