To make an appointment, call 314-514-3500, or request an appointment online.

Why Choose Washington University Orthopedics

With over 80 specialists across eight locations, we deliver trusted care to patients of all ages. We have advanced fellowship training in 10 different musculoskeletal subspecialty areas, which means you receive precise diagnosis and treatment for all bone and muscle injuries or conditions, including pain or stiffness of the back, knee, hip or shoulder.

Head-to-Toe Orthopedic Care For:

For immediate care, call our Orthopedic Injury Clinic for same-day appointments at two area locations. 

Orthopedic Care Locations

Orthopedic appointments are available at eight locations across the St. Louis area. We are associated with Barnes-Jewish Hospital, a Level I Trauma Center, Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital, Progress West Hospital and St. Louis Children’s Hospital. We also see patients at the Children’s Specialty Care Center in Chesterfield, and the Center for Advanced Medicine – South County. We have the unique ability to offer inpatient treatment within a top academic medical center for challenging cases, as well as outpatient surgery and care conveniently located in west St. Louis County.

We also provide general orthopedic services through our affiliation with the Veterans Administration Medical Center in St. Louis and pediatric orthopedic services at Shriners Hospital for Children in St. Louis.

Be Treated Like a Pro

Because of our orthopedic physicians’ skill and wide-ranging experience, we are the team physicians for the St. Louis Blues hockey team. We also serve as team physicians for Washington University athletic teams, Lindenwood University and many local high schools.

Orthopedic injury clinic

Injuries are never convenient and most don’t happen during regular doctors’ office hours. That is why Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Hospital offer a walk-in orthopedic injury clinic at two locations.

Whether you sprained ankle from scoring the winning penalty kick, broke your arm from a bike accident or twisted knee from a football tackle – you can get instant access to Washington University orthopedic excellence – afternoons, nights and weekends. Both locations – South County and West County — specialize in sports and orthopedic injuries for patients ages five and up, with access to on-site X-ray, splinting and casting services.

Center for Advanced Medicine – South County
5201 Midamerica Plaza, Suite 1500
St. Louis, MO 63129
Mon. – Fri.:
Noon – 6pm
Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Orthopedic Center
14532 South Outer Forty Drive
Chesterfield, MO 63107
Mon. – Fri.:
Noon – 6pm
Saturday: 8am -Noon

For more information, visit ortho.wustl.edu or call 314-514-3500.

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