Direct Orthopedic Care TeleHealth
Appointments 7 Nights per Week (6pm-10pm)
$50 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.

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 $50 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.