Information About Trauma and Injury Services

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University Urgent Care can perform foreign object removal for items stuck in the nose, ears, or under the skin (subcutaneous) to relieve discomfort.

Minor first- and second-degree burns to the skin caused by chemicals, fire, or electrical sources should be treated to minimize external damage.

Minor eye injuries (chemical burns, cuts, scratches, blunt trauma) should be assessed by a medical professional to avoid long-term complications.

Get fast medical care for injuries to your skin, including rashes, insect bites, and poison ivy, to treat discomfort, reactions, and infections.

Sports injuries, including concussions, joint dislocations, bone fractures, and sprains, can be diagnosed and treated at University Urgent Care.

Get a professional medical diagnosis and care for wound injuries, like cuts, lacerations, and animal bites, at University Urgent Care in Fort Worth.