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 bones
- Finger or toe dislocations
- Minor lacerations
- Recent back pain
In addition, we also offer a wide range of additional services, including:
- 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
Crystal Clinic QuickCare Hudson
1310 Corporate Drive
Hudson, OH 44236
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.