to timely diagnose and skillfully treat your acute or chronic orthopedic conditions
just walk-in and yes we do follow-ups
most insurances are accepted (call to verify)
affordable and very competitive direct rates
quality casting with colors options
knee and shoulder joints injections
trigger points injections
trigger finger injections
spine injections (medial branch/facet joints injections, trigger points)
bracing and splinting
lacerations repair (wounds suturing)
school sports physicals
advanced wound care
skillful non-operative fracture care for adults and children
treatment of arthritis, shoulder pain and back pain
- Regal (commercial)
- Regal (MediCal)
- Lakeside (commercial)
- Lakeside (MediCal)
- Eastland (commercial)
- Eastland (MediCal)
- Accountable (MediCal)
- Access IPA (MediCal)
- Prospect (Maverick)
- Sierra Commun.Med.Clinic (MediCal)
- BrandNew Day Univ.Care
- Central Health of California
- United HealthCare
Covered California: accepted
See the HMO/PPOs list. Call to confirm if you are covered.
See the HMOs list. Call to confirm if you are covered. Regular (straight) MediCal - not covered at this time
For not covered MediCal patients. To be seen at our practice you will need to assign to the groups we accept (HMOs list). It is relatively easy to do - just call the insurance. Make sure your PMD and the main hospital accept that group as well.
Another option for the non-covered patients will be taking advantage of our DIRECT CARE program.
We offer affordable and very competitive rates for the quality service. Our Urgent Care visit cost is a fixed fee which includes everything needed: Physician's examination, X-Rays, injection, fracture setting, casting, a brace, crutches, laceration repair. The advertised prices for "orthopedic case visit" at similar practices often don't include the charge for fracture setting, laceration repair, orthopedic appliances or other extra fees. Moreover usually at regular Urgent Cares and even ERs only "a temporary fix" will be provided meaning you will instructed to follow up with an orthopedist for the further treatment.
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