Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Orthopedic Injury

When you or a family member experiences a bone or muscle issue, such as a sprain, strain or fracture, avoid the emergency room and visit the no appointment necessary Orthopedic Injury Clinic. At the Orthopedic Injury Clinic, you will receive immediate care by orthopedic specialists, with convenient on-site x-ray, splinting and casting services. 

To better serve you, we offer two walk-in locations for urgent orthopedic care — in South County at I-55 and Butler Hill Road, and in Chesterfield at South Outer Forty Road and Timberlake Manor.

For patients ages 5 and up, we specialize in treating urgent bone and muscle injuries following sports-related and recreational activities. If you have questions about our Injury Clinic, please call us at (314) 514-1642. For some orthopedic injuries and conditions, we have same-day or next-day appointment availability. If you would like to inquire about these appointments, please call (314) 514-3500.

When to use the Orthopedic Injury Clinic: 

  • Bone, joint or muscle injury that occurred within the past few days
  • Possible sprained ankle or foot
  • Possible sprained knee 
  • Possible fracture/broken bone 
  • Strains 
  • Minor dislocations
  • Sports injury
  • Swollen joint
  • Injury to shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist
  • Back injury or pain

When to go to an ER or Urgent Care: 

  • Visible bone/multiple fractures (ER)
  • Open or bleeding wounds (ER or urgent care)
  • Cuts and wounds (ER or urgent care)
  • Head injury/concussion (ER or urgent care)
  • Animal bites (ER or urgent care)
  • Burns (ER or urgent care)
  • Cold, flu, respiratory or stomach issue (Primary care or urgent care)
  • Skin disorders/rashes (Primary care or urgent care)

Click the links below to learn more about our Injury Clinic:
Locations and Hours

Referral Pad (Health Professional Use Only)
Frequently Asked Questions

Patient Forms

Tour the Orthopedic Injury Clinic in South County
Patient Story: St. Francis County football star shines in homecoming game following injury

Questions:
(314) 514-1642

The Orthopedic Injury Clinic is not an emergency care provider or a substitute for emergency care. If there is any indication that you've suffered a serious or life-threatening injury, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room immediately.

 

Orthopedic Injury Clinic
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