Greater Pittsburgh Orthopaedic Associate Doctors - Steve and Duke Thomas
A true testament to the ideals developed by the Beadling Soccer Club, those of good sportsmanship, honesty, and loyalty, comes, in this case, in the form of two brothers. Steve and Duke Thomas. The Thomas brothers played for the Beadling Soccer Club for a total of eleven years. Both from Moon Township, they remain steadfast fans and supporters of Beadling.
Dr. Steve Thomas
Steve Thomas, a graduate of Moon High School, was a member of the Region I Championship Team and a McGuire Cup Finalist. He went on to have a successful soccer career at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. Obtaining his medical degree at the University of Pittsburgh; he completed his orthopaedic surgery training at Hamot Medical Center in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Duke Thomas
Duke Thomas played for the Beadling Soccer Club for six years, beginning at age thirteen. Duke graduated from Moon High School and majored in Chemical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. He obtained his medical degree at the Medical College of Virginia and completed his orthopaedic surgery training at the Medical University of South Carolina as well as Stanford University.
Steve and Duke greatly enjoyed their Beadling experience and wish to extend their services to all of the family and friends of the Beadling soccer community. Members of Greater Pittsburgh Orthopaedic Associates, they specialize in sports medicine, total joint replacement, and disorders of the spine. For more information, or to make an appointment with either Steve or Duke, please call 412-262-7800 or visit the GPOA website at www.gpoa.com.
Jimmy Kittleberger has played for Beadling for 15 years on many
of the senior mens' teams and over-40 teams. Jim is a devoted
Beadling supporter and has treated many Beadling players.
Jim's credentials speak for themselves, but he has never said "no"
to a Beadling player. He knows soccer injuries and how to
treat them. Beadling is fortunate to have Jim included in our staff.