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Sports Medicine Walk-in Clinic

Sports Medicine Walk-in clinic

Sprains, strains, breaks and other sports-related injuries do not occur according to schedule. And while these injuries do not always require emergency room attention, they may require the expertise of a sports medicine specialist.

Thanks to UK HealthCare’s early morning Sports Medicine Walk-in Clinic, getting treatment for an acute sports injury is easy. You can walk in, see a provider, receive a diagnosis and get treated — all in one location. If additional care is necessary, the sports medicine physician at the clinic can refer you to the appropriate UK Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine specialist.

The Sports Medicine Walk-in Clinic, which is recommended for people who have experienced sports injuries within the previous 72 hours, is open Monday through Friday from 7 to 8 a.m. No appointment is necessary.

  • Sports Medicine Walk-in Clinic specialties & treatments

    If you already have X-rays or other information about your injury from a trainer or another care provider, bring that with you to the sports injury clinic.

    UK HealthCare’s early morning Sports Medicine Walk-in Clinic offers care for:

    • Broken bones
    • Muscle sprains and strains
    • Ligament tears
    • Other sports injuries

    Imaging, casting and bracing is available at the Sports Medicine Walk-in Clinic.

  • Why choose the Sports Medicine Walk-in Clinic?

    Sports medicine specialists with UK HealthCare’s early morning Sports Medicine Walk-in Clinic bring academic and clinical expertise to the treatment of Lexington-area athletes. Our team of providers is up to date with the latest trends where injuries and treatments are concerned. They also have access to sophisticated tools and technologies that will help you get back in the game safely.