Immediate Access to Orthopedic Care
Open 7 days a week to treat all injuries…even emergency surgery!
Board-certified, fellowship trained specialists available.
One Stop, High-quality Orthopedic Urgent Care
With Direct Orthopedic Care, better known as DOC, there is no wasted time in the emergency room only to be referred to an outside orthopedic specialist. You are treated directly by our team of orthopedic surgeons, pain management physicians, and physician assistants – just like area emergency rooms refer to, only without the high cost or needless waiting.
Our orthopedic-specific urgent care facilities are open 7 days a week. We accept walk-ins with no appointment required. However, please note that scheduling an appointment in advance can help reduce your overall visit time.
At DOC, we strive to be in-network with all major insurance carriers and Medicare programs. We charge regular insurance copays free of any facility fees and accept all major credit cards as well as cash. If you're in need of immediate orthopedic assistance, consider the experts at Direct Orthopedic Care and find a location nearest you.
Compare DOC vs ER
Shorter Visit Time1
Save 80% on the same procedure
Typically, DOC guests pay a normal 'office visit' co-pay at their initial visit.
We Have Convenient Locations Near You
DOC has a network of conveniently located orthopedic urgent care clinics with board-certified surgeons and specialists to serve all your orthopedic needs.
Fast & Cost-effective Care
When you experience orthopedic pain, DOC offers the fastest, most cost-efficient orthopedic care available.
Orthopedics is a medical specialty that focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders of the musculoskeletal system: bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves.
The goal of the DOC pain management physicians and orthopedic specialists is to accurately diagnose and provide successful treatment options to relieve chronic pain and improve your life.
References:1. Prices reflect the National mean cost associated with a non-like threatening orthopedic treated at an Emergency Department. Source: Washington Post: NIH funded study: Journalisms.PLOS.org, 2013. DOC price reflects typical cost
2. Source: hospitalstats.org, Propublica.org, ER Wait Watcher, 2015