Immediate recovery should be your first priority after an injury. Our walk-in orthopedic treatment center makes that a reality.
Unlike standard walk-in clinics, our trauma trained orthopedic specialists have the skills and equipment to fully treat injuries like pulled hamstrings, dislocated shoulders, and all other traumatic orthopedic injuries. We treat both sudden, traumatic athletic injuries, and chronic pain developed from overuse over time. Using state-of-the-art imaging technology, we can help you return to your active lifestyle without waiting in the ER or scheduling an appointment.
Receive specialized care from our orthopedic trauma trained specialists when you need it most. Vist our office immediately to consult with an expert and begin the pain relief/recovery process.
Our orthopedic specialists are skilled in swiftly assessing and treating breaks and fractures with splints, braces or casts.
Recover your full range of motion as quickly as possible with immediate, high-quality care after a bone injury.
We eliminate pain and swelling from muscle strains caused by sudden movements or developed over time, restoring full range of motion.
After tripping or falling, receiving dedicated treatment from an orthopedic specialist ensures you enjoy a speedy and complete recovery.
Orthopedic trauma trained specialists can stop bleeding, as well as sterilize and close the wound.
Joint aspiration removes the fluid from the space around the joint. This is done to relieve swelling, as well as obtain fluid to diagnose a joint problem.
These injections are used to ease pain and swelling of the joints. Additionally, it can be used to treat inflammation of tendons, tennis elbow, or plantar fasciitis.
Utilizing state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging equipment, we're fully prepared to treat orthopedic injuries in all major body parts, from head to toe. From athletic injuries to gym mishaps to work-related accidents, our thorough methods ensure you leave fully treated.
|Back sprain/strain||Spinal nerve impingement|
|Herniated disc||Sciatica and related pain|
|Fractured spine||Spinal cord injury|
|Other traumatic spinal injuries|
|Dislocated shoulder||Torn rotator cuff|
|Shoulder fracture||Labral tears|
|Shoulder strain||Biceps tendon tear|
|SLAP tears||Lacerated shoulder|
|Tendonitis||Cysts or bone spurs|
|Carpal Tunnel Syndrome||Wrist fractures|
|Finger fractures||Wrist sprains|
|Trigger finger||DeQuervain’s Syndrome|
|Hand lacerations||Duputryen’s Contracture|
|Wrist Flexor and Extensor Tendon Tears||Lacerations of the Wrist and Hand|
|Ligament Tears & Instability|
|Joint inflammation||Ulnar Nerve Entrapment (UCL) Injury|
|Golfer’s elbow||Tennis elbow|
|Elbow instability||Elbow contusion|
|Joint inflammation in the elbow||Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL) Injury|
|Lacerated elbow||Dislocated elbow|
|Fall injuries||Hip pain or discomfort|
|Hip bruises||Hip strains and sprains|
|Lacerated hip||Dislocated hip|
|Torn hamstring||Hip impingement|
|Torn, sprained or strained hamstrings||Knee pain or discomfort|
|Excessive knee swelling||Meniscus injuries|
|Knee sprains or strains||Runner’s knee|
|Patella injuries||Knee fractures|
|Dislocated knees||Knee bursitis|
|ACL injuries||PCL injuries|
|Foot pain and/or discomfort||Ankle pain and/or discomfort|
|Heel pain||Bruised ankle|
|Sprained ankle||Ankle instability|
|Torn Achilles tendon||Fractured ankle|
|Plantar fasciitis||Ankle fractures|