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We put your health first

Washington University Orthopedics consistently ranks among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report, and combines the best in inpatient treatment, outpatient care and rehabilitation for your entire family. 

Whether you are suffering from a sports injury, degenerative arthritis or a musculoskeletal condition, we're here to help. You don't have to put off treatment — we're taking extra precautions to keep you safe during COVID-19, providing both in-person and virtual visits as options for exceptional care. 

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Care you can trust

Specialized care is important when treating orthopedic injuries and conditions. Our practice includes more than 80 orthopedic specialists. Each provider is trained to treat specific areas of the body, which means you'll receive expert care.

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Avoid the Emergency Room with the Orthopedic Injury Clinic

The Orthopedic Injury Clinic, available in West County and South County, offers same-day appointments for sprains, strains, fractures, and sports-related injuries in patients ages 5 and above. Casting, splinting, and X-ray services are available onsite.

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Washington University Living Well Center

The Washington University Living Well Center is a new and unique lifestyle medicine program dedicated to providing you with tools and resources you need to be successful in your healthy-living journey. The Living Well Center can help you improve your health for an upcoming surgery, target and a treat specific condition if you are not a candidate for surgery, enhance your quality of life during and after cancer treatment, and optimize your health to meet a specific goal, such as healthy living after having a baby or training for an athletic event.

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Ready to make a change? Schedule an appointment at the Living Well Center today: 314-514-3565

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