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Rome Health welcomes SOS hip and knee joint replacement specialists

Posted 6/24/22

Rome Health is collaborating with Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists (SOS) to expand local access to leading edge hip and knee joint care in Rome. 

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Rome Health welcomes SOS hip and knee joint replacement specialists

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ROME — Rome Health is collaborating with Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists (SOS) to expand local access to leading edge hip and knee joint care in Rome. 

SOS orthopedic surgeons, Dr. Stephen P. Bogosian, Dr. Max R. Greenky, Dr. Kevin A. Kopko, and Dr. Anthony M. Orio will work together with Rome Health’s orthopedic team at Rome Health Orthopedics & Sports Medicine to perform hip and knee total joint replacement procedures.   

According to the announcement, Rome Health representatives said its team of joint replacement surgeons is dedicated to empowering patients to reclaim their body’s natural movement and enjoy a life without pain. Surgical and non-surgical treatments will be available in Rome, including therapeutic injections.

“At Rome Health, we partner with the best out there because we believe great health care should be within reach of each and every member of our community,” said Rome Health Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Mark Moriarty.

The SOS team focuses on evidence-based protocols and pathways to better manage pain, minimize the risk of complications and provide the best outcomes for patients. For more than 10 years, SOS has monitored hip, knee and spine surgery patients through their patient registry. Joint replacement patients complete validated outcome measures that assess their pain and physical function, and SOS meets or exceeds benchmarks on all of these scoring instruments, said President and Chief Executive Officer AnneMarie W. Czyz.

Because physical therapy contributes to the best patient outcomes, surgical patients will meet with Rome Health’s therapy team prior to surgery to create their rehabilitation plan and schedule their first post-operative appointment, said Czyz.

The SOS team of joint replacement surgeons who will be treating patients in Rome are:

Dr. Stephen P. Bogosian earned a bachelor’s degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point and his medical degree from SUNY Medical Center. His post-graduate training was completed in California, New York and Massachusetts, including his Adult Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship at New England Baptist Hospital. Bogosian served four years in the military. He has extensively published and presented orthopedic research.

Dr. Max R. Greenky completed a fellowship in Adult Reconstruction Surgery at Duke University Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. He completed his residency and internship at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia where he was named Academic Chief Resident in 2019. He received his medical degree from the Sydney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University and received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania, graduating magna cum laude. 

Dr. Kevin A. Kopko earned his medical degree from Penn State College of Medicine and completed an orthopedic residency at Stony Brook University Hospital. Kopko has completed a fellowship in joint replacement surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital, part of the Harvard combined orthopedic surgery program, in Boston. 

Dr. Anthony M. Orio is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon who completed an Adult Reconstruction Fellowship at the NYU Langone Medical Center/Hospital for Joint Diseases and the Insall Scott Kelly (ISK) Institute. Orio was the administrative chief resident while completing his orthopedic residency at Boston University, and he received his medical degree from the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

Rome Health Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is located in Chestnut Commons, 107 E. Chestnut St., Suite 106. Appointments may be made by calling Rome Health at 315-338-9200.

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