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Portland Urgent Care for Ankle Sprains

"Staff is always kind and very attentive. Doctors are all great too. They take time to listen to your concerns and work with you to find an effective treatment for whatever brings you in."

Marcela E.

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SHORT WAIT TIMES, AFFORDABLE AND CONVENIENT

Ankle Sprain Specialists Near You

At Portland Urgent Care our wait time to be seen for most visits including an ankle sprain is less than 15 minutes, so walk-in to our full-service Hollywood neighborhood location now. Our visits cost less than an emergency room, for the same care treating your ankle  sprain or other non-life-threatening injury.

We perform lab work, EKG testing and X-rays, allowing us to diagnosis and treat a variety of illnesses and injuries seven days a week. We specialize in Auto Injuries, Worker Injuries and Allergy Treatments. Our appointment scheduler is available for your convenience online 24 hours a day.

How Can We Help You?

Symptoms

Ankle sprains will typically leave the area swollen, with pain and a limited range of motion as well. If you believe you have a sprained ankle, please contact us today.

Diagnosis

Ankle sprains will be diagnosed through a physical exam in order to assess the condition and range of motion of the ankle. In order to be properly diagnosed, you should visit a professional.

Treatment

Treatment will be dependent on the severity of sprain. Typically, giving the ankle rest and ice will aid the healing process, but other instances may require pain medication and anti-inflammatory medication.

Portland Urgent Care provides integrative injury rehab services with Portland Wellness Care; physiotherapy, chiropractic, acupuncture, and massage. The side by side clinics allow patients to easily get complete care for their injury and wellness needs. To make an appointment directly with Portland Wellness Care click here.

Incredible service! Receptionist awesome. Doctor Awesome. Was in and out within 15 minutes. My issue was very time sensitive and they worked incredibly efficient. Thanks Portland Urgent Care!

Corinna W.

Legit the nicest staff and they’re absolutely hilarious if you have the pleasure of having a quick conversation with them. My go to urgent care office from here on out. Thanks for making me feel welcome and being so kind and explaining everything to me!

Courtney I.

Quick service and very nice staff. One of the physicians literally saved my life a couple of years ago, and I will be forever grateful.

Megan W.

Portland Urgent Care is open 7 days a week to provide you with accurate diagnosis and a personal treatment plan. If you have pain or experienced a recent injury, don't put off getting the care you need. We offer same day appointments - no wait time - and walk-ins are always welcome.

Ankle Sprains & Injuries: Frequently Asked Questions

Can urgent care treat ankle sprains?

Yes. An Urgent Care facility is a great first stop after an ankle sprain for evaluation and a treatment plan. If more serious, you may need X rays which Portland Urgent Care can provide.

Should you go to urgent care for a sprained ankle?

Yes, if your ankle sprain is moderate and not recovering as expected, you need to see urgent care for an exam.

Will urgent care give you a walking boot?

This depends on the severity of the injury. If your ankle is moderately sprained or fractured, a boot may be necessary.

What will a doctor do for a sprained ankle?

A doctor will take the history, examine the ankle, and order x rays if needed. They will provide anti-inflammatory medication and make the appropriate referral to therapy as needed.

How do you know if a sprain is serious?

Ankle pain that doesn't resolve after 3-5 days after injury, swelling and bruising along with instability may mean a more serious injury, this is why it is important to consider the services at Portland Wellness Care.

When should I see a Doctor for a sprained ankle?

If pain, swelling, and discoloration is moderate and does not go away after 3-7 days.

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