Thank You Ortho OIC for Supporting Local News in Arlington

ARLnow is a free resource for the entire community thanks to the support of our advertisers.

We work hard to bring advertiser messages to you in a way that’s informational and not intrusive — no popups, no nonsense slowing down your computer, etc. — while making sure they’re actually seen. That way it’s a win for readers and a win for our advertisers.

While altruism isn’t necessarily the goal, our advertisers are providing a valuable service to the community by helping to support local journalism, and we want to recognize them for that.

Today we’re toasting Ortho OIC Orthopaedic Immediate Care, an orthopedics and Urgent Care facility at 1701 Clarendon Boulevard near Rosslyn that treats children and adults with acute orthopedic injuries, work-related musculoskeletal injuries, and provides bracing and casting services.

Here are some reasons we think they’re pretty awesome.

  • Online scheduling and walk in appointments are always welcome
  • Short wait times
  • Direct access to orthopedic specialists
  • Onsite digital x-ray and lab
  • “The office staff in super friendly and helpful. The office itself is extremely clean and has a nice vibe. Definitely recommend. Kimberly was very thorough with her diagnostic tests. Highly recommend.” – testimonial from Scott O.
  • They help ARLnow hire professional, full-time local news reporters and bring you the local happenings week in and week out

Please join us in thanking Ortho OIC Orthopaedic Immediate Care by visiting You can also contact them at 703-566-6359 or book an appointment online.

— The ARLnow business team

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