Dr. Andrew Bryan and his dedicated staff offer the most comprehensive approach to minimally invasive hip and knee replacement surgery. This advanced approach allows most patients to walk unaided and leave the hospital the same day of surgery.
With Dr. Bryan’s approach, patients are able to regain motion and strength more quickly. His special interests include outpatient joint replacement surgery, partial knee replacement, and robotic-assisted surgery. His research interests include infection prevention and treatment as well as robotic-assisted surgery.
Bachelor of Arts, Double Major in Biology and Business Management, May 2008
Magna Cum Laude, Cumulative GPA: 3.9/4.0
Mayo Medical School – Rochester, MN
Orthopedic Surgery Extern, June 2011
University of Minnesota Medical School – Minneapolis, MN
Student, August 2008 – May 2012, M.D., May 2012
Mayo Clinic – Rochester, MN
Orthopedic Surgery Intern, June 2012 – July 2013
Mayo Clinic– Rochester, MN
Orthopedic Surgery Resident, July 2013 – July 2017
Rush University Medical Center / Rush-Presbyterian / St. Luke’s Medical Hospital – Chicago, IL
Adult Reconstruction Fellow, July 2017 – Present
Orthopedic Research Society
2015 – Present
Arthroscopy Association of North America
2015 – Present
American Academy of Hip and Knee Surgeons
2014 – Present
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
2012 – Present
“Dr Bryan is amazing. He operated on both of my knees without any complications. His compassion for my health was shone by his care. Thank you!” Ericka
“I am so glad my PCP referred me t[o Dr. Bryan. Dr. Bryan was so easy to talk to. He answered all my Questions about recovery. My hip replacement went very well. It has been two months and I am walking without a cane now. I worked hard to get this far. Trust Dr. Bryan.” Phyllis
“I had a partial knee replacement 9-23-19 by Dr. Bryan at the Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center of Oregon. My care was top notch from doctors, nurses, PA, technicians, and the hospital. Dr. Bryan gave me the information I needed to make the right decision about surgery to reach my goals.
I decided to have the surgery right away while my muscles were still strong and the arthritis less advanced. I believe whole-heartedly that not waiting had a positive impact on the speed and comfort of recovery. At 3.5 weeks from surgery I am able to walk normally, am starting to do stairs normally, and can bend to sit and get in a car.
I know others who have waited until they were immobile and desperate with pain before having surgery and experienced a longer and more difficult recovery. If you need a joint replacement, do yourself a big favor, see Dr. Bryan and don’t wait to have your surgery. Patti
“This place is great. I had a total hip replacement in March of this year (2019) and Dr Bryan and his team were top notch from the start. Despite it being a major surgery I felt confident and comfortable throughout every aspect of the process.
Dr Bryan was easy and pleasant to work with, he instilled confidence and did an awesome job on the new hip. The difference is night and day in terms of pain and mobility. He has been just as great throughout the follow ups after the surgery.
His assistant Nikki is amazing too, she was incredibly patient with me and helped tremendously both before and after surgery, going above and beyond in my opinion! Barry the PA was great, really friendly and on top of it. Sarah was awesome and made sure I was prepared for the weeks and months following the surgery. Great place overall, I definitely recommend it!” Christopher
About 24 years ago my left hip was replaced with an artificial joint. My Orthopedic physician was a wonderful, caring man who did an excellent job of getting me back to walking.
Several years prior to his January 2018 retirement, my hip joint began to feel like it was moving. Over the last few months I could feel my hip slipping in and out more often. Unfortunately, my hip dislocated three times, in a week, sending me by ambulance to emergency each time. These were very painful incidents requiring x-rays, anesthesia and medication in the ER.
I was referred to Dr. Andrew Bryan by Dr. Pettit at OSM Center. He stayed after office hours on a Friday afternoon to see me. What a blessing! After consultation, Dr. Bryan assured me the type of joint repair required was one of his specialties. He explained the need to reline the cup and insert a ball stem with newer much stronger material.
What I appreciated most about Dr. Bryan was his knowledge, directness, calmness, and control of the situation. My surgery was very successful and soon after I was up and able to walk with only slight pain. Gone are the strong pain medications. Dr. Bryan gave me confidence and helped me through a pretty scary situation.
He was always available to answer questions and followed up on my every concern getting back to me immediately. Since my right hip will also eventually need surgery, I’m sure I’ll be seeing him often in the next several years. Thank you, Dr. Bryan for giving my mobility back.
Dr. Bryan relocated to join the OSM Center practice and it has been to my benefit that he did.
“Dr. Andrew Bryan was absolutely wonderful. He was very kind and caring.” Joanne
Dr. Andrew Bryan took the time to listen to my questions and concerns. I am very impressed by him and am pleased to have him as my Dr. I look forward to seeing him again.
Andrew Bryan is one of the most knowledgeable and congenial surgeons I have ever met. Highly recommend!
Peer Reviewed Articles
1: Karas V, Calkins TE, Bryan AJ, Culvern C, Nam D, Berger RA, Rosenberg AG, Della Valle CJ. Total Knee Arthroplasty in Patients Less Than 50 Years of Age: Results at a Mean of 13 Years. J Arthroplasty. 2019 Oct;34(10):2392-2397.
2: Bryan AJ, Calkins TE, Karas V, Culvern C, Nam D, Della Valle CJ. Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty in Patients Less Than 50 Years of Age at a Mean of 16 Years: Highly Crosslinked Polyethylene Significantly Reduces the Risk of Revision. J Arthroplasty. 2019 Jul;34(7S):S238-S241.
3: Evers S, Bryan AJ, Sanders TL, Gunderson T, Gelfman R, Amadio PC. Influence of Injection Volume on Rate of Subsequent Intervention in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Over 1-Year Follow-Up. J Hand Surg Am. 2018 Jun;43(6):537-544.
4: Bryan AJ, Poehling-Monaghan K, Krych AJ, Levy BA, Trousdale RT, Sierra RJ. Factors Associated With Failure of Hip Arthroscopy in Patients With Hip Dysplasia. Orthopedics. 2018 Mar 1;41(2):e234-e239.
5: Bryan AJ, Abdel MP, Sanders TL, Fitzgerald SF, Hanssen AD, Berry DJ. Irrigation and Debridement with Component Retention for Acute Infection After Hip Arthroplasty: Improved Results with Contemporary Management. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2017 Dec 6;99(23):2011-2018.
6: Evers S, Bryan AJ, Sanders TL, Gunderson T, Gelfman R, Amadio PC. Corticosteroid Injections for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Long-Term Follow-Up in a Population-Based Cohort. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2017 Aug;140(2):338-347.
7: Carlson BC, Bryan AJ, Carrillo-Villamizar NT, Sierra RJ. The Utility of Metal Ion Trends in Predicting Revision in Metal-on-Metal Total Hip Arthroplasty. J Arthroplasty. 2017 Sep;32(9S):S214-S219.
8: Bryan AJ, Krych AJ, Pareek A, Reardon PJ, Berardelli R, Levy BA. Are Short-term Outcomes of Hip Arthroscopy in Patients 55 Years and Older Inferior to Those in Younger Patients? Am J Sports Med. 2016 Oct;44(10):2526-2530.
9: Sanders TL, Pareek A, Kremers HM, Bryan AJ, Levy BA, Stuart MJ, Dahm DL, Krych AJ. Long-term follow-up of isolated ACL tears treated without ligament reconstruction. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2017 Feb;25(2):493-500.
10: Sanders TL, Maradit Kremers H, Bryan AJ, Ransom JE, Morrey BF. Health Care Utilization and Direct Medical Costs of Tennis Elbow: A Population-Based Study. Sports Health. 2016 Jul;8(4):355-8.
11: Sanders TL, Kremers HM, Bryan AJ, Fruth KM, Larson DR, Pareek A, Levy BA, Stuart MJ, Dahm DL, Krych AJ. Is Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Effective in Preventing Secondary Meniscal Tears and Osteoarthritis? Am J Sports Med. 2016 Jul;44(7):1699-707.
12: Sanders TL, Maradit Kremers H, Bryan AJ, Kremers WK, Levy BA, Dahm DL, Stuart MJ, Krych AJ. Incidence of and Factors Associated With the Decision to Undergo Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction 1 to 10 Years After Injury. Am J Sports Med. 2016 Jun;44(6):1558-64.
13: Sanders TL, Pareek A, Barrett IJ, Kremers HM, Bryan AJ, Stuart MJ, Levy BA, Krych AJ. Incidence and long-term follow-up of isolated posterior cruciate ligament tears. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2017 Oct;25(10):3017-3023.
14: Sanders TL, Maradit Kremers H, Bryan AJ, Larson DR, Dahm DL, Levy BA, Stuart MJ, Krych AJ. Incidence of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tears and Reconstruction: A 21-Year Population-Based Study. Am J Sports Med. 2016 Jun;44(6):1502-7.
16: Sanders TL, Kremers HM, Bryan AJ, Kremers WK, Stuart MJ, Krych AJ. Procedural intervention for arthrofibrosis after ACL reconstruction: trends over two decades. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2017 Feb;25(2):532-537.
17: Sanders TL Jr, Maradit Kremers H, Bryan AJ, Ransom JE, Smith J, Morrey BF. The epidemiology and health care burden of tennis elbow: a population-based study. Am J Sports Med. 2015 May;43(5):1066-71.
18: Camp CL, Bryan AJ, Walker JA, Trousdale RT. Surgical technique for symmetric patellar resurfacing during total knee arthroplasty. J Knee Surg. 2013 Aug;26(4):281-4.