Concentra Urgent Care

in Pittsburgh, PA

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4390 Campbells Run Rd
Pittsburgh, PA 15205

Hours of operation

  • Monday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Tuesday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Thursday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Saturday UNKNOWN
  • Sunday UNKNOWN

About Concentra Urgent Care

Concentra Urgent Care is an urgent care center in Pittsburgh, PA located at 4390 Campbells Run Rd. They are open 5 days a week seeing walk-in patients in Pittsburgh and offer extended hours. Concentra Urgent Care is part of the larger Concentra Urgent Care network of urgent care clinics with a total of 299 locations, 3 of which are within 20 miles of Pittsburgh, in cities including .

As an urgent care center, Concentra Urgent Care provides non-emergent medical care most typically referred to as urgent care services. This category of medicine includes the treatment of allergies, asthma, broken bones and sprains, burns, cold and flu symptoms, ear, sinus and respiratory infections, insect and animal bites, stomach viruses, skin rashes and most other non-life threatening injuries, illnesses and conditions. Additionally common health assessments are typical service offerings including annual and school physicals and Pittsburgh. While this urgent care does offer assistance with immediate health care needs, if you are suffering from a true medical emergency, go to the emergency room in Pittsburgh, PA or call 911 immediately.

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  • Posted on November 21, 2014 | Visited this location November 19, 2014
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    Major Back / Lumbar strain

    Its sad to say my experience here was worse than horrible. That's what you get when large companies contract with workman's comp insurance providers. Back to work unless you have body parts hanging from your body. I could barely walk into the place after injuring my back. The spasms were so bad the pain was like having the worst leg cramp you every had times 10 but in your back. I'm no stranger to pain. I have a high tolerance for it. Been riding motorcycles since 1971. Have had a few surgeries to repair alnuar nerve damage in my elbow and reattach a triangular meniscus in my wrist. If I have to seek medical help I am most defiantly injured badly. Otherwise I don't bother with the health system. They did take x-rays and said nothing was broken. Although I never saw the x-rays. They did prescribe muscle relaxers and a anti inflammatory, but then said you need physical therapy. This was less than 6 hours after the injury. All my experience was when you strain something you give it a few days till the major pain has gone then start therapy. I confirmed this with my doctor and through every other means and they all agree. This made me suspicious about their operating procedures. Sounds to me they want to make serious money from the workman's comp insurance billing for therapy. At any rate when you strain a muscle no matter what it is you wait minimum 2-3 days till the inflammation and major pain subsides until therapy should start. Some cases up to a month. Bottom line they sent me back to work the very next day.My work is not easy. It involves lifting and moving furniture around all day. Needless to say after their therapy my back spasmed all nite with debilitating pain, I got 0 sleep and no way I could make it to work let alone walk normally. I went back for a follow up today and the woman doctor walked in and asked how I was doing. I looked at her face and her eyes were about fully closed if not fully. I asked if she was ok. She said " No that she was dizzy" I was blown away when she kept pushing physical therapy. I was like I will do PT but not until the pain and inflammation has subsided. Needless to say I will not be walking through there door ever again. This isn't health care its big business all about the money nothing more, nothing less.