Splinting & Braces

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To ensure proper healing, it's crucial to determine the type of splint or brace that suits your injury. Newport Center Urgent Care can assist you with this, along with other comprehensive services that we offer to serve our community.

At Newport Center Urgent Care, we offer custom splinting and braces for a variety of conditions. Whether you're dealing with a sprained ankle or a broken bone, we can help. We offer custom made splints and braces that are specifically designed to fit your needs.
Splints and braces serve different purposes.


A splint is typically used to immobilize an injured area so that it can heal properly.


A brace, on the other hand, is often used to provide support and stability to an area that is healing from an injury.
The type of splint or brace you need will depend on the specific condition you're dealing with. Our trained staff will be able to help you choose the right splint or brace for you.
If you are dealing with a broken bone, we can custom make a splint to fit your specific needs. We'll take into account the type of break you have, the location of the injury, and any other factors that may be relevant. Our top priority is to ensure the comfortability and ease of wearing the splint, so that you can heal as quickly as possible.
The same can be said for a sprained ankle. We will assess the severity of the sprain, its location, and anything else that may contribute to the injury. We want to ensure that treatment is properly worn, and that there is no discomfort.
At our facility, it is of the utmost importance to have you properly heal from your injuries. Let us hasten your recovery with our expert experience in dealing with splints and braces for you in Orange County CA.


Custom splints are an effective way to treat many different types of injuries. They can be used to immobilize a joint, support a limb, or protect a wound. Custom splints are often used in conjunction with other treatments, such as physical therapy, to help patients recover from their injuries.


Custom knee braces are designed to provide support and stability to the knee joint, helping to prevent or treat a variety of conditions, including arthritis, meniscus tears, ligament injuries, and patellofemoral pain syndrome. There are a number of different types of custom knee braces available on the market, all of which offer different levels of support and protection. You want to ensure that the brace is appropriate for your specific condition.


Custom leg braces are designed to meet the specific needs of each individual patient. They are made from high-quality materials and are customized to fit each patient's unique anatomy. They are an important part of the rehabilitation process for many patients. They provide support and stability while the patient is learning to walk again. Custom leg braces also help to prevent further injury by protecting the injured leg from further damage.


There are many reasons to visit an urgent care center for a splint. First, urgent care centers have the necessary medical equipment and supplies to provide proper care. Second, the staff at urgent care centers are trained to treat patients with splints. Third, urgent care centers provide a convenient and affordable option for patients who need immediate treatment.


Specializing in urgent care splinting for the Orange County area, we know how important it is to recover from your injury. Dr. Doonan & his experiened team know how to get you the medical care you need most for splinting & braces.

At Newport Center Urgent Care, we offer custom splinting and braces for a variety of conditions. We can create a custom knee brace or leg braces. We also offer a variety of off-the-shelf braces for common conditions.
If you're not sure which type of splint or brace you need, our experienced staff can help you choose the right one for your condition. We'll also provide instructions on how to properly use and care for your new splint or brace.

Whether you need a custom-made splint or an off-the-shelf brace, Newport Center Urgent Care can help you get the treatment you need. Stop by our office today for all your splinting and bracing needs.
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Find out answers to the most commonly asked urgent care questions to help you and your family get the best possible medical care in southern CA.

What is the difference between splint and brace?

The main difference between a splint and brace is the use. A brace often has additional features that allow it to be used in more situations than just injury recovery, but they serve much of the same purpose- to hold your body part still after an accident or surgery.

Can I wear a splint with braces?

There are a few things to consider when wondering if you can wear a splint with a brace. The first is the type of brace you are using. Some braces, like those for an ankle injury, can be worn with a splint. Others, like a knee brace, may not be able to be worn with a sprint. Another thing to consider is the type of injury you are trying to heal. For some injuries, like a broken bone, it is important to keep the area immobilized. This means that you would not be able to wear a splint with a brace. However, for other injuries, like a sprained ankle, wearing a splint with a brace may help speed up the healing process.

What is the purpose of brace or splint?

A splint or brace can help to: - immobilize an injured body part - reduce pain - decrease swelling - prevent further injury

What are 3 things you should not do while splinting?

1. Don't over-tighten the straps. The straps on your splint should be snug but not too tight. If they are too tight, it can cause discomfort and impair circulation.

2. Don't place the splint over an area that is already swollen or bruised. The splint should be placed on the uninjured side of the body to avoid further irritation.

3. Don't leave the splint on for longer than recommended. Depending on the type of splint, you may only need to wear it for a few hours or overnight. If you leave the splint on for too long, it can cause skin irritation.

How long should a splint stay on?

Typically a splint will stay on for a few days to weeks, depending upon the severity of the injury.

Is a splint supposed to hurt?

The answer, unfortunately, is not black and white. It really depends on the individual case and what is causing the pain. In some cases, the pain may be due to an improper fit or incorrect placement of the splint. In other cases, the pain may be caused by the underlying condition that the splint is meant to treat.

Are wrist splints permanent?

There is no definitive answer to whether wrist splints are permanent or not. This is because the decision of whether to keep a splint on permanently or not depends on the individual's situation and needs. Some people may only need to use a splint for a short period of time, while others may need to use one permanently.
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