From the most common ailments to never-before-seen procedures, the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery is working to revolutionize the way the world looks at medicine.
Our orthopaedic surgeons:
At the same time, we’re using this experience to present at international conferences and to educate future doctors right here at home.
As part of a vast network, UPMC in Pittsburgh, Pa., has:
As part of the University of Pittsburgh Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, we’re performing cutting-edge research to open up endless possibilities. It’s little wonder the department is the starting ground for doctors and scientists from around the world, many of whom stay within t he UPMC network.
From sports and everyday injuries to the most severe cases of hand, elbow, or shoulder trauma, we treat it all at the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
A comprehensive treatment plan means we follow your progress and provide the care you need from start to finish.
This plan involves not just your surgeon from the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, but a whole network of support staff — from collaboration with other subspecialists to rehabilitation and home care.
In the area of surgery, we offer the following procedures to treat hand, elbow, and shoulder conditions:
Department of Orthopaedic SurgeryKaufmann Medical Building 3471 Fifth Ave., Suite 1010Pittsburgh, PA 15213412-687-3900
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