Our Fracture Clinic specializes in the diagnosis, management and treatment of new fractures. Fracture is the medical term for a broken bone. Children and teenagers are not just small adults; their growing bones have special needs and require careful attention to avoid potential complications. We are experts in evaluating growing bones and knowing how they will respond to injuries.

Two Ways to Be Seen
Walk-in Hours for Confirmed Fractures
We see children with known fractures without an appointment from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.


Call 469-515-7200 to Schedule an Appointment
Same-day or next-day appointments are often available.

For All Visits
Please bring all available X-ray images on a disc. The report is helpful, but not necessary. Paperwork can be faxed to 469-515-7201. Learn more about preparing for a visit below.

Hours and Location
5700 Dallas Parkway
Frisco, Texas 75034

Monday – Friday, except major holidays
7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


  • Discs with actual images of X-rays, MRIs, CT scans or other imaging
  • Copies of reports for above imaging
  • Guardian’s driver’s license or valid ID
  • Current insurance card
  • List of medications and allergies

  • It is better for your child not to repeat imaging
  • It can save you money
  • It is helpful to see the original images, when available
Please Note: Even with original images, repeat X-rays may be needed.

  • Thorough explanation of diagnosis, review of imaging and collaborative discussion about plan
  • Treatment options in the Fracture Clinic include cast, splint, brace, fluoroscopy, surgical planning and follow-up
  • Referral to a therapist for follow-up care, when needed
  • On-site pediatric radiology support for additional imaging needs
  • Experienced pediatric staff ready to support both patient and caregiver for home and school needs

After Your Appointment

If you have questions after your appointment or about a cast, please call 469-515-7200, and ask to leave a message for the Fracture Clinic nurse. You can also download our resources below:

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