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accessortho walk in convenience, wilmington north carolina

 Walk, Hobble or Crawl In Today!

"I was very satisfied with the care and services that I received at this clinic. The wait time was excellent and the staff were very friendly and patient. They made sure that I was comfortable with what was going on, explained every step to me, and made sure that all of my concerns were heard. I was very impressed with the care that I received, especially since this could be a very traumatic experience, but everyone helped me to feel at ease throughout the whole process."   – patient review 1/12/2018


4815 Oleander Drive, Wilmington, NC 28403

Extended hours: Monday - Thursday 8 am until 7 pm

Friday 8 am until 5 pm


In Jacksonville

2000 Brabham Avenue Suite 100 

Jacksonville, NC  28546

Monday - Friday 8 am until 5 pm


5160 Ocean Highway West (Highway 17) 

Shallotte, NC   28470

Monday – Friday 8 am until 5 pm

Designed to make patient care much more accessible and convenient, EmergeOrtho’s AccessOrtho is a walk-in medical service that allows patients with orthopaedic conditions needing immediate attention to be diagnosed and treated right away, avoiding costly and unnecessary visits to the emergency room.

EmergeOrtho’s AccessOrtho in Wilmington was the first of its kind in the area, and now residents of Brunswick and Onslow counties will enjoy the same timely access to the highest level of orthopaedic care, including on-site x-rays and casting. Patients with non-pressing conditions continue to be scheduled according to their physician’s recommendations.

With AccessOrtho, patients can get immediate, specialized treatment for:

– Strains & sprains
– Broken Bones 
– Closed fractures (in which bone does not break the skin) 
– Sports-related injuries 
– Cast or wound dressing problems 
– Recently painful, swollen or injured joints

Injuries not appropriate for AccessOrtho include:

– Non-orthopedic care
– Open fractures (in which bone is protruding from skin)
– Head or facial trauma
– Partial or full amputations
– Initial visits following a motor vehicle accident 
– Diagnosed hip fractures
– Diagnosed shoulder dislocations
– Chest injuries







Disclaimer: Where pictures of patients are displayed, the patients of OrthoWilmington have consented to have their picture in this website for the purpose of patient education.