Dr. Stephen A Albanese MD
Orthopaedic Surgeon (Pediatric) | Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery6620 Fly Road Suite 200 East Syracuse NY, 13057
Dr. Stephen Albanese is a pediatric orthopaedic surgeon practicing in East Syracuse, NY. Dr. Albanese specializes in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries, diseases and disorders of the bodys musculoskeletal system in children. As a pediatric orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Albanese tends to childrens bones, ligaments, muscles, joints, nerves and tendons. Pediatric orthopaedic surgeons can treat newborns to teenagers. Some conditions Dr. Albanese treats include gait abnormalities like limping, limp and spine deformities, broken bones and bone and joint infections.
Education and Training
University At Buffalo SUNY School Of Med and Biomedical Sciences Buffalo Ny 1980
University at Buffalo State University of New York School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences 1980
Orthopaedic SurgeryAmerican Board of Orthopaedic SurgeryABOS
- Return to play after cervical spine injury.
- Pulsed color-flow Doppler analysis of arterial deficiency in idiopathic clubfoot.
- Bone formation near direct current electrodes with and without motion.
- The effects of fat interposition for central-physeal defects. A histologic study in rabbits.
- Pediatric disk herniation.
- Electromagnetic effects on bone formation at implants in the medullary canal in rabbits.
- Patient satisfaction surveys: an evaluation of POSNA members' knowledge and experience.
- Chronic C1-C2 Rotatory Subluxation Reduced by C1 Lateral Mass Screws and C2 Translaminar Screws: A Case Report.
- Fifteen to twenty-five year functional outcomes of twenty-two patients treated with posterior Cotrel-Dubousset type instrumentation: a limited but detailed review of outcomes.
- Supracondylar Fracture Practice Improvement Module.
- Electronic Medical Record Use and Satisfaction Among Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeons.
- Wrist pain and distal growth plate closure of the radius in gymnasts.
- Early clinical experience with the Syracuse I-Plate: an anterior spinal fixation device.
- Spine deformity in familial dysautonomia (Riley-Day syndrome).
- Bone growth after osteotomy and internal fixation in young rabbits.
- Broken Arm, Clavicle Fracture (broken Collarbone), Broken Elbow And More
- Cerebral Palsy
- Birth Defects
- Abnormal Gait
- The Hosp-Sick Children, Orthopedic Surgery; U Hosp-Suny Hlth Sci Ctr, Orthopedic Surgery; Kaleida Hlth Sys-Buffalo Gen, General Surgery
- SUNY Upstate Medical University Affiliated Hospitals 1985
- Buffalo General Hospital 1981
- The Hospital for Sick Children
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