FAQ: Our Frisco & Summit County Orthopaedic Urgent Care

Answers to common questions about Vail-Summit Orthopaedic Urgent Care

  • Where is Vail-Summit Orthopaedic Urgent care located?

    Our ortho urgent care is conveniently located at our current Frisco office, next to the hospital.
    Here's the address:

    360 Peak One DriveSuite 180
    Frisco, CO 80443

  • What is orthopaedic urgent care?

    Ortho-specific care is tailored towards orthopaedic injuries. For a list of common conditions, please scroll down.

  • What is the advantage of orthopaedic urgent care?

    The goal of providing ortho-specific care in an urgent care setting is to get you seen by an orthopaedic specialist quicker and treated quicker than you would at a traditional urgent care or ER.We treat orthopaedic-specific injuries. We want you to avoid some of the usual stresses that come with a visit to the ER.

  • Will I save money when visiting VSO urgent care?

    Urgent care visits are billed as an office visit. Therefore, you will usually save money with a visit to VSO ortho urgent care, versus visiting the ER.

  • Are you open late?

    Yes! We are open to 7 every night at our orthopaedic urgent care. Here are the hours:
    9-7 Monday-Friday12-7 Saturday-Sunday

  • What are some of the common conditions treated at Vail-Summit Orthopaedic Urgent Care?

    -Acute pain such as sudden back pain without traumatic injury
    -Cuts and lacerations
    -Closed fractures or possible fractures
    -Sprains or strains
    -Minor dislocations (fingers and toes) (hip and shoulder dislocations should go to ER)
    -Cast or wound dressing problems
    -Painful, swollen or injured joints such as knees, elbows, and shoulders
    -Sports injuries: knee, foot and ankle injuries

  • What DON'T We Treat at Vail-Summit Orthopaedic Urgent Care?

    At VSO Ortho Urgent Care, we do not treat nose/facial fractures, headaches, head injuries or concussions, chest/rib, animal bites, major joint dislocations, pain management patients, routine prescription refills or acute neck or back injuries associated with a fall or collision.

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