Direct Orthopedic Care TeleHealth
Appointments 7 Nights per Week (6pm-10pm)
$20 per TeleHealth Visit

Learn How TeleHealth Visits Work

Direct Orthopedic Care TeleHealth

We know injuries happen after hours.

DOC's team of Board-certified orthopedic specialists have treated thousands and can give peace-of-mind answers tonight!

Our specialists can evaluate many orthopedic injuries and conditions through live, video chat (computer, tablet or smart phone).

To schedule a TeleHealth appointment, simply click on one of the buttons below.

Under Texas law, telehealth patients receiving virtual care must reside in the state of Texas.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does TeleHealth work?

  • Click on the ‘Make Your Appointment Now’’ button above
  • You will be taken to the ‘TeleHealth Portal’
  • From there, simply choose your desired appointment time from the list available
  • Fill in the basic information and we will send you a confirmation text and email. We will also send a confirmation text/email 5 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment.
  • Follow the instructions on the text/email and your DOC provider will meet you at your appointment time by video

What type of orthopedic injuries can TeleHealth see?

  • Initial assessment of any orthopedic injury or pain related to an injury.
  • For injuries that require a physical exam or imaging (X-rays, MRI, etc) , your provider will offer an expedited, in-clinic visit option if necessary.
    Note: In-clinic appointment charges are not covered by the initial TeleHealth $20 fee.
  • Follow-up visits not pertaining to fracture care (including questions about bracing & casting)
  • Post surgical care questions
  • Inspection of injection sites
  • Pre-operative appointment questions

What are the technical requirements for my computer or phone?

  • Your computer, laptop or phone must have a video camera enabled for the TeleHealth visit. Your specialist will need to see what your injury or issue is.
  • Additionally, the audio (sound) control of your device should enabled

What type of provider will I see?

DOC offers a provider team is comprised of orthopedic surgeons and orthopedic-specialty physician assistants.