Orthopedic Health of Kansas City
Overland Park / Lenexa Location

Orthopedic Clinic Lenexa | 10900 W 86th St, Lenexa, KS 66214

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Overland Park / Lenexa Location

8:00am-8:00pm | M-F
8:00am-6:00pm | Sat

Orthopedic Health of Kansas City’s board-certified surgeons and orthopedic physician assistants are on staff at our orthopedic walk-in clinic and are able to help with any orthopedic or sports medicine concerns and injuries.

Our Address

10900 W 86th St
Lenexa, KS 66214

The Orthopedic Clinic of Lenexa serves Overland Park, Shawnee, Merriam, Olathe, Mission, Prairie Village, and more! If you live on the south side of Kansas City, you may be able to be seen at our Overland Park / Lenexa clinic location.

Phone Number & Hours

(816) 561-3003
8:00am-8:00pm | M-F
8:00am-6:00pm | Saturday

Orthopedic Services Provided

Ortho Health KC offers physical therapy, wellness services, occupational therapy, and medical care when you need it right away. From sprains to broken bones, we treat it all. The healthcare providers we hire are board-certified doctors, licensed physical therapists, nurse practitioners, medical assistants, physician assistants, and other healthcare experts.

Hip and Pelvis Surgery

Bearing the full weight of your body and a wide range of motion, your hip and pelvis are particularly susceptible to orthopedic ailments or injury. We will give you options and treat the issues with your hip and pelvis.

Hand and Wrist Surgery

Whether you are suffering from carpal tunnel, tendonitis, sprains, or fractures, our elite team has the experience to treat your hand and wrist injuries.

Back and Spine Surgery

You can experience debilitating back, and spine injuries and ailments no matter your age. If you’re suffering from back pain, arthritis, acute injury, or some other ailment, our providers are dedicated to quickly evaluating you and restoring function to your back and spine.

Shoulder Surgery

Whether you need physical therapy, pain injections, or surgical intervention, our providers have decades of experience treating shoulder injuries.

Arm and Elbow Surgery

Are you suffering from tennis elbow or tendonitis in the arm or elbows? Come see our elite orthopedic specialists and get to the bottom of your condition.

Knee and Leg Surgery

Our orthopedic providers are experts in treating knee and leg conditions. Oftentimes these conditions cause significant, negative impacts on our daily activities and lifestyle. We’ll do everything we can to get you back on your feet and restore the function, ability, and lifestyle you previously enjoyed.

What to Bring to Orthopedic Urgent Care

In order to ensure you receive quick and successful care, be sure you have these items on hand:

  • Photo ID
  • Insurance Information
  • Medical History
  • Prescription Medication List

Making a Payment With or Without Insurance

Depending on the state of your insurance, payment requirements will vary. If you don’t have insurance or are unsure of your insurance status, we are happy to help guide you through it so you understand your best payment options moving forward.

Frequently Asked Questions
Should I Go To Orthopedic Urgent Care or the Emergency Room?

Please call 911 if this is a life-threatening emergency or if you or the wounded party are experiencing signs of a heart attack or stroke, loss of consciousness, seizures, or uncontrollable bleeding.

Come to Ortho Health KC if your injury is not life-threatening and you do not wish to wait for an extended period of time. Typical injury symptoms include severe pain, swelling, bruising, and discomfort, especially in the case of injuries caused by a fall, collision, or repetitive strain. Additionally, go to Ortho Health KC to address cuts, wounds, and joint pain.

How Long Will I Be at the Orthopedic Urgent Care?

The length of time in our office will vary depending on your unique condition, like what type of orthopedic injury or symptoms you may be struggling with. If you had just broken a bone, you would have a more serious, in-depth treatment to deal with.

Depending on the location of your fracture, the day, and the hour of your arrival, it could take anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes to get into the doctor’s office and 1-2 hours in total from arrival to check out and leave.

Orthopedic Walk-In Clinic Lenexa

Contact us today to schedule your appointment.