Ortho Urgent Care & Walk-Ins
Immediate access to care for sports and orthopedic injuries
When sudden bone, joint or muscle injuries occur, prompt treatment from providers who specialize in orthopedic care helps ensure the best recovery. Conveniently located inside Kansas City Orthopaedic Institute, Ortho Urgent Care provides access to highly specialized orthopedic care and sports medicine experts seven days a week when many people need urgent care access.
To contact us, call 913-319-7633.
For orthopedic injuries that do not require a trip to the emergency room*, our urgent care staff is ready to provide rapid diagnosis and treatment. As the newest addition to our uniquely comprehensive approach to orthopedic care, Ortho Urgent Care brings patients the expertise of more than 26 board-certified orthopedic physicians, as well as onsite services that include diagnostic imaging, bracing, splinting, casting and rehabilitation.
With a mission to serve our entire community, our team provides high-quality care for injuries of the foot, ankle, knee, hand, wrist, shoulder, elbow, neck and back. We treat everyday orthopedic injuries as well as sports injuries for competitive and recreational athletes:
- Broken bones (fractures)
- Sprains, strains, and other muscle or tendon injuries
- Torn ACL, torn MCL and other ligament injuries
- Muscle contusions and minor lacerations
Ortho Urgent Care is available for patients ages 12 and older. To better serve the urgent and unexpected orthopedic care needs of our community, we accept walk-ins only—no appointment necessary.
We accept most major insurance plans. Co-payment or full payment is due at time of service.
Located at 3651 College Boulevard in Leawood, Kansas, we are near I-435 and State Line Road, Ortho Urgent Care at Kansas City Orthopaedic Institute combines convenience with orthopedic expertise for patients in Leawood, Overland Park, Lenexa, Lee’s Summit and surrounding areas in the Kansas City metro.
* For concussions and all life and limb threatening injuries, please go to the nearest emergency room or call 911.