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Urgent Walk-in Care for Bone, Joint and Sports Injuries

Webster Orthopedics is pleased to introduce Webster Ortho Webster Ortho Now - Urgent Care For Breaks, Aches & Sprains - A Division of Werster Orthopedics . When you have a bone, joint, or sports injury that requires prompt care, walk-in or call Webster Ortho Webster Ortho Now - Urgent Care For Breaks, Aches & Sprains - A Division of Werster Orthopedics at 1-833-WE-ORTHO You will see a specialist who has training specific to orthopedic problems like yours.

That's why there's Webster Ortho Webster Ortho Now - Urgent Care For Breaks, Aches & Sprains - A Division of Werster Orthopedics

As the area's only orthopedic specialty urgent care, we provide a level of convenience, efficiency and expertise that, until now, you could only hope for.

At a fraction of the cost of a typical ER visit.

  • Walk-In Care. No Appointment Necessary.
  • Lower Cost and Fewer Hassles. Regular office copay. No facility fee.
  • Receive Accurate and Effective Diagnosis & Treatment
  • Fast, Efficient Treatment.
  • Immediate Access to the Expertise of More Than 14 Orthopedic and Pain Specialists.
  • Onsite X-ray, High Field MRI, Casting, DME, Physical and Occupational Therapy.

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