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Orthopedics

Ogden Clinic is now offering Telemedicine

Telemedicine is an efficient way to keep your appointments from the comfort of your home.

Select providers are now using Telemedicine; Visit Telemedicine to see if your next visit can take place over video chat.


Walk-in Orthopedic Injury Clinic

Got Hurt Today? Be Seen Today by an Orthopedic Specialist

When you or a family member suffers a bone or muscle issue, like a sprain, strain or fracture, avoid an expensive visit to the emergency room and visit our new Orthopedic Injury Clinic. You will receive prompt care by an orthopedic specialist, complete with our convenient onsite X-ray, splinting and casting services.

Our Professional Center South location in Ogden now provides walk-in availability for patients on Monday – Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Specializing in Orthopedic Injuries

A standard urgent care facility is staffed by family practice providers: They are comprehensive health practitioners who handle sudden illness, infections, and several types of injuries.

Our new orthopedic injury clinic is different. This facility specializes in treating urgent bone and muscle injuries following sports-related, recreational or workplace/occupational activities. You will receive care from one of our board-certified Orthopedic or Sports Medicine providers, depending on the type of injury sustained and care needed.

When to choose the Ogden Clinic Orthopedic Injury Clinic

Some of the orthopedic and sports injuries we treat include:

  • A bone, joint or muscle injury that occurred within the past few days
  • Possible sprained ankle, foot, or knee
  • Possible fracture/ broken bone
  • Strains
  • Minor dislocations
  • Sports injury
  • Swollen joint
  • Injury to shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist
  • Back injury or pain
  • Another form of sudden or severe musculoskeletal pain

 

NOTICE:

The Orthopedic Injury Clinic is not an emergency care provider or a substitute for emergency care.?If there is any indication that you've suffered a serious or life-threatening injury, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room immediately.