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Walk-in Orthopedic and Sports Injury Care

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When injuries occur, you want your athlete to receive expert and immediate care. Akron Children’s Sports Health offers orthopedic and sports injury care at the Boston Heights Health Center – and no appointment is needed.

Monday: 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 3-8 p.m. 
Saturday: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Sports medicine and orthopedic providers treat sports injuries including:

  • Fractures/broken bones
  • Dislocations
  • Sudden knee pain
  • Sprains and strains
  • Joint pain or swelling
  • Simple lacerations


Contact Walk-in Orthopedic and Sports Injury Care

Appointments for minor injuries

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Boston Heights Health Center
Akron Children's Health Center, Boston Heights
The Cynthia Parker Matthews Building
328 East Hines Hill Road
Boston Heights, Ohio 44236
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Frequently asked questions

When should I choose walk-in care instead of making an appointment?
Walk-in care is best for unexpected injuries including knee pain, swelling, sprains and fractures.

If your athlete’s injury is minor and not too painful, you can schedule a Sports Health appointment. Call 330-543-2778 seven days a week, and we’ll schedule you with a sports medicine or orthopedic specialist.

What is the age range of athletes seen for walk-in injury care?
We will see patients with orthopedic and sports-related injuries up to age 26.

What if we need follow-up care after the walk-in visit?
Your athlete will receive priority scheduling for any follow-up care with Akron Children’s Sports Medicine, Sports Rehab or Orthopedics. We will schedule the appointments before you leave the Boston Heights Health Center.

Who cares for walk-in patients?  
We have a team of sports medicine and orthopedic providers who care for patients with sports or orthopedic injuries.

Will insurance cover the walk-in care?
If you have any questions about your coverage, please check with your health insurance provider.  

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