Acute injuries often strike at the most inconvenient times. Whether you take a spill on the job and hurt your back or you sprained your ankle playing soccer, you need immediate care from an orthopedic specialist.
At Specialty Care Clinics, our Orthopedic Urgent Care Clinic in Ennis provide immediate access to orthopedic care for the entire family.
Our clinic offers on-site services for acute conditions including:
No matter what level athlete or fitness enthusiast you are, sports medicine can help you recover from an athletic injury and learn how to prevent the injury from happening again. For your convenience, our fully equipped orthopedic facilities offer a team of talented sports medicine professionals to help you get back in the game as quickly and safely as possible.
Most sports injuries are a result of minor trauma to muscles, ligaments, and/or tendons. Symptoms include immediate localized swelling, pain, and/or discoloration.
Some sports injuries may affect the growth plate. The growth plate is the area of developing tissues at the end of the long bones in growing children and adolescents. When growth is complete, sometime during adolescence, the growth plate is replaced by solid bone.
Pain injuries such as stress fractures (a hairline fracture of the bone that has been subjected to repeated stress) and tendinitis (inflammation of a tendon) can occur from overuse of muscles and tendons. These overuse injuries in young athletes are most commonly seen in the shoulder, hip, knee, and ankle.
802 W Lampasas Street Ennis, TX 75119
Tel. - (972) 875-4700
Fax - (469) 709-1948
Mon - Fri : 9 am to 5 pm
With 206 bones in the human body, a fall or accident can quickly cause damage requiring specialized care to treat. At SCC, our orthopedic specialists can treat even the most complex injuries with skillful care.
From simple bone fractures and joint injuries to severe, complicated injuries requiring multiple reconstructive surgeries, our doctors have the experience to help restore function and alleviate pain in cases of orthopedic trauma.
One in five people suffer from arthritis. There are over a hundred different types of arthritis, but the most common forms are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
The physicians at SCC always recommend a course of conservative treatment options prior to joint replacement surgery. Weight loss and low-impact exercises are a great place for patients to start. Anti-inflammatory medications and joint injections are also recommended prior to surgery.
Call (972) 875-4700 to schedule an appointment today.
The back and spine experts at Specialty Care Clinics are focused on addressing your needs so that you can return to the activities you enjoy
Our diverse team treats common conditions, such as arthritis and back pain, as well as offering advanced treatment options, including joint replacement and spinal surgery.