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Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

When your functional activities are limited by pain and discomfort it may be time to see an orthopedic doctor. The pain you are experiencing may be a result from an injury to a bone, muscle, tendon or ligament such as a fracture, sprain, strain, or a tear that needs immediate attention; the wear and tear associated with arthritis; or other medical conditions related to the musculoskeletal system. At UHS Orthopedics, we offer a comprehensive approach to evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation while also emphasizing steps you can take to prevent future injuries. 

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When to Seek Immediate Care

  • Bone fracture or orthopedic trauma 
  • Dislocations
  • Ligament or tendon tears
  • Sprains, strains, or pain from an injury – not improving over 48 hours
  • Unexplained swelling that is effecting joint mobility

Seek immediate care at one of our UHS Walk-In Centers, located across New York’s Southern Tier, which are open 7 days a week from 8 am to 8 pm. UHS Walk-In Centers closely communicate with UHS Orthopedics to streamline access for orthopedic injuries. In many ways, every UHS Walk-In is an "Orthopedic Walk-In".

To make an appointment at UHS Orthopedics call (607) 771-2220.

UHS Orthopedic Center in Binghamton is a 68,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility, built to house all our musculoskeletal services, including a 12,000 square-foot physical therapy space and a sports performance gym. This means you will only need to visit one location for orthopedics, chiropractic carephysical therapy and rehabilitationpodiatryrheumatologyconcussion and sports medicine.

Learn more about UHS Orthopedics and Sports Medicine by watching our Orthopedics & Sports Medicine YouTube channel.

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