Dr Drynan is an adult and paediatric shoulder, elbow and knee surgeon, who grew up on a dairy farm in Queensland and completed his Mechanical Engineering and Medical degrees at the University of Queensland. After graduating Medical school and working throughout Queensland, he completed two years of Orthopaedic training in Queensland, and then the final two and a half years in Sydney. He was awarded Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons, Fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association in 2019, through an accelerated timeframe, just over 4 years.
Dr Drynan completed multiple subspecialty Fellowship training obtaining the skills to deal with multiple complex orthopaedic conditions.
During his time in Canada, he was awarded the Teachers Chair Award for greatest contribution to teaching by a Fellow, published text book chapters and scientific articles. Here he worked with Dr Christian Veillette, Dr Timothy Leroux and Dr Ryan Paul, covering conditions from the finger tip to medial clavicle. During his knee fellowship with Dr Bu Balalla and Dr David Broe, he obtained skills in managing complex knee conditions, performing primary and revision procedures and publishing academic works.
Dr Drynan is an upper extremity and knee Visiting Medical Officer at the Children's hospital Westmead and has admitting rights at Westmead Private, North Shore Private and Mater Hospitals.
Dr Drynan spends his free time with his lovely family in Sydney.
All members of the team would be happy to meet you. email or call to arrange an appointment time.
Henry and Angela are part of the team and will be happy to assist in making arrangements to best facilitate your care.
The updated calendar for teaching events is being updated. Teaching is paramount for the team. Educating patients, the community, general practitioners and orthopaedic trainees and medical students is a primary focus for the team.
More to come here with CPD and education events when 2021 calendar is updated and uploaded.