Oswego Health Orthopedics team provides exceptional and comprehensive orthopedic services conveniently, right here in the community.
The Center for Orthopedic Care is the most advanced orthopedic office suite in Central New York at the Fulton Medical Center, where two experienced and talented orthopedic surgeons deliver personalized care. The suite features the latest digital technology and a comfortable and attractive environment in which to receive the best orthopedic care.
We pride ourselves on not only investing to make sure we have the best surgeons in the area but that they are equipped with state-of-the-art technology to ensure quality patient care. Oswego Health is the only provider in the county to offer new ligament-sparing total knee implant with CT-free, handheld, robotic-assisted surgery.
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- Total knee, hip and shoulder joint replacement
- Sports medicine
- Fracture trauma care
- Hand and wrist
- Elbow and shoulder
- Splinting, bracing, and casting
- Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or cortisone injections
- Foot taping or padding
- Alternatives to surgery
Complementing your orthopedic care is Oswego Health's excellent rehabilitation team. Our highly skilled therapists use a patient-centered approach to ensure your best outcome.
Dr. Banga has been practicing orthopedic care for the past 18 years, with his most recent position being at Auburn Community Hospital. He earned his medical degree from Punjab University in Chandigarh, India. He completed his residency at both the Army Command Hospital in Chandimandir, India, and McMaster University in orthopedics. In addition, Dr. Banga has completed fellowships in upper extremity and sports medicine. Along with performing surgeries, he serves as a clinical assistant professor of orthopedic surgery at Upstate Medical University.
Dr. Michael Diaz provides orthopedic care at the Center for Orthopedic Care. He earned his doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine where he also completed his orthopedic surgery internship and residency. There he specialized in sports medicine as he worked with the team physicians for the Philadelphia Eagles and Philadelphia 76s as well as total joint specialists from the University of Pennsylvania.
The CORI robotically assisted total and partial knee system incorporates state of the art hand held knee replacement instruments using 3D imaging of a patients’ knee. This permits the surgeon to capture patient specific information, establish spatial boundaries for the surgical instruments, and allow for a more accurate total or partial knee replacement.
This system also assists in proper balancing of the ligaments in a knee and accurately positioning the implants, leading to potentially better outcomes and longevity of the implant.
Dr. Diaz was instrumental in bringing this state of the art technology to Oswego Health and has extensive experience in performing this level of surgery.
Rahul Shinde earned his physician assistant degree from Upstate Medical Center, graduating with high honors. He previously earned his bachelor of medicine bachelor of surgery from NDMVPS Medical College in Nasik, India. He completed his internship at Nasik Civil Hospital, also in India.
Brandon Weaver, PA, has been an orthopedic physician assistant for the past seven years with 18 years’ experience as a physician assistant, with his most recent position being at Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists. He earned his Bachelor of Science from the Physician Assistant Program at the Rochester Institute of Technology RIT in 2002. When he’s not in the office seeing patients or assisting in surgery, you can find Weaver on the lacrosse field as he currently is the head varsity coach in Fulton.