Fractures and dislocations are often emergency situations. For injuries to large bones and joints, especially when the bone is exposed, seek immediate medical help at a hospital emergency room. Physicians Immediate Care is here to help you with your minor fractures including:
- Broken Fingers
- Broken Toes
- Broken Nose
- Broken Hand
- Broken Ankle
- Broken Rib
- Broken Foot
For a dislocation, your doctor may recommend medications, a sling or splint, bone repositioning, and/or rehabilitation. Common dislocations we can treat include:
- Dislocated Finger
- Dislocated Shoulder
- Dislocated Kneecap
- Dislocated Jaw
For a fracture, you may receive a splint, brace, or cast to hold the fractured bone in place while it heals.
All Physicians Immediate Care clinics have x-ray capabilities and the resources to stabilize and splint broken fingers, toes, and other mild fractures. Find a location near you to get started on your path to recovery.
Is a fracture worse than a broken bone?
Fractures and broken bones are the same thing. A fracture/broken bone is any loss of continuity of the bone.
Can you go to urgent care for a broken bone or dislocation?
Yes, at Physicians Immediate care we have onsite x-ray capability to diagnose your minor broken bone or dislocation, often saving you both time and money. We are open 7 days a week, on most holidays, and have extended hours, for your convenience.
Nearest walk-in clinic for a broken bone or dislocation?
Walk into any of our clinics to be treated for your minor broken bone or a dislocated joint. All of our 50+ clinics are available to help you.
Does insurance cover this service?
Treatment for a minor broken bone or dislocation is typically covered by your health insurance plan. Costs for a patient with insurance would typically include a copay or coinsurance and deductible amounts when the deductible is not yet met. Please call the number on the back of your insurance card to verify.
How Much Does a Broken Bone Cost Without Insurance?
For patients without insurance, or who don’t wish to utilize their insurance due to high co-pay or out-of-pocket costs, we offer self-pay pricing rates at a Care Level 3. Please note that depending on the type of fracture or dislocation, additional costs may include x-rays, splints or casting, or other treatments or follow-up care.
To help keep your cost down, we cap out-of-pocket charges for a single injury at $500.00