Orthopedic Sports Medicine & Spine Care Institute
1001 South Kirkwood Rd. Suite 120, St. Louis, MO 63122
Exchange services are for after-hours emergencies only. Prescription refills will not be addressed. Click here for more information about after hours emergencies.
The Orthopedic Sports Medicine & Spine Care Institute (OSMSCI) is conveniently located at Kirkwood Rd and Big Bend Rd. (Note: Kirkwood Road is actually the name of Lindbergh Blvd./US-67/US-61 as it passes through the City of Kirkwood.)
OSMSCI offers complimentary parking in the front and rear of our building. In the event that you park in the rear, you will enter through our building’s common area and veer to the right when you come to a large staircase, which will lead you directly to our office.
OSMSCI has two wheelchairs to assist you from your car to our office or vice versa. They are located in the front of our building in the vestibule. Please notify our receptionist in the event they that are both in use.
Scheduling an Appointment
Dr. Corey G. Solman, Jr. sees patients by appointment as their orthopedic doctor in St. Louis during regular office hours.
When you come for your appointment please remember to obtain and bring the following:
- Drivers License or Valid ID
- Insurance Information
- Referral Letter (If Required)
- Medical Records, X-rays, MRIs, CT Scans, and Any Other Relevant Information
- List of medications (If Any)
New patients should arrive a half hour before scheduled appointments to complete any necessary paperwork.
If you need to cancel an appointment with our orthopedic doctor in St. Louis, please telephone the office during business hours and allow at least 1 day’s notice so that we can offer your appointment time to patients on our waiting list.
Insurance & Payment Information
We participate in most insurance and managed care plans. As providers for these carriers, we are happy to file insurance claims for patients. If insurance requires a referral or authorization prior to treatment, patient will be responsible for obtaining information from primary care physician. If insurance carrier requests additional information, please provide information as soon as possible so that the claim can be paid in a timely manner. In the event treatment is a result of an auto accident or other third party liability, we will be glad to file a claim to patient’s group health insurance carrier, but we do not accept third party liability insurance. Our billing staff will be glad to assist in answering questions regarding coverage, billing and insurance or if special arrangements need to be made.
Co-payments, deductibles and payment for any non-covered services from our St. Louis orthopedic doctor are due at appointment. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.
Our billing staff will be glad to assist in answering questions regarding coverage, billing and insurance or if special arrangements need to be made.
Questions for the Doctor
If you have any questions regarding your diagnosis, treatment or surgical procedure, please call the office during regular office hours. Dr. Corey G. Solman, Jr. or a member of his staff will return your call promptly.
Prescriptions & Refills
Requests for all prescriptions and refills must be made during regular office hours. When you need medication refills please contact your pharmacy at least two days in advance. Narcotic refills cannot be filled outside office hours. Please be advised that some medications require a written prescription. If this is the case, it will be mailed to you or may be picked up at our office.
Please call the exchange for the following reasons:
- The patient has a fever greater than 102 degrees.
- The patient experiences shortness of breath or chest pain.
- The patient experiences significant calf pain.
- The surgical site is extremely swollen and is not improved with elevation (For legs, toes must be elevated above the nose. Arms
- must be elevated above the heart).
- The incision is fire engine RED (pinkish is to be expected), HOT (not warm) and extremely painful to move (more than in previous days).
- There is purulent drainage coming from the incision.
- The extremity is cold to touch and blue.
- The patient experiences intolerance to prescribed medications (nausea, vomiting, rash, itching).
- Casts or postoperative splints create numbness or pressure areas that are not eliminated with ice and elevation.
Please DO NOT Call the exchange for the following:
- To request medication refills. Please monitor the amount of medication you are taking and request a refill prior to 4pm. After 4pm, refill requests will be addressed the next business day. No refills will be called in over the weekend.
- To schedule St. Louis orthopedic doctor’s appointments.
- To initiate physical therapy.
- To schedule a diagnostic exam.
- To obtain MRI results.
- To request a weekend injection.
- To ask questions regarding work comp claims, return to work, or “Letters” that have been requested to be written.