My name is Mark Bryniarski. I
am a Board certified neurosurgeon.
I was born and raised in Cracow, Poland. After completing my medical school in Poland I came
to the United States. I was trained as a neurologist in Albuquerque, NM, and as a neurosurgeon in Kansas City, KS. After my
neurosurgical training, I completed a fellowship in skull base and cerebrovascular surgery at the Indianapolis Neurosurgical
Group in Indianapolis, IN under Dr. Troy Payner. Between 2006 and 2009 I practiced neurosurgery in Denver metropolitan area
where I successfully developed my practice with special emphasis on skull base approaches, intracranial aneurysms and other
cerebrovascular problems, transsphenoidal approaches, trigeminal neuralgia, and vagal nerve stimulation. I worked closely
with Dr. John Oro, former Chairman of Neurosurgery at the University of Misouri in Columbia, MO, aquiring skills in Chiari
malformations. My armamentarium of skills includes: brain tumor surgery (including skull base approaches), transsphenoidal
pituitary surgery, brain endoscopy, head and spinal trauma, aneurysm clipping, carotid endarterectomy, microvascular decompression,
awake craniotomies with brain mapping, stereotactic brain surgery, laser brain surgery. I also have significant experience
in spine surgery, including anterior and posterior spinal instrumentation, and artificial discs.
Over the last few years I practiced neurossurgery at St. Anthony Hospital in Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma. We have developed a very strong brain tumor program with cooperation with our Oncology Group at the Cyber Knife
Center, and ENT Group for treatment of pituitary tumors. In our NeuroPain Center we have treated numerous ailments related
to pain, including vascular conflicts in the posterior fossa causing trigeminal neuralgia, glossopharyngeal neuralgia, hemifacial
spasm, and others.
In March of 2016 I joined Lovelace Medical Group
in Albuquerque, NM. We are building a premier neurosurgical center with the only Gamma Knife in the state of New Mexico, outstanding
Oncology Department, and with highly sophisticated equipment in the operating theater.