At Orthopedic Associates, we understand that acute orthopedic injuries require immediate treatment. That’s why we offer our Injury Access Clinic at our Main Office in St. Louis on Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., and on Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., so when you sustain an injury you can receive the expert orthopedic care you need as soon as you need it.
Our Injury Access Clinic welcomes patients over 12 years old and offers a wide range of services and advanced, in-house diagnostic imaging to provide patients with an accurate diagnosis and prompt treatment for injuries that have occurred within 72 hours. Please contact our office for concerns regarding a recent surgery.
We accept most major insurances. For questions regarding insurance coverage, please call our office at (314) 714-3280.
Injury Access Clinic Hours
Walk-ins welcome or schedule your visit and wait in the comfort of your home. To schedule an appointment at our Injury Access Clinic call (314) 714-3280.
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
1050 Old Des Peres Road
St. Louis, MO 63131
If you need immediate medical assistance, please call 911.
Orthopedic Associates' Injury Access Clinic treats medical conditions that need immediate attention but are not life-threatening. Extreme orthopedic injuries, such as open fractures, deep lacerations, head trauma, excessive bleeding, or conditions coupled with life-threatening symptoms, are more effectively treated in the emergency room.
- Sprains & Strains
- Injured, Painful, or Swollen Joints
- Sports Injuries
|Injury/Condition||Orthopedic Associates' Injury Access Clinic|
|A Bone, Joint, or Muscle Injury That Occurred Within the Past Few Days||✓|
|Possible Sprained Ankle or Foot||✓|
|Possible Broken Bone||✓|
|Injury to Hand, Wrist, or Shoulder||✓|
|Animal Bites||Go to Emergency Room|
|Burns||Go to Emergency Room|
|Visible Bone/Multiple Fractures||Go to Emergency Room|
|Open or Bleeding Wounds||Go to Emergency Room|
|Head Injury/Concussion||Go to Emergency Room|
|Cuts and Wounds||Go to Emergency Room|
|Cold, Flu, Respiratory, or Stomach Issue||Go to Emergency Room|
|Limited Rashes||Go to Emergency Room|
|Work-Related Injury||Please contact your supervisor for authorization.|