Orthopedic Urgent Care in South Charlotte, NC | Sports Injuries, Accidents & Pain

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Pre-Register for an Appointment

Pre-Register for an Appointment If you get injured, don’t settle for long wait times or hefty ER bills. Start with AFC Urgent Care. We provide quick, affordable care for sports injuries, accidental falls and general orthopedic issues. When you visit our clinic, our team of experienced orthopedic providers help stabilize, brace, and provide relief for your injury so you can start healing faster. We treat a variety of injuries, including but not limited to:

Immediate Stabilization with Orthopedic-Grade Equipment

When accidents happen, you need immediate relief and understanding of the extent of your injury. That’s why our clinic is equipped with digital x-rays on site and advanced DME (Durable Medical Equipment) that meets the same high standards as orthopedic specialists. Walk in to AFC Urgent Care where we effectively stabilize your injury during your initial visit, providing similar support to what you’d expect at a specialist’s office. Our expert staff will assess your injury, offer pain relief, and provide appropriate DME like braces, splints, or crutches.

Orthopedics at AFC Urgent Care vs. The E.R.

  • Shorter wait times than the ER – Most wait times stay between 30 minutes to an hour.
  • Same day visits – No appointments are necessary.
  • Follow up visits – If your injury isn’t healing properly, you can have a follow-up visit at your same convenient location. We’re here to help until your injury is healed, not just for one visit.
  • Premium equipment and treatment – For a fraction of the cost, we use top-tier equipment from our state-of-the-art digital x-rays to boots and braces.
  • Payment Options – We accept most major insurance and offer discounted cash pay options.

When to Visit AFC Urgent Care for Injuries

  • You roll your ankle during a soccer game
  • You hurt your knee while going up or down stairs
  • You hurt your back after lifting a heavy object like a package or weights
  • You have sudden shoulder pain

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Orthopedic Services

More than 90 percent of back and neck pain can significantly improve without surgery. We treat acute to mild conditions like sciatica, muscle strain, spinal arthritis and other common injuries. Learn more about back injuries that can be treated at AFC Urgent Care.
Most knee injuries are a result of tears, sprains, strains, dislocations and ligament tears. We evaluate and provide partial bracing for common injuries like sprains, contusions and general injuries from sports and accidental falls. Learn more about knee injuries that can be treated at AFC Urgent Care.
Whether your pain is from an accident or day-to-day movements, hand and wrist pain can be inconvenient. For most common injuries like trigger finger, fractures, carpal tunnel and arthritis, we can help restore or manage your pain with nonsurgical alternatives. Learn more about hand and wrist injuries that can be treated at AFC Urgent Care.
Elbow injuries often occur from both accidents and normal wear and tear. We treat a range of injuries and conditions like fractures and breaks, nurse maid elbow, joint pain, dislocation and more. Learn more elbow injuries we treat at AFC Urgent Care.
More than 25 percent of sport and exercise injuries are foot and ankle injuries. Fortunately, we treat several of these common foot and ankle injuries like rolled ankles, turf toe, plantar fasciitis, shin splints and more. Learn more about foot and ankle injuries that can be treated at AFC Urgent Care.

If you can’t make it to AFC immediately after an incident, use the R.I.C.E. method.

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Rest – After an accident, get to a comfortable location as soon as possible, and rest to prevent additional strain on the injury.

AFC Orthopedic Ice Pack

Ice – Wrap an ice pack in a towel and apply it to the injury for 15 to 20 minutes. Reapply the ice every 3 hours. If you don’t have an ice pack, a bag of frozen produce will get the job done.

AFC Orthopedic Knee Brace

Compress – Put pressure on the injured area by wrapping it with an elastic bandage. Make sure the bandage is tight but not too tight. You can tell if the bandage is too tight when the injured area turns blue or starts feeling numb.

AFC Orthopedic Pillows

Elevate – To properly elevate your injury, position the injured area to rest above your heart. The most common way to elevate the injury is to stack several pillows under your foot, arm, ankle or leg while resting in bed or on a sofa.

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