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Pain doesn’t wait, neither should you

At Kansas City Bone & Joint, we’re always looking for ways to better serve our patients. We understand that sprains, strains, fractures and sports injuries can happen anytime. With Orthopedics Now!, patients can receive immediate care – after hours – from the area’s foremost orthopedic specialists and highly skilled mid-level providers. No expensive ER bills, just a copay upon arrival.

Orthopedics NOW!

After hours walk-in clinic
Monday thru Friday from 2:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
No appointment necessary and walk-ins are welcome.
Orthopedics NOW! is available at our Overland Park location.

Meet Barry

As the director of OrthopedicsNOW! at Kansas City Bone and Joint, Barry has 17 years of experience treating orthopedic injuries and conditions, Emergency Medicine, and Sports Medicine. He is the lead provider of OrthopedicsNOW! and is available to evaluate and treat non-emergent, yet acute injuries and urgent orthopedic needs. OrthopdicsNOW! is designed to offer a high level of care that is the perfect substitute for a hospital E.R. visit, as well as avoiding long waits and expensive medical bills.

Meet Barry

As the director of OrthopedicsNOW! at Kansas City Bone and Joint, Barry has 17 years of experience treating orthopedic injuries and conditions, Emergency Medicine, and Sports Medicine. He is the lead provider of OrthopedicsNOW! and is available to evaluate and treat non-emergent, yet acute injuries and urgent orthopedic needs. OrthopdicsNOW! is designed to offer a high level of care that is the perfect substitute for a hospital E.R. visit, as well as avoiding long waits and expensive medical bills.

Common Conditions

Wrist Fracture

Fractures to the wrist most commonly occur due to a fall onto an outstretched hand or directly onto the injured body part.  Treatment depends on where the bone is broken and if you’ve sustained an open wound. 

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Ankle and Foot Fracture

Ankle fractures are the result of a fall or a high energy injury, such as a contact sports injury or motor vehicle accident.  A walking boot, a cast, or surgery may be recommended depending on the severity of the injury and location of the fracture.

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Hand Fractures

Most commonly hand and finger fractures are from a direct force such as punching an unyielding surface.  Other ways to injure the hand and fingers is with a sudden forceful torque or a direct blow to the area.  Like most fractures, treatment depends on the severity and location of the fracture. 

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Ankle Sprains

Stepping wrong off of a curb or landing wrong after a jump can cause ankle sprains.  The ankle is the most common body part to have a sprain injury, which is an injury cause by the unexpected stretch or tear of a stabilizing ligament.

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Knee Pain

Generalized knee pain is common at any age and can be caused by a variety of factors.  Injury, overuse, degeneration of the joint space, and fractures can all cause knee pain. 

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Shoulder Pain

The shoulder is a complex ball and socket joint.  The four most common shoulder problems stem from tendon disorders, instability, arthritis, and fractures. 

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Overland Park

At Kansas City Bone and Joint Clinic, A Division of Signature Medical Group of K.C., P.A., we are always looking for better ways to serve our patients.  With OrthopedicsNOW!, patients can receive immediate care, after hours, with no long waits or expensive ER bills.  Hours are from 2:30pm-7:30 pm, Monday- Friday, with no appointment needed.

10701 Nall Avenue | Suite 200 | Overland Park, Kansas 66211

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Orthopedics NOW!?

We are like an urgent care but for orthopedic injuries only. It will help you avoid long waits in the ER and avoid expensive ER Co-Pays.

Is Orthopedics NOW! Like an “Urgent Care”?

Orthopedics NOW! Functions like an urgent care center. Urgent care clinics typically treat many different illnesses and injuries, Orthopedics NOW! is dedicated to caring for urgent orthopedic injuries. It was developed to provide immediate care to patients needing orthopedic care. It helps reduce the long delays in getting referred to our orthopedic specialists.

Do I need an appointment to be seen?

There’s no appointment necessary. You can walk in anytime between 2:30 pm to 7:30 pm Monday-Friday. You will be seen on a first come-first served basis.

Will I be seen by a Physician?

Orthopedics NOW! is staffed by Advanced Practice Providers (Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners). Our staff of Physicians are on call for back up if needed.

Does Orthopedics NOW! treat Children and Adults?

Orthopedics NOW! treats patients of all ages above the age of 2. Whether your child was hurt at school, sports practice or at home, or if you slipped and fell on the ice, crashed on a bike, or a weekend warrior.

Does Orthopedics NOW! treat all types of injuries?

Orthopedics NOW! will treat Sprains and Strains, Broken Bones, Sports Injuries, Painful and Swollen Joints, Minor Dislocations, Lacerations, Cast or wound dressing problems.

We will NOT treat head injuries, open fractures, chronic pain, medication refills.

Where is Orthopedics NOW! located?

Orthopedics NOW! is located within in the clinic of Kansas City Bone & Joint at Nall Ave. & 107th St, Suite 200, Overland Park, KS

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