Splinting in Miami-Dade
For minor bone fractures and sprains that may need splinting, you don’t need to endure a long wait at a local emergency room. Instead, head to a nearby UHealth Jackson Urgent Care center to start the healing process as soon as possible.
You can walk in to any nearby UHealth Jackson Urgent Care center without an appointment and be seen quickly by a UHealth – University of Miami Health System board-certified doctor.
How Our Urgent Care Can Help
We have advanced digital X-ray capabilities at each of our centers, and every imaging scan is read by both an onsite physician and a specialized UHealth radiologist. Once our doctors determine the source of the injury, a splint may be used to help prevent further damage and reduce pain by keeping the injured part still.
The healing process for minor bone fractures and sprains varies depending on the area that is affected, severity, and many other factors. We can advise you on how long it may take for your injury to heal, help you manage any pain and swelling, and let you know when you can resume your normal activities.
Urgent Care Centers Near You
Open: 8:00 am
Country Walk Urgent Care13707 SW 152nd St., Miami Country Walk Urgent Care Phone Number: 305-585-9200
CLOSED : Open: 8:00 am
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35 minutes of waiting.
Most Common Questions
Do I need an appointment to get a splint?
No, you can walk in to any UHealth Jackson Urgent Care center without an appointment to receive a splint. Click here to view the hours for an urgent care center near you. Our urgent cares are located in Country Walk, Cutler Bay, Doral, Keystone Point, and North Dade.
Does urgent care put splints on?
Yes, splinting can be performed safely and conveniently at your local UHealth Jackson Urgent Care center for a quicker and lower cost than at most hospital emergency rooms.
How long will I need to wear a splint?
After determining the source of the injury, severity, and many other factors, your doctor will tell you how long you need to wear the splint. Usually, it is for about 3 weeks.
Why would I need to wear a splint?
The main purpose of splinting is to help protect minor bone fractures, sprains and injured soft tissues such as tendons and ligaments. Immobilization restricts motion to allow the injured area to heal. It can help reduce pain, swelling, and muscle spasms.
How much does getting a splint cost?
If you have insurance, your splint may be covered by your insurance plan. You may have to pay a copay and/or a deductible. If you don’t have insurance, we offer a self-pay option for getting a splint. Click here to view our price list.
Walk in to one of five easy-to-find locations—all with plenty of parking—and our teams will strive to have you in-and-out within an hour. No appointment necessary.
A Doctor is Always Available
We always have board-certified doctors from UHealth – University of Miami Health System on site at each of our centers to provide expert care when you need it.
Experienced Providers You Can Trust
We’re Miami-Dade’s only urgent care network backed by an academic medical center, with doctors and experienced providers who care about your wellbeing.
We accept most major insurance plans and offer competitive self-pay pricing options. Click here to learn more about the cost of our services and payment options.
To aid with your care, we accept most major insurance plans, which offer lower copays for urgent care, as opposed to ER visits.
If you don’t have insurance, that’s OK. You’ll pay reasonable rates based on the level of care needed. Our prices are competitive and comparable to other local providers.