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Don't wait for care

No one plans a sprain, broken bone or other orthopedic injury that needs immediate attention. But, when it happens, you can count on the orthopedic team at LewisGale Physicians to see you now. For orthopedic injuries and conditions not requiring emergency room care, turn to our orthopedic urgent care team.

Walk–ins are welcome with no appointments necessary. We’re open Monday through Friday with extended hours, as well as Saturdays until noon.

We currently offer orthopedic urgent care at the following location:

Our orthopedic urgent care team treats a wide range of injuries including:

  • Back and neck injuries (18 years old and older)
  • Broken bones
  • Foot and ankle injuries
  • Hand and wrist injuries
  • Knee injuries
  • Slips, trips, falls
  • Sports injuries
  • Sprains and strains
  • Work-related injuries

Urgent care procedures performed:

  • Casting, splinting, bracing
  • Joint and tendon sheath
  • Joint aspirations
  • Minor fracture reductions (without consciousness sedation)
  • Ordering of advanced imaging (ex. MRI, CT)
  • Trigger injections
  • X–ray imaging

Conditions not treated at our urgent care clinic:

You should seek hospital-based emergency room care for the following injuries and conditions, some of which may be life threatening or require immediate surgical intervention. These include:

  • Injuries from motor vehicle accidents
  • Head trauma
  • Multiple joint trauma
  • Emergency department follow-ups
  • Pediatric spine (younger than 18 years old)
  • Second opinions
  • Suspected rib fracture and chest trauma

What to bring to your urgent care appointment

When you or your child is injured, the important thing is to seek expert care immediately. Be sure to bring the following information with you so we can treat you quickly.

For workers' compensation cases, please bring the following information:

  • Valid photo ID
  • Location of injury on your body
  • Date of injury
  • Name and phone number of employer contact and/or case manager
  • Adjuster’s name/contact information, if available
  • Name of the workers’ compensation insurance plan used by your employer
  • Claim number, if available