Orthopaedic Institute

When your musculoskeletal system is working efficiently, you can do an endless number of things—from typing a work email to running in a marathon to cooking dinner. But injury, illness or normal wear and tear can take its toll on your body. Without expert treatment, it becomes difficult if not impossible to perform the daily activities we enjoy and so often take for granted.

At the Allegheny Health Network Orthopaedic Institute, we want to help you resume an active lifestyle, as quickly and safely as possible. Our multidisciplinary team of surgeons, physicians, nurses, physician assistants and rehabilitation specialists work together to develop a coordinated treatment plan specifically designed for each patient. We believe this model of care leads to better outcomes for you and other patients.

Here is why a growing number of people are turning to the Orthopaedic Institute for all their orthopaedic healthcare needs:

Nationally recognized experts
Our specialists are often among the first in the region and the nation to offer the latest orthopaedic techniques and technologies. We also are on the forefront of innovations in musculoskeletal research and continue to search for even more effective orthopaedic treatment options. To ensure a seamless continuum of care, our clinicians work closely with your primary care physician.

Friendly, personalized service
At the Orthopaedic Institute, we treat each patient as if they were a member of our own family. Our compassionate staff help ease the concerns of our patients and their families—allowing you to focus your attention on the healing process.

Care close to home
We provide a wide array of surgical and outpatient services at Allegheny General Hospital, Allegheny Valley Hospital, Canonsburg Hospital, Forbes Hospital, Jefferson Hospital, Saint Vincent Hospital and West Penn Hospital. To maximize patient comfort and convenience, we also offer office consultations, imaging services, and physical and occupational therapy services at a regional network of 12 centers spanning across western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio.