2780 E Barnett Rd #200, Medford, OR 97504
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If you’ve suffered an injury like a sprain, strain, or broken bone, you can get prompt orthopedic care without going to the emergency room. Southern Oregon Orthopedics offers an orthopedic walk-in clinic in Medford, Oregon, where fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons provide urgent care to people of all ages. If you have a non-emergency injury, call ahead or walk in without an appointment for orthopedic treatment today.
An orthopedic walk-in clinic offers easy access to specialized care. The team at Southern Oregon Orthopedics prioritizes the health and safety of their community. They provide safe and accessible orthopedic urgent care to help you avoid a trip to the emergency room.
The facility is fully equipped with everything needed to diagnose and treat a wide range of orthopedic injuries. There is an on-site X-ray suite and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner for diagnostic purposes as well as an expert team of orthopedic surgeons available to treat you. If you need follow-up care like physical therapy, they also provide those services on site.
The surgeons at Southern Oregon Orthopedics provide fast and convenient treatment for many conditions, including:
A fracture, or broken bone, usually causes severe pain immediately after the injury that causes it. If the fracture involves an open wound or a bone that pierces the skin, you need to go to the emergency room right away. For most other fractures, you can walk in to the orthopedic clinic.
A sprain occurs when a ligament stretches and tears. A strain is when the same thing happens to a muscle or tendon. Sprains and strains can cause similar symptoms as fractures, so it’s important to get an accurate diagnosis at the orthopedic walk-in clinic.
A dislocation is when a joint moves out of place. This typically causes immediate pain and an obvious deformity. The team at Southern Oregon Orthopedics can move your joint back into its proper position and fit you for a brace or sling to help support the injured joint.
Other injuries that may need urgent orthopedic care include joint pain, tendon injuries, acute back and neck pain, and sports injuries.
The walk-in clinic at Southern Oregon Orthopedics offers many benefits.
First of all, you avoid the crowded waiting room and possible exposure to diseases that a trip to the ER would entail. You can also expect a reduced out-of-pocket cost when you go to the walk-in clinic instead of the hospital.
It happens in an instant. It’s that winced one-legged hop after a tough interaction on the soccer field, the unpleasant roll of an ankle when walking a trail, or a painful shoulder grab after a powerful volley on the court…