A World Class Institute
The Orthopaedic Center for Spinal and Pediatric Care is committed to providing the highest standard of care for adult spine and pediatric orthopaedic patients. With the attention of primary care physicians and the support of surgical and non-surgical specialists, the Orthopaedic Center offers integrated, quality healthcare to achieve the most effective approach in medical treatment. Our focus is to maintain a compassionate attitude, continuously monitor personal care and interact with other healthcare providers who share our vision of positive medical outcomes through continuous research and education.
We are pleased to have you as a patient. If you have any questions, always feel free to contact our office and our trained staff will assist you in any way possible.
We offer a walk-in fracture clinic for children with acute musculoskeletal injuries every Monday from 12:30pm-5pm at our Dayton Children's office and every Friday from 1pm-4pm at our Miami Valley South office.
No appointment necessary! If your child arrives before 5pm, he or she will be seen and treated that day.
This is a first-come, first-serve clinic so wait times will vary anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours.
As an alternative you can always call the office ahead of time for the next available scheduled appointment with a provider, usually within the next 24-48 hours.
Before your visit (Medical Forms)
Provided to the right are various forms that require completion prior to your visit and/or surgery. Please download the appropriate form as directed by your physician and/or staff by clicking on the name of the form. Please bring the completed form(s) with you to your scheduled visit. This will help expedite the registration process. Thank you.
Your insurance company requires that we bill our services using a coding system known as CPT (current Procedural Terminology). The codes used to describe the services we did for you are found in the "surgery" section of the CPT code book. This does not mean we are implying that you had an operation. This is merely the way the CPT book is organized for ease of use by both your insurance company and physicians.
According to CPT guidelines, fracture care is billed as a "packaged or global" service. This means that at the time of initial care, a bill is generated that includes:
1. The first cast or splint application
2. Usually 90 days of normal, uncomplicated follow-up care. (This may vary with different insurance companies/policies).
What is not included in the package. (There will be a separate charge):
1. Physician evaluation of the fracture
3. All casting supplies (fiberglass, gortex, ace wraps, slings, cast shoes, etc).
4. Any replacement cast application.
5. The evaluation and management of any additional problems or injuries.
6. The treatment of complications.
If you have any questions about fracture billing, please contact our office.
Schedule a Visit
Patient Portal: Please visit our new Patient Portal to exchange messages with our office, request appointments, update personal information, review and pay bills, and complete medical forms.
We accept most major insurance plans. Please contact your insurance carrier for questions about benefit coverage.
Please call the office to make an appointment in advance. If you are unable to keep your appointment, please call us as far in advance as possible so we may use that time to see another patient in need of care and to avoid a $25 no-show charge. We make a sincere effort to adhere to our appointment schedule and appreciate your patience if we are late due to emergencies or hospital surgery.
Fees & Payments
We make every effort to decrease the cost of your medical care. Therefore, we request payment arrangements for all office services at the time they are rendered unless prior arrangements have been made. We accept all major credit cards as well as cash and checks for your convenience. If we are a participating provider of your insurance company, we will bill them. However, payment is the patient's responsibility. We will help in any way we can to assist you in handling claims.
Prescriptions & Renewals
Please request all prescriptions and authorizations for renewals between 9:00am – 4:00pm, Monday to Friday, when our full records are available. Refills requested at other times will be filled only for extreme or emergent circumstances.
Online Request for Appointment:
Please note that this creates an APPOINTMENT REQUEST only, NOT A CONFIRMED APPOINTMENT. Once the completed form is submitted, a representative from the Orthopaedic Center will contact you to confirm the actual appointment date and time. Please do not include any sensitive information over email.
If you believe you are having a medical emergency, please do not contact us via this form, call 911 immediately.
Due to the nature of our practice, requests via the contact forms on our website may take up to or more then 24-48 hours to be answered. For all urgent and time-sensitive/same-day requests, please call our office directly.
Physicians: Submit a Referral
For referring physicians: Fill out this form and we will contact your patient to schedule an appointment with our office.
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Comeback Athlete Award program
Know an athlete who has demonstrated a positive attitude in overcoming obstacles such as sports injuries, disease/illness, or difficult circumstances? Nominate them for a Dayton Children’s Comeback Athlete Award.
Each Comeback Athlete Award winner will receive a Dayton Children’s t-shirt, photo of the athlete displayed on the Come Back Athlete wall at Dayton Children’s, as well as the opportunity to be featured in Dayton Children’s marketing materials.
Who can be nominated? Anyone treated at a Dayton Children's or Pediatric Orthopaedic Center facility under the age of 18, who is active in any variety of activities (e.g.; cheer, soccer, biking, baseball or motocross).
How can I nominate an athlete? Anyone can nominate an athlete— Dayton Children’s employees, parents, friends, or teammates. You will be asked to provide the following information:
•The name of the athlete
•The athletes age
•A brief description of injury, illness, or difficult circumstance and how they have overcome it. Please describe why you think they should be chosen as a comeback athlete.
•Contact information for the nominated athlete’s legal guardian
Also include your information:
•Relationship to the nominated athlete
•Your contact information (preferred phone number)
Questions about nominating an athlete? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Phone: (937) 641-3010 Fax: (937) 641-5003