What type of orthopedic or sports injuries does QuickCare treat?
Crystal Clinic QuickCare offers diagnosis and treatment of your minor bone, joint, and muscle injuries and conditions, including:
- Pain or swelling in a joint
- Sports injuries
- Muscle sprains or joint strains
- Knee sprains or strains
- Hand, wrist, elbow or shoulder injury
- Ankle sprain or strain
- Broken bone without an open wound over the fracture location
- Finger or toe dislocations
- Minor lacerations
- Recent back pain
In addition, we also offer a wide range of additional services, including:
- Expedited referrals for diagnostic x-rays and MRI
- Physical and occupational therapy
Do I need to make an appointment to be seen at QuickCare?
No appointments are necessary, just walk in during our-QuickCare hours! However, patients may call ahead to either of our locations to let us know you are coming, or if you have questions and need more information:
Crystal Clinic QuickCare Green
(330) 776 -4444
1622 E. Turkeyfoot Lake Road
Akron, OH 44312
Crystal Clinic QuickCare Montrose
3975 Embassy Parkway
Akron, OH 44333
Why should I choose QuickCare instead of an urgent care clinic or emergency room?
QuickCare offers specialized orthopaedic care and immediate access to specialty-trained orthopaedic providers with shorter wait times than an ER or urgent care, healthy waiting rooms, and easy follow-up care when needed. In addition, you can save time and money by going to QuickCare, since a visit to our QuickCare center usually results in a co-pay for a specialists office while visits to urgent care or emergency room typically results in a more expensive co-pay.
What if I need physical therapy or surgery?
QuickCare will work with you to schedule any necessary physical or occupational therapy follow-up appointments. If your injury requires ongoing care or surgery, you will receive expedited referrals to any of Crystal Clinic Orthopaedic Center’s orthopaedic surgeons for follow-up appointments.
Will my insurance cover my QuickCare visit?
Most insurance companies cover QuickCare, but it’s best to check with your insurance company before your visit.