Our community orthopaedic surgeons offer a broad spectrum of orthopaedic care to help patients find relief from musculoskeletal illnesses and injuries.
And with office locations in Monroeville and at UPMC Mercy, these doctors bring expert orthopaedic services to the community setting.
In the area of orthopaedics, UPMC is consistently recognized as a top provider.
From acute and chronic pain to trauma-related orthopaedic injuries, UPMC offers the broadest range of specialty services in western Pennsylvania — all backed by:
Our goal is to get you back to your life again as quickly as possible.
Our multidisciplinary team focuses on:
Our community orthopaedic surgeons diagnose and treat many orthopaedic conditions.
These include conditions of the:
The goal of our community orthopaedic surgoens is to get you back to your life again as quickly as possible.
We offer services and solutions for orthopaedic conditions that minimize pain while maximizing your rang e of motion and well-being.
Treatments and services include:
These are just a few of the many services we offer.
For questions on whether one of our community orthopaedic surgeons can help you, contact us to schedule an appointment.
UPMC Mercy1350 Locust St., Suite 220Pittsburgh, PA 15219412-687-3900
UPMC at Oxford Drive (Monroeville)600 Oxford Drive, Suite 200Pittsburgh, PA 15146412-858-0380
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