Walk-Ins Welcome No Appointment Necessary

Orthopaedic Urgent Care

Albany County's Most Preferred Orthopaedic Practice*

Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Sunday: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

(518) 292-2766

Orthopaedic Urgent Care Online Scheduling

*If you are not finding a time slot that fits your schedule, please walk in, and we will be happy to treat you. Appointments are not needed to be treated at our Orthopaedic Urgent Care.

Hurt Today. Treated Today.
No Appointment Needed.

At The Bone & Joint Center, we know that injuries occur when least expected. Skip the ER and choose the right care, right now for bone, joint, and muscle needs in an environment that has been completely redesigned with you in mind.

Our doctors are dedicated to providing our patients with exceptional orthopaedic care; however, there are certain times when they are not available to see patients at our Orthopaedic Urgent Care. During those times, our physician assistants will run the Orthopaedic Urgent Care and see patients.

While our physician assistants are highly skilled medical professionals with the ability to diagnose and treat bone, joint, and muscle injuries, they are not able to provide second opinions. We highly recommend that you schedule an appointment with a doctor if you are looking for a second opinion.

For your convenience, you can now schedule same-day appointments on the new Patient Portal or next-day appointments if spots for today are unavailable. Limited walk-ins are accepted and treated in the order that they arrive. Please note that care may be postponed to the next day if capacity has been met.


Visit Orthopaedic Urgent Care

Visit a General Urgent Care or Emergency Room

Office Visit

A bone, joint, or muscle injury that occurred in the last few days


Possible sprained ankle or foot


Possible broken bone


Sprained knee


Injury to hand, wrist, or shoulder


Swollen joint


Sports injury


Recent back pain


Mild deformity of ankle, knee, elbow, or shoulder


Illnesses/flu-like symptoms



Deformity of ankle, knee, elbow, or shoulder



Animal bites






Head injury/concussion



Cuts and wounds



Chronic back, neck, or joint pain


Reoccurring injuries


Acute injuries


Conditions Treated

  • Fractures and dislocations
  • Knee and hip pain and injuries
  • Shoulder and elbow injuries
  • Sports injuries
  • Sprains and strains
  • Any other orthopaedic injury


1367 Washington Avenue, Suite 201
Albany, NY 12206

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