Frank Congiusta, MD

Hip, Knee, ROSA® Knee Replacement, Total Joint Replacement

Frank Congiusta, MD

Specialty

Hip
Knee
Total Joint Replacement

Education

Medical School
Albany Medical College, graduating in 2000

Internship
Albany Medical Center

Fellowship
Anderson Orthopaedic Institute in Alexandria, Virginia for total joint replacements.

Residency
Albany Medical Center

Board Certifications

Orthopaedic Surgery

Albany
121 Everett Road
Albany, NY 12205

Phone : (518) 489-BONE(2663)
Fax : (518) 689-6106

Latham
711 Troy-Schenectady Road
Suite 111
Latham, NY 12110

Phone : (518) 489-BONE(2663)
Fax : (518) 220-9163

East Greenbush
2 Empire Drive
Suite 200
Rensselaer, NY 12144

Phone : (518) 489-BONE(2663)
Fax : (518) 286-9035

Delmar
250 Delaware Avenue
Suite 200
Delmar, NY 12054

Phone : (518) 489-BONE(2663)
Fax : (518) 935-2590

Orthopedic Surgeon in Albany, NY

Dr. Congiusta is a board-certified total joint surgeon whose interests include minimally invasive techniques, partial knee replacement, aggressive post-operative physical rehabilitation and complex reconstructive procedures. Dr. Congiusta is the Chief of Orthopaedics at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany, New York.

A board-certified total joint surgeon, Dr. Frank Congiusta was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. He received his undergraduate degree from Columbia University where he majored in Biology and played on the football team for four years. He then attended Albany Medical College, graduating in 2000 with honors. He stayed on at Albany Medical Center where he completed his Orthopaedic Surgical Residency. As a resident he developed a special interest in total hip and knee replacements. He then trained at the Anderson Orthopaedic Institute in Alexandria, Virginia where he received his fellowship training in total joint replacements under the guidance of world renowned joint replacement surgeons.

Dr. Congiusta’s present areas of interest include unicompartmental knee arthroplasty (or partial knee replacement), alternative bearing surfaces in total hip replacement (which will hopefully increase how long the replacement lasts, particularly in younger patients), minimally invasive techniques, aggressive post-operative physical rehabilitation to return total joint patients to activities as quickly as possible and complex reconstructive procedures (including redo?s or revision procedures).

He has also been recently trained in a new procedure called the Birmingham Hip Resurfacing procedure. Hip Resurfacing is a type of hip replacement which replaces the two surfaces of the hip joint while conserving bone. Dr. Congiusta has served as Chairman of the Board of the Northeastern New York Chapter of the Arthritis Association, He currently serves on the Executive Committee of OrthoNY, and is the Chairman of Orthopaedic Surgery at St. Peter’s Hospital.

 

Professional Achievements And Awards

New York State representative for the New England Orthopedic Society

Affiliations

Everett Rd Ambulatory Surgery Center

Executive Woods Ambulatory Surgery Center
St. Peter’s Hospital
Albany Memorial Hospital
Samaritan Hospital