2310 California Rd
Elkhart, IN 46514
1202 E University Dr
Granger, IN 46530
1775 E. Kercher Rd
Goshen, IN 46526
600 N Main St
Middlebury, IN 46540
3000 North Main St
Nappanee, IN 46550
Did you just have an accident and are concerned about the need for surgery? Looking for nearby Orthopedic Specialists & Surgeons that can treat you or a loved one with great care? You’ve come to the right website.
At our Orthopedics Urgent Care & Sports Medicine Center, we prioritize each patient’s best interests and provide exceptionally excellent care. Whether or not it necessitates surgery, when you visit OSMC, you will receive both expert treatment and easily understandable information about your condition.
Why Choose the Orthopedic Physicians at Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center?
- We’re Indiana’s leading experts for the most difficult bone fracture trauma instances
- Certified Fellowships comprising Orthopedic Trauma and Orthopedic Oncology
- We are a trusted team of physicians for local Professional Athletes and Child Athletes
- The next generation of Orthopedic Physician Educators
Injuries We Treat
- Head and Neck
- Back and Spine
- Arm and Shoulder (Upper Extremity)
- Hand and Wrist
- Hip and Pelvis
- Knee and Leg (Lower Extremity)
- Foot and Ankle
What constitutes life-threatening emergencies?
- Bone outside-of-skin
- Profusely bleeding
- HNot breathing or barely breathing
Preparing for Your Visit
- Photo ID
- Insurance Cards
- A current list of all medications you are currently taking
- Please bring any relevant medical documents and/or scans
- List any other concerns you have for your care team
- Notebook and pen to take notes
- If you can, bring someone who can attend the meeting with you and, if necessary, take notes on your behalf
If it is a strain or a sprain, no. If it is a fracture, there is a greater chance of the need for surgery. Many conditions respond favorably to non-surgical treatments and require just time, observation, or a guided course of physical therapy.
X-rays can identify joint abnormalities and are typically the initial step before more advanced imaging is needed. X-rays provide valuable information for determining a treatment approach. Radiographs are used to evaluate bone quality and alignment, and the doctor can also evaluate if the joint space has shrunk, which might be an indication of arthritis.
MRI, or Magnetic Resonance Imaging, might assist in identifying the root cause of your joint discomfort. X-rays are incapable of revealing the architecture of soft tissue, whereas an MRI can reveal them.
After evaluating your x-rays and doing a clinical examination, the physician will schedule an MRI if further information is required to decide your treatment strategy. MRIs are not usually required before surgery.
It depends on your insurance plan. We accept several insurance and payment options for appointments, including cash, checks, and credit cards.
Please keep in mind that your copayment, coinsurance, and out-of-pocket costs are required at the time of service. If you do not have health insurance, please be prepared to pay a minimum of $125 for this office visit.
For orthopedic operations, our Surgery Coordinator will generate a pre-surgery estimate, which will include deposit requirements due three days prior to surgery.