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“I enjoy restoring my patients’ function and mobility.”
Dr. Pitts joined Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center in 2007. After receiving his doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from the Midwestern University, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Pitts went on to complete his residency at the University of Oklahoma – Tulsa. After residency, Dr. Pitts completed a fellowship in primary care sports medicine from the University of Oklahoma – Tulsa, College of Medicine.
When he’s not seeing patients at Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center, Dr. Pitts serves as team physician for Owasso High School, the Tulsa Drillers, The University of Tulsa, Oral Roberts University, and Northeastern State University. Outside of his practice, Dr. Pitts serves as Assistant Professor for The University of Oklahoma – Tulsa, School of Community Medicine-Family Medicine.
Dr. Pitts is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and the American Board of Family Medicine Certificate of Added Qualification – Sports Medicine.
"I am a freshman soccer player at Owasso High School. I severely strained my groin at practice on a Thursday afternoon. I showed my Mom right after practice and she took me to the clinic where my brother had physical therapy. It was already knotted up and I was in tears with the pain and the stress of possibly not being ready for the start of the high school season. Dr. Pitts saw me at 10 a.m. the next morning. When he told me I was out for at least two weeks and would miss my season opener, I was crushed and afraid I would lose my spot on the team. Dr. Pitts reassured me it would all be okay and asked if I would like for him to contact my coach. He contacted my coach that afternoon and it made all the difference! My coach knew I was serious about my recovery and that Dr. Pitts and my physical therapist were staying on top of things. He went above and beyond diagnosing my injury. I was back in two weeks competing with JV and Varsity!" -- Lauren M.
"In January 2012 I had stress fractures in my sacrum area and in the pelvic area they were painful and very limiting to what I could do. Dr. Pitts worked with me and I appreciate his concern about my condition. I have been on a walker for a while and I have found it difficult to buy groceries, but found that Brames could fulfill my groceries need with not much walking and would carry out my things to the car. I am still recovering and Dr. Pitts is working on getting me well again with physical therapy and monitoring my recovery." -- Sherel I.
"In September 2011, I had an ACL surgery on my knee. I went through A LOT of physical therapy and worked really hard to get back to playing football. I missed my entire freshman football season. It was a very long six months. In April 2012, I was released from the doctor to return to football. I was so happy!! Then, three weeks ago, my worst nightmare happened. I tore my ACL again! I will now miss my entire sophomore football season. I am so bummed. I have made the decision to quit football for good. My doctors are so great though. Dr. Pitts was so bummed for me. He knew my mom couldn't wait through the weekend to get the MRI results, so he called in a favor and had the results to us within an hour of the MRI. Then it was back to see Dr. Rahhal. We had a lot of questions about what my options were for my ACL surgery. He talked with us for quite a long time and didn't leave until all our questions were answered. As disappointing as this news was to me and my family and I was mad at Dr. Rahhal because I couldn't understand how this could happen to me again, I still think Dr. Rahhal is one of the best surgeons in Tulsa and Dr. Pitts is the best orthopedic doctor EVER!!" -- Keyton R.