Aaron J. Bianco, MD
Dr. Bianco performs surgeries at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Crouse Hospital and Specialists’ One-Day Surgery
Dr. Bianco is a board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopedic spine surgeon. He received his medical degree from Chicago Medical School, his master’s of science in applied physiology from Chicago Medical School, and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota- Minneapolis. He also finished a fellowship involving all aspects of spine care at Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital. He has a particular interest in treating adult spinal problems, including degenerative, trauma, tumors, deformities, and infections.
Dr. Bianco takes a compassionate approach to each patient and provides them with detailed information about their condition, expected outcomes, and all treatment possibilities, surgical or not.
Aaron Bianco, MD is trained in the latest minimally invasive surgical techniques, including use of the iFuse Implant System® from SI-BONE. Learn more here.
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University of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN, BA in Physiology, May 2000
Chicago Medical School, Chicago IL, MS in Applied Physiology, May 2002
Chicago Medical School, Chicago IL, Doctor of Medicine, May 2006
ORTHOPEDIC RESIDENCY TRAINING
SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse NY, Orthopedic Surgery Residency, June 2011
ORTHOPEDIC FELLOWSHIP TRAINING
Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence RI, Orthopedic Spine Surgical Fellowship, August 2012
General Surgical Training
SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse NY, General Surgery, June 2007
State of New York
State of Rhode Island
Professional Society Memberships
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery New York State Orthopedic Society
Active Research Trials: Positional Effects of Transforaminal Interbody Placement at the L5JSl Intervertebral Disc Space: A Biomechanical Study
Biomechanics of Direct Transverse Plane Vertebral Derotation: Do Bicortical Pedicle Screws Make a Difference? -A Cadaveric Study.
Lavelle W, Bianco A, Mason R, Albanese S, Betz R Pediatric Disc Herniations. (Accepted for publication 9/1020~ Journal of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons)
Morgan PM, LaPrade RF, Wentorf FA, Cook JW, Bianco A. The Role of the Oblique Popliteal Ligament and Other Structures in Preventing Knee Hyperextension. American Journal Of Sports Medicine. May 2010,38(5) 550-557
Bianco A. Lavelle W; Stretch Induced Lumbar Nerve Root Injury. Complications in Spine Surgery. In Press
"Positional Effects of Transforaminal Interbody Placement at the L5JSl Intervertebral Disc Space: A Biomechanical Study North American Spine Society Annual Meeting- Orlando FL: 10/2010
"Motion Preservation in Spine Surgery." Orthopedic Grand Rounds - SUNY Upstate Medical University: 9/2010
"Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy in Orthopaedics. Does it Make a Difference?" Orthopaedic Grand Rounds - SUNY Upstate Medical University: 6/2009
"Pediatric Disc Herniations." Orthopaedic Grand Rounds - SUNY Upstate Medical University”: 6/2009
''The Halo Fixator." Orthopedic Grand Rounds - SUNY Upstate Medical University: 2/2009
"Perioperative Considerations in Rheumatoid Patients Undergoing Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty." Orthopaedic Grand Rounds- SUNY Upstate Medical University: 7/2008
''Talar Neck Fractures." Orthopaedic GrandRounds- SUNY Upstate Medical University: 1/2008
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