Author: Rosemary Buckle, M.D.
Many of my patients use their phones to track their exercise habits, diet, and other health goals… so, why not also use your phone (or computer) to schedule your next sports med appointment? Our team at Houston Institute for Sports Medicine & Orthopedics is proud to offer an easy-to-use online booking service that works for both new and established patients.
With InQuicker, you can schedule an appointment via the web at either of our two locations:
- Downtown Houston: 2000 Crawford Suite 1750, Houston, TX
- Houston Heights: 427 W. 20th Street, Suite 301, Houston, TX
InQuicker also allows you to view the full availability schedule for both myself and Nicole Ches, Physician Assistant, allowing you to pick the time that’s most convenient for your schedule.
Select a Time…
…and you’ll be prompted to tell us some very basic information, such as the reason for your visit and your health insurance plan. In the matter of just a few minutes, you can click ‘Continue’ and have your appointment on the books!
With InQuicker, there is…
- No phone call or hold time.
- No office hours to control when you can schedule your appointment.
- No on-the-spot pressure to select the day or time of your appointment.
- No scramble to gather all the information you need to complete the appointment request.
Once you confirm your appointment, you will receive a confirmation email from our office with directions to the facility you chose. If there are any specific instructions you need, they will be included in this confirmation email.
InQuicker Is Fast, Free & Easy to Use
Try scheduling your next appointment with a Houston sports med doc online via InQuicker. Use this link. You can also schedule your appointment using the “Book Appointment” tab at the top right of this website. Of course, new and established patients are always welcome to pick up the phone and call us! Schedule an appointment for either Houston location by calling (713) 756-5546.
Please consult with your physician before undertaking any form of medical treatment or adopting any exercise program or dietary guidelines.