Dr. Sillah is the founder of the Macon Orthopaedics & Integrative Sports Medicine Center which was established in July 2010. He is a graduate of St. Matthew's University School of Medicine. He completed a family medicine residency at Southwest Georgia Family Medicine Residency Program in Albany, Georgia. After completing a full year of employment at Phoebe Convenient Care in Albany, he went and pursued a fellowship training in sports medicine.
Dr. Sillah completed his sports medicine training at St. Vincent Sports Medicine Fellowship Program in Erie, Pennsylvania. He completed an undergraduate degree in Biotechnology at York College, City University of New York. He worked as research associate at Albert Einstein College of Medicine working on gene therapy for bladder and erectile dysfunction before embarking on training in family medicine.
Dr. Sillah is board-certified in Sports Medicine and Family Practice. He has specialized training in concussion management, manual medicine, musculoskeletal ultrasound and regenerative therapy/prolotherapy.
Dr. Sillah has worked at Albany Arthritis and Orthopaedic Center for two years and served as a team physician for the former Southwest Georgia Wild Cats Arena Football Team, Deerfield Windsor College Prep School, Albany High School and Worth County High School. He has also served as volunteer physician for the Albany Marathon.
During his sports medicine training, he served as an assistant team physician at Mercy Hurst College (Division I Ice Hockey and Division II All Sports) and Mercy Hurst Prep High School. He also assisted covering various athletic events such as the Presque Isle Triathlon, Presque Isle Horse Race, Endiboro Bike Race, Keystone Games and Erie Marathon.
Dr. Sillah has been involved with several medical mission trips to medically underserved regions in the world which include Haiti after the earthquake, Ghana, Guinea and provided medical care to Katrina victims.
He is an active member of the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine, American College of Sports Medicine, American Academy of Family Practice and Georgia Academy of Family Practice. He is a staff physician at Macon Northside Coliseum and Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospitals.
Dr. Sillah is a vivid soccer fan. He played at both the collegiate and semi-professional levels. He helped as volunteer soccer coach at Deerfield Windsor College Prep School and Albany YMCA. He also enjoys weightlifting, running and traveling.