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Our Instant Care service offers same day office visits for urgent musculoskeletal and sports medicine conditions. If you walk-in on a normal clinic day before 4pm, you will be seen the same day. We offer much greater musculoskeletal and sports medicine expertise than most standard urgent care and emergency offices. With onsite x-ray, ultrasound, casting and bracing, and the ability to suture skin lacerations, if you've suffered a musculoskeletal or sports medicine injury, we can effectively diagnose your condition and start treatment the same day.

Some of the conditions we treat

  • Closed fractures, with no bone coming through the skin
  • Concussions
  • Foot & ankle injuries
  • Knee, hip & thigh injuries
  • Painful, swollen, or injured joints
  • Shoulder, arm, elbow, wrist & hand injuries
  • Sports-related injuries
  • Sprains & strains (pulled muscles, sprained tendons & ligaments)
  • Sudden joint, limb, or back pain
  • Work related injuries and workers comp

Some of the conditions we don't treat

  • Chest injuries or chest pain
  • Illnesses (colds and flus)
  • Open fractures, where the bone is coming through the skin
  • Partial or full amputations
  • Stomach or belly pain

Open hours

Our Instant Care service is available any day our clinic is open, closed on holidays and weekends. We encourage you to call us at 602-606-8949 to verify before coming in.

Insurance and charges

We take many insurance plans. If we are in-network with your insurance company, in most cases you will pay a standard office visit copay. Your insurance may require a referral which you can obtain from your primary care provider. If you do not have insurance, we have affordable treatment options. Payment is due at the time of service.

Policy on opioid medication

Depending on your injury and condition, we may prescribe or administer medication to treat your pain. We do not provide prescriptions for opioid medications at our clinic.

  • American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons
  • AOSSM-American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • Midwestern University