Dr. Thomas Burnett MD graduated cum laude from the University of Dayton in 2002 with a degree in pre-medicine. In 2007, he graduated from the University of Toledo College of Medicine after receiving the United States Air Force HPSP (Health Professions Scholarship Program) scholarship.
After completing a year of intern residency at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, he served 3 years as a flight surgeon for the 178th Fighter Wing and 445th Airlift Wing at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio.
He was awarded the Commendation Medal in June 2011 for achievements while deployed to Afghanistan in 2010, where Dr. Burnett served as a validating flight surgeon of Regional Command South.
After his honorable discharge, he returned to Pittsburgh and UPMC to complete his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Physiatry). After graduating in 2014, Dr. Thomas Burnett became the Medical Director of Legacy Medical Centers dedicated himself to becoming one of the top Regenerative Medicine Doctors for joint and tendinopathy pain in Pittsburgh.
He then opened up Regeneration Pittsburgh in Wexford, PA with the vision of changing how patients are treated for pain and helping athletes of all levels achieve new peak performance.
His concentration and passion is centered on sports and regenerative medicine as well as concussion management. He’s performed over 500 successful stem cell and regenerative medicine procedures and has quickly become recognized as one of the foremost Regenerative Medicine specialists in the Pittsburgh area.