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!We specialize in treating acute orthopedic injuries. No appointment necessary.
Hours: Monday to Friday : 8:30-6:30 PM at our Overland Park location.
You will be seen on a first come-first served basis
Frequently Asked Questions
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.
There’s no appointment necessary. You can walk in anytime between 8:30 am to 6:30 pm Monday-Friday. You will be seen on a first come-first served basis.
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.
Orthopedics NOW! treats patients of all ages above 8. 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.
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 post operative patients from another clinic, head injuries, open fractures, and chronic pain. We will not refill medications.
Orthopedics NOW! is located within in the clinic of Kansas City Bone & Joint at Nall Ave. & 107th St, Suite 200, Overland Park, KS
Injuries that are severe and with sudden onset. Acute injuries are often associated with a traumatic event, such as a fall, or accident. Our urgent care will see acute injuries that have occurred within 3 days of the initial injury.
Please call to schedule an appointment with one our providers during our office hours of 8:30-5.
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 Orthopedics NOW!, patients can receive immediate care, after hours, with no long waits or expensive ER bills. Hours are from 8:30pm – 6:30 pm, Monday- Friday, with no appointment needed.
10701 Nall Avenue | Suite 200 | Overland Park, Kansas 66211
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