Orthopedic Injury Clinic Patient Forms

 

The Orthopedic Injury Clinic remains open to treat patients with URGENT orthopedic needs. If you have a non-urgent orthopedic need, please call (314) 514-3500 to schedule a routine office visit.

NEW: Call Before Visiting the Orthopedic Injury Clinic
In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the safety of our patients, staff and community, we’re now asking patients to call (314) 514-1642 to schedule their same-day injury clinic visit. Scheduling your same-day visit will reduce your wait time at the clinic and help protect your health.

What is an URGENT condition?
An urgent condition is one in which if treatment is delayed for 8-10 weeks, the ultimate outcome may be worse. For example, knee pain often is chronic. In other words, if you are seen and treated for knee pain in 8-10 weeks instead of now, you will have the same eventual outcome. On the other hand, if you have weakness and/or numbness from severe nerve compression and are not evaluated and potentially treated within 8-10 weeks, your outcome may be worse. If there is a question about the urgency of your condition, you may be offered an initial virtual visit.

In addition, for the safety of our patients and providers, please DO NOT come to the injury clinic if:

  1. You are experiencing flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath. 
  2. You have been diagnosed or exposed to someone with COVID-19 (coronavirus).
  3. You have traveled by air or been to one of the high-risk areas as defined by the Center for Disease Control within the last 14 days.

 If you have an urgent orthopedic injury and any of these 3 situations applies to you, please visit an emergency department. If you questions about whether you are able to be seen, please call (314) 514-1642.

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In an effort to minimize wait time and to expedite your visit, please fill out these patient forms in advance and present them at check-in. If you or a family member is in need of language or interpreter services, we strongly encourage you to contact us prior to your visit. 

Adult Patients

Comprehensive Orthopedic and Health History

Pediatric Patients

Children ages 5 and above can be seen at the Orthopedic Injury Clinic.

Pediatric Comprehensive Orthopedic and Health History

 

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

Overview
Locations and Hours
Referral Pad (Health Professional Use Only)
Frequently Asked Questions
Tour the Orthopedic Injury Clinic in South County
Patient Story: St. Francis County football star shines in homecoming game following injury

Orthopedic Injury Clinic
2020 Holiday Hours:

7/3/2020 - Closed
7/4/2020 - Closed
9/5/2020 - Closed
9/7/2020 - Closed
11/26/2020 - Closed
11/27/2020 - Closed
11/28/2020 - Closed
12/24/2020 - Closed
12/25/2020 - Closed
12/26/2020 - Closed
12/31/2020 - Closed
1/1/2021 - Closed
1/2/2021 - Closed

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