Mark Bryniarski, M.D.
Dr. Mark Bryniarski received his medical degree at the Jagiellonian University College of Medicine in Cracow, Poland.
After coming to the United States he completed his neurological training at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM
in 1998, and neurosurgical training at the University of Kansas in Kansas City, KS in 2005. Dr. Bryniarski completed his fellowship
in skull base and neurovascular surgery at the Indianapolis Neurosurgical Group in Indianapolis, IN in 2006.
Dr. Bryniarski joined the Neurosurgery Center of Colorado in 2006 and participated
in development of neurosciences at The Medical Center of Aurora. In June of 2011 Dr. Bryniarski joined St. Anthony Hopsital
in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma where he participated in the development of neurooncology program with special emphasis on brain
tumors, skull base approaches, intraventricular approaches, brain endoscopy, and various syndromes of neurovascular conflict,
including trigeminal neuralgia. His practice included disparate spine problems, peripheral nerve diseases, and neurovascular
disorders, including brain aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations. He brought those skills and vast experience back to
New Mexico where he returned to join Lovelace Medical Center in March of 2016. He continues his neurosurgical career in the
Land of Enchantment utilizing the latest neurosurgical advances, including Gamma Knife which is the only such device in the
state of New Mexico at Lovelace medical Center.
Dr. Bryniarski is a recipient of numerous awards, including:
-> Honor Recognition by Lovelace Medical Group
-> National Doctors' Day Honor
-> Guardial Angel Recognition by St. Anthony Foundation (2012, 2014, 2016)
-> Top doc Recognition by St. Anthony Hospital
Dr. Bryniarski has a commitment to continuing medical education constantly refining his
neurosurgical knowledge and skills by participating in neurosurgical societies meetings, cadaveric courses, and other training
sessions throughout the country and overseas. For additional information, please click here