Broken Bones

Dealing With A Fracture, Sprain, Or Break?

Don't spend your time (and life savings) at the ER.

We'll get you in and out quickly and will provide you with the care you need to get you on the path to a quick recovery.  Our primary care physicians are experienced in diagnosing and treating orthopedic injuries and we have a network of local orthopedic physicians to help direct you to the appropriate and affordable follow-up care if necessary.



Our discounted prices range from $110 - $400 depending on the severity of the injury as outlined below.

Office Visits:

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Low Complexity-$150
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Moderate Complexity - $175
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High Complexity - $190


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X-ray -  $70
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Short Arm Cast - $60
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Short Leg Cast - $80
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Ankle Splint - $50
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Knee Splint - $55


What Is A Broken Bone?

A broken bone, also known as a fracture, is a partial or complete break in the bone. It can occur as a result of a sudden impact, a fall, or an injury.

What Are The Symptoms Of A Broken Bone?

The symptoms of a broken bone may include pain, swelling, bruising, and deformity. You may also experience difficulty moving the affected body part or putting weight on it.

What Should I Do If I Think I Have A Broken Bone?

If you suspect you have a broken bone, seek medical attention immediately. Avoid moving the affected area and keep it immobilized until you can be seen by a medical professional. Give our office a call to schedule or come on in for a walk-in appointment!

How Is A Broken Bone Diagnosed?

A broken bone is usually diagnosed through imaging tests, such as X-rays, CT scans, or MRI scans.

How Are Broken Bones Treated?

Treatment for a broken bone may vary depending on the severity and location of the fracture. It may involve immobilization with a cast or brace, surgery, or a combination of both. Your healthcare provider can help determine a treatment plan that’s best for you.

How Long Does It Take For A Broken Bone To Heal?

The healing time for a broken bone varies depending on several factors, including the severity of the fracture and the age and overall health of the patient. In general, it can take several weeks to several months for a broken bone to heal completely.

What Are The Complications Of A Broken Bone?

Complications of a broken bone may include infection, nerve or blood vessel damage, and delayed healing or non-healing of the fracture.

How Can I Prevent Broken Bones?

To help prevent broken bones, you can engage in regular exercise to strengthen bones and muscles, wear protective gear when participating in sports or activities with a high risk of injury, and take steps to prevent falls, such as installing handrails and removing tripping hazards from your home.