Tulsa Bone & Joint to break ground on Broken Arrow Clinic


Source: Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce

Tulsa Bone & Joint Associates, a full-service orthopedic and sports medicine practice, is pleased to announce the groundbreaking of a new clinic that will be opening in Broken Arrow in 2024.

The clinic will provide orthopedic urgent care services and scheduled orthopedic care, including follow-up care and physical therapy. Tulsa Bone & Joint Broken Arrow, located at 8458 SH-51 in Broken Arrow, is expected to open summer 2024. A groundbreaking is slated for Tuesday. 

Christopher Crane, M.D., will serve as the physician for the clinic. Dr. Crane joined Tulsa Bone & Joint in 2021 as a physician for the practice’s Sand Springs location. He is board certified through the American Board of Family Medicine with a subspecialty in sports medicine. Dr. Crane received his Fellowship in Sports Medicine from the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa. 

He was chief resident during his Sports Medicine Residency at the University of Texas at Tyler. He earned his MD from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. Dr. Crane is a graduate of Broken Arrow High School and the University of Tulsa.

The clinic will also offer physical therapy, allowing the residents of Broken Arrow, Coweta, and surrounding areas to receive care close to home.

The clinic and physical therapy space will also house an X-ray machine to allow for fast diagnoses and on-site evaluation and treatment. Tulsa Bone & Joint serves as team orthopedist for Broken Arrow High School and employs athletic trainers on site at the school.

“Tulsa Bone and Joint is excited to continue serving Broken Arrow and the surrounding communities through our new clinic in east Broken Arrow,” says Crane. “The clinic will allow us to provide quality orthopedic care for our patients conveniently closer to their homes or work. We will be offering comprehensive physical therapy at this location as well. We’re proud to be a part of this growing community.”

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