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One Stop, High-quality Orthopedic Urgent Care Specialists
With Direct Orthopedic Care, better known as DOC, there are no long hours wasted in urgent care. The average DOC visit is only 60 minutes compared to an industry average of 135 minutes. You get urgent care over 2 times faster when coming to DOC.
Our orthopedic-specific urgent care clinic locations are open 7 days a week. We accept walk-ins with no appointment required. For even faster service call to schedule an appointment.
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. In many cases, DOC can be up to 80% less expensive for the same procedure than other urgent care centers.
Urgent Care Locations in Dallas, Austin, and OKC.
DOC has a network of conveniently located orthopedic urgent care clinics with Board-certified, Fellowship trained surgeons and specialists to serve all your urgent care needs in Dallas, Austin, and OKC.
Fast & Cost-effective Urgent Care
When you need orthopedic urgent care you can rely on DOC to provide the highest quality care, best pricing, and convenient locations throughout Dallas, Austin, and OK.
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.
DOC physical therapists are highly educated, licensed healthcare professionals who help guests reduce pain and improve or restore mobility, sometimes without surgery or the need for prescription medications.
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