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Due to COVID-19, after-hours ortho is temporarily closed. You can schedule an appointment online for a new injury during our normal clinic hours or call 937-641- 3010.
From an orthopaedic related accident, sports injury, or other acute pain, it’s important to see the right specialist, right away. Dayton Children’s is the only care center in Ohio that focuses solely on orthopaedic conditions from birth to 21 years old.
At a fraction of the cost of an emergency room or general urgent care visit, after-hours ortho provides expert care for the cost of your specialty care visit co-pay.
Our pediatric trained specialists will treat orthopaedic injuries including:
• Broken bones/fractures
• Sports injuries
• Foot or ankle injuries
• Shoulder injuries
• Knee injuries
• Hand or wrist injuries
• Strains and sprains
Due to COVID-19, online scheduling availability may be limited. To schedule, reschedule or cancel an appointment, call 937-641-4000.
We do not treat:
Severe fractures needing reduction and sedation
Don’t waste time and spend more money with an expensive emergency room or general urgent care visit when you can get specialty orthopaedic care at after-hours ortho.
What is the cost?
after-hours ortho charges the same as a specialist office visit. The charge may be vary depending on your injury, diagnosis and insurance coverage.
Where is it located?
Dayton Children’s specialty care center located at 3333 West Tech Rd, Springboro Ohio
No, you do not. However, a few insurances do require a referral such as Tricare. Please check with your insurance company for confirmation.
Why choose Dayton Children’s after-hours ortho?
Beyond expert orthopaedic care at a lower cost, Dayton Children’s offers the pediatric difference:
Our imaging equipment is designed for children and teens, with an emphasis on comfort and safety. Our radiology team adjusts the amount of radiation each patient receives, taking the child’s weight and size into account. Delivering “kid-sized” doses is important, because the growing tissues in children’s bodies are especially sensitive to radiation. Learn more about medical imaging at Dayton Children’s.
Children, teens and adolescents have growth plates, so quick pediatric focused diagnosis and treatment are essential to preventing long-term issues.
Kids and adolescents experience periods of rapid growth. We know how to treat conditions related to these growth challenges.
The psychology of the athlete is unique. We know athletes — what they think, how they feel and what they need. The athletes' state of mind is as important as their level of fitness and skill.