Cary Orthopaedics cares about your health, safety and concerns regarding the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), and we continue to adjust our services based new developments and the needs of our patients. Our goal is to provide quality care for patients with orthopaedic injuries and conditions, while allowing them to avoid hospital emergency rooms. We are here to serve you in the following ways:

In-Person Appointments

Call our appointment line at 919-573-4825 to schedule an in-office appointment. Our orthopaedic doctors, spine specialists and physical therapists are available and offering full services.

To protect our patients and our staff, if you are experiencing fever, cough, fatigue or shortness of breath, please call 919-573-4825 to reschedule your appointment. We respectfully ask that you follow this protocol if any member of your household shows similar symptoms.

We will no longer be monitoring temperatures for patients.

For your visit, we ask that you only bring one visitor with you to your appointment.

Cary Orthopaedics and Spine Specialists is requiring sick employees to stay home to avoid potential spreading. We are emphasizing hand hygiene and routine environmental cleaning.

Additionally, please be aware that we are not able to accept cash payments at this time. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.

Face Masks Required

In accordance with N.C. guidelines for reopening, Cary Orthopaedics is requiring patients and staff to wear a mask or face covering for in-person appointments to ensure safety for everyone. Telemedicine Appointments

Our orthopaedic doctors and physician assistants can see patients by video conference or telephone. Please call us at 919-573-4825 to schedule a telemedicine appointment.
New patient visits and new injuries must be seen in person.
For prescription refills, please call 919-573-4825.

Current Hours of Operation

We are currently operating with normal business hours.

Coronavirus General Information

How can I reduce my risk of contracting coronavirus?

The simplest and most effective ways to keep yourself and family safe include:

  • Practicing good hand hygiene. Wash with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoiding close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed/unsanitized hands.

Who do I contact if I have symptoms?

Before visiting a doctor’s office, urgent care, hospital or emergency room:

Additional information

The best site to gain updated information is the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). They are consistently updating information on symptoms, locations, how it spreads, prevention and treatment.

We appreciate your business and are here to assist you through this situation. We will continue to update information and resources as they develop.