OrthoIndy has begun construction on an urgent care and physical therapy facility in Westfield. The bone, joint, spine and muscle care provider says the center will result in about a dozen new jobs.
The OrthoIndy Urgent Care and Physical Therapy facility is expected to open in late spring or early summer. The provider says the facility will provide emergency access to bone, joint and muscle care for patients with recent injuries, sprains or broken bones without an appointment. OrthoIndy says physical therapy services will include treatment of extremity orthopedic injuries, post-operative rehab, treatment of sports related injuries and strengthening programs.
In a release from OrthoIndy, Chief Executive Officer Jane Keller said, "Planning for this new OrthoIndy Urgent Care and Physical Therapy facility in Westfield has been going on for quite some time. The Westfield area demands a lot of medical care and it’s an area we are thrilled to join. We hope our services will benefit the continuously growing amount of Westfield residents."