Illinois Bone & Joint Institute expands services in McHenry

  • Illinois Bone & Joint Institute's McHenry doctors' office and OrthoAccess is located at 406 Front St., Suite 100 in McHenry.

    Illinois Bone & Joint Institute's McHenry doctors' office and OrthoAccess is located at 406 Front St., Suite 100 in McHenry. Courtesy of Illinois Bone & Joint Institute

 
Submitted by Illinois Bone & Joint Institute
Updated 10/30/2020 7:53 PM

DES PLAINES, Ill. -- Illinois Bone & Joint Institute, the largest independent, physician-owned orthopedic practice in Illinois, offers new expanded services in the McHenry area.

Patients will now benefit from immediate care options at the new McHenry OrthoAccess clinic, and expanded spine services, now closer to home.

 

The McHenry OrthoAccess is a walk-in, immediate care clinic designed to treat minor injuries like simple fractures, sprains, strains, work and sports injuries, and minor auto accident injuries quickly and affordably. OrthoAccess is staffed by certified IBJI orthopedic specialists supported by advanced diagnostic technology

We have also expanded our spine care services at the McHenry doctors' office with the addition of two spine specialists. Dr. Gregory Brebach and Dr. David Schneider are now accepting appointments in the McHenry office. Please call (847) 381-0388 for an appointment.

IBJI's McHenry doctors' office and OrthoAccess is located at 406 Front St., Suite 100, McHenry, IL 60050.

About Illinois Bone & Joint Institute

Illinois Bone & Joint Institute, is the largest independent physician-owned orthopedic practice in Illinois. IBJI is dedicated to providing accessible, compassionate, and comprehensive care to your family for every orthopedic specialty with leading-edge technology and innovative treatment options. For more information, please visit ibji.com.

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