Operation Walk Pittsburgh provides free hip and knee replacements for people that don't have access to life-improving care for arthritis.
Headed by Tony DiGioia, MD, we bring our expert bone and joint care to developing countries and across the U.S.
Each mission trip involves a team of surgeons, nurses, and others who provide free joint replacements and bone and joint health education.
We work alongside local health care teams to share knowledge and expertise and promote an exchange of culture and medicine.
Many volunteers for each Operation Walk Pittsburgh mission are UPMC staff.
Now for both community members and providers, we've worked with local medical partners on more than a dozen learning events.
These health workshops address cutting-edge topics on:
All Bone and Joint Health Series events are free to attend and occur a few times a year.
Every other year, we invite former Bone and Joint Center patients to gather for an afternoon of fun, games, and food.
Held at local Pittsburgh venues like Heinz Field and the Pittsburgh Zoo, the event:
To schedule an appointment, or to learn more about the full range of services for women and men at Magee, call 412-641-8609 or fill out our online contact form.