• New Year, New You

    One of the most common New Year's resolutions is going to the gym, exercising more or losing
    weight. Sticking to a workout plan requires discipline and vigilance - especially if you're a newcomer.
    Luckily, Tri Rivers physicians have some tips for you to remain healthy in the new year.
    Click below to read more.

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  • Martin Luther King Jr.
    Day Office Hours

    Tri Rivers will be closed Monday, Jan. 17, in observance
    of
    Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Patients should submit their
    prescription refill requests accordingly to allow adequate
    time for processing.

  • Staying Healthy on the Slopes

    Winter is upon us, and that means it's time to hit the slopes. Dr. Josh Szabo, Tri Rivers
    orthopedic sports medicine specialist and U.S. Ski & Snowboard physician, shares his tips on
    preparing for winter sports.

     
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  • Hand and Upper Extremity Care

    Because your hands and wrists are at work nearly every minute of the day, you need immediate
    attention when they're in pain. Reach out to our hand and Upper Extremity Care team, who
    diagnose and treat a wide variety of complex conditions. Click below to read more.

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  • UPMC and Tri Rivers reinforce
    universal masking

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

Join us as Tri Rivers celebrates 50 years of patient care

Physicians

Our clinical team — comprised of 12 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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Specialties

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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Locations

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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