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Every year, around 1 out of every 8 people seeks medical attention for nonfatal injuries. When you've had an injury, Central Primary Care can provide fast, accurate diagnosis and treatment to get you on the way to recovery. We also have ultrasound and x-ray facilities on-site at our office, so you can get any needed imaging tests during your visit. This helps us quickly diagnose the nature and extent of your injury, so we can get to the most important part: treatment! 

Whether you need stitches or a cast, or a longer-term physical therapy and rehabilitation plan, the Central Primary Care team can handle many injuries—and faster and more affordably than at ERs or many urgent care centers. 

We treat a variety of injuries, including wounds, burns, animal bites, and electrical injuries. We also treat falls, sprains and strains, dislocations, pulled muscles, many fractures, and sports injuries.  

Some of the many types of injuries we've treated include:

Head and neck: Headaches and pain due to injury or dysfunction of the neck and upper spine, whiplash, neck strain
Shoulder: Rotator cuff pain and frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) 
Elbow and forearm: tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, fractures 
Lower back: Pain and strain and herniated discs
Wrist/hand: Fractures, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, trigger finger, sprains, strains, and tendon and ligament injuries
Hip: piriformis syndrome, groin injuries, and muscle and tendon strains
Knee: degenerative osteoarthritis, and injuries to the ACL, MCL, and meniscus
Lower leg: shin splints, sprains, strains, fractures, 
Ankle and foot: plantar fasciitis, turf toe, Morton’s neuroma, sprains, tendonitis, and stress fractures

At Central Primary Care, we are available for same-day appointments to handle many common injuries. Call us at 773-205-0800 for an appointment.



Central Primary Care also partners with employers in the community to provide care for common workplace injuries in employees. For more information, please see our Workers' Compensation Care page. 

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