• Slippery Rock moves on!

    Congrats to The Rock football team on another great playoff win over
    the weekend! They've now advanced to the NCAA Division II Playoff
    Semifinals this Saturday against Minnesota State University. Two of
    our physicians, Drs. Megan Groh Miller and John Richmond, serve as
    team physicians for Slippery Rock. Dr. Miller is pictured with Slippery Rock
    football athletic trainer Scott Morrison. We wish The Rock the best of luck
    on their quest toward a championship!

  • Holiday Office Hours 2019

    All Tri Rivers offices will be closed Wednesday, Dec. 25, in observance of Christmas
    and Wednesday, Jan. 1, in observance of New Year's Day. In addition, our Slippery Rock
    office will be closed the entire week of Dec. 23, and our Butler-Clearview office will be
    closed from Dec. 24-26 but will reopen Dec. 27. Click below for more details.

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  • Dr. Szabo instructs at
    AAPMR Annual Assembly

    Dr. Joshua Szabo, a Tri Rivers sports medicine and shoulder surgeon, recently served as a
    course presenter and course moderator for "Meniscus Update: Evolving Research Models
    and Clinical Practice." The course was part of the American Academy of Physical Medicine
    and Rehabilitation's Annual Assembly in San Antonio, Texas.
  • Paddling for a Purpose

    After learning she had breast cancer, Debbi Moon, a Tri Rivers senior practice manager,
    knew she had to fight. Little did she know where her battle would take her next.
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  • A Record-Breaking Detour

    Growing up, the plan for Christopher Edwards, MD, was always the same: 
    Go to college to study medicine. The plan was never to become a star
    college quarterback. But sometimes, life takes you on a little detour before
    you reach your ultimate destination.


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Our clinical team — comprised of 13 orthopedic surgeons, two primary care sports medicine specialists, six physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists (physiatrists) and two rheumatologists — covers the broad spectrum of musculoskeletal care.

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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.

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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, Saxonburg and Slippery Rock.

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