• Dr. Saar earns second straight
    'Best Doc' honor

    Dr. William E. Saar, a Tri Rivers orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon, was recognized
    as a “Best Doctor” for the second straight year by Pittsburgh Magazine.


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  • Learning about Cubital
    Tunnel Syndrome

    Pain in your funny bone is no laughing matter. Dr. Jamie Pfaeffle,
    Tri Rivers Hand and Upper Extremity Surgeon, discusses symptoms
    and treatment options for cubital tunnel syndrome.


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  • Listen and Learn

    Want to hear about the common causes of low back pain? Listen to Dr. Rainey's
    interview on Butler Radio to learn more about how he treats these issues.

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  • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Services

    Physical Medicine &
    Rehabilitation Services

    Our Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Physicians use nonsurgical methods
    to help patients achieve optimal function previously lost through injury or illness. 


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  • Rheumatology Services

    Rheumatology Services

    Our Rheumatology Team compassionately helps patients achieve their
    best quality of life by managing their complex, chronic conditions. 

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Join us at an upcoming community event and get to know our physicians and staff. Visit the events calendar for more information.


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 seven 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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