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Conditions You Can Go To Our Walk-In Clinic For

At some point in your life, you’ll probably suffer an injury that’s completely unexpected. To get treatment, you have to go to the emergency room (ER), right? The truth is, there are many types of urgent care facilities out there that not only save you hours of your precious time, but money as well.

At Alpha Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, our team is dedicated to helping you get back on your feet after an injury. Our team of skilled orthopedic surgeons evaluate you in our walk in clinic, and get you the treatment you need to feel back to normal.

What is a walk in clinic?

Gone are the days where an unexpected injury means hours upon hours in a crowded ER. Injuries usually happen at the most inconvenient of times, making it hard sometimes to get the treatment you so desperately need.

So how is it possible to get injury treatment without having to wait in a busy ER? Walk-in orthopedic clinics are popping up all over, making it much easier to get fast and efficient treatment for many different types of injuries.

Our walk-in clinic provides many of the same services that the ER provides, without the waiting times and crowds. Some of the services we offer include:

Our walk-in clinic is staffed with skilled physicians assistants, along with some of our board-certified orthopedic surgeons. The clinic is a fast and efficient way to get your minor injuries treated so you can get back to your normal life.

Conditions we treat

Our walk-in clinic is a great way for you to get fast treatment for your orthopedic injuries. However, the clinic does have its limitations. But our providers do treat a large number of orthopedic issues, including:

We also treat a lot of sports related injuries, such as rotator cuff injuries and dislocations of your knee. These problems all usually require immediate care, to ensure there isn’t any further damage to the bones and tissues in the injured area.

If you find yourself with an orthopedic condition that isn’t in need of urgent care, you can see one of our skilled orthopedic doctors during a scheduled appointment time.

The many benefits of a clinic

Our orthopedic walk-in clinic has a myriad of benefits to you when an injury strikes. Not only does our clinic get you the fast and efficient treatment you need, it provides other advantages as well, including:

Our team also fits you for any assistive devices you may need at the time of your visit to help in the healing process. Getting immediate treatment for your sports injury is imperative to a successful and easy recovery.

If you need treatment for a minor injury, call our team at Alpha Orthopedics and Sports Medicine at one of our three convenient locations to schedule a consultation, or find us online to set up an appointment today.

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