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West Cary-Panther Creek Orthopedic Doctor’s Office

Clinic: 6715 McCrimmon Parkway Suite 205 Cary, NC 27519

Physical Therapy: 5035 Arco Street Cary, NC 27519

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We are located in the UNC Health Care Panther Creek campus at the corner of Highway 55 and McCrimmon Parkway.

Orthopedic Clinic:
By Appointment
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Physical Therapy:
By Appointment
Monday and Wednesday: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm
Tuesday and Thursday: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Friday: 7:00 am to 2:00 pm
*Please note: This is our West Cary Physical Therapy page.
Orthopedic Urgent Care:
By Appointment
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
*Please note: Walk-in appointments for Urgent Care are no longer available.
Please call 919-781-5600 for available, same-day appointments.
Special Office Hours:
There are currently no non-holiday office closings.
We are closed for:
New Year’s Day
Labor Day
Memorial Day
Thanksgiving Day
Independence Day
Christmas Day

Location Overview

About our West Cary-Panther Creek Office

The West Cary-Panther Creek office continues Raleigh Orthopaedic’s 100-year tradition of providing the Triangle community with thorough orthopedic care. We are easily accessed at the corner of McCrimmon Parkway and route 55, just north of Carpenter. 

Patients can use this office for both appointments with our orthopedic specialists as well as orthopedic urgent care. Urgent care does not require an appointment and is commonly used to treat: broken bones/fractures, sports injuries, sprains & strains, trips, slips & falls, minor dislocations, recent injuries to the back & neck, shoulder, elbow, hand & wrist, hip, knee, and foot & ankle. For conditions requiring long-term treatment or surgery, or if you wish to see a specific doctor, please reference the available team below.

Why choose us

Why Choose Raleigh Orthopaedic in West Cary-Panther Creek?

Raleigh Orthopaedic aims to provide the West Cary-Panther Creek area with a standard of care that exceeds your expectations. Our team consistently refines their methods based on the latest developments in medical technology and research, ensuring that your treatment plan will provide you with better outcomes and shorter recovery times. We focus on establishing relationships with our patients and encourage you to take an active role in your recovery. To help build trust, we survey our patients up to a year after surgery. For those looking to learn more about our quality of care, we encourage you to read our reviews for both our doctors and location below.

Additional Information

Additional Location Information

Please come to your first appointment 30 minutes early with your photo ID, insurance card and if applicable, any images or scans related to your visit. If your insurance plan has a copay, that will be collected at time of check-in. At your first appointment with Raleigh Orthopaedic, you will be expected to complete new patient forms, including a medical history questionnaire. You can update your demographics and fill out your new patient forms prior to your appointment through our Patient Portal. These forms will be used to get a baseline overview of pre-existing conditions and a better initial understanding of where and how you’re experiencing pain or discomfort. Conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis, anemia, obesity, hypertension, and diabetes may all impact both diagnosis and treatment plan options.


Board Certified, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Subspecialty Certification in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, Certificate of Added Qualification in Hand Surgery

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