• Way to go,
    Top Doctors!

    This year, again, Tri Rivers Musculoskeletal Centers
    had five physicians recognized from three different
    specialties in Pittsburgh Magazine’s Top Doctors
    listing featured in the May issue.

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  • The Importance of 'Safe Pitching'

    With the warm weather in full swing, now is the perfect time to get outside and exercise.
    John M. Richmond, MD, Tri Rivers orthopedic sports medicine surgeon, shares his tips
    on how to avoid pitching-related injuries in baseball and softball.


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  • Healthcare continues
    universal masking

    As a healthcare organization and joint venture of UPMC and Butler Health System,
    Tri Rivers Musculoskeletal Centers maintains universal masking requirements and
    mitigation efforts across all of its facilities. Masks are required for all staff, patients
    and visitors regardless of vaccination status.


Our clinical team — comprised of 13 orthopedic surgeons, one primary care sports medicine specialist, five physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists (physiatrists) and two rheumatologists — covers the broad spectrum of musculoskeletal care. As part of the 50th anniversary celebration, click here to read about Dr. Agnew joining Tri Rivers in 1994.

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When renaming our practice, much consideration was given to select a name that more accurately reflects the broad scope of services and specialties we offer, including: orthopedic surgery and sports medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and rheumatology. Hip and knee reconstruction has always been an important orthopedic service line for Tri Rivers. 

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Staff at Tri Rivers Musculoskeletal Centers cares for patients in six convenient locations in Allegheny and Butler counties, including two offices each in the Butler and Cranberry communities, and one each in North Hills and Slippery Rock. As part of the 50th anniversary celebration, Tri Rivers commemorates its expansion to the 2nd floor of Passavant Medical Building T in 1996.

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