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ORI's Founding Physicians


Dr. Patrick DG Henry,
MD FRCSC
Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr. Patrick Henry is an orthopaedic surgeon at Sunnybrook Hospital and an assistant professor of surgery at the University of Toronto. Following orthopaedic residency training, Dr. Henry completed two advanced clinical fellowships – the first at St. Michael’s Hospital focusing on orthopaedic trauma, and the second at Sunnybrook Hospital focusing on arthroscopy and reconstruction of the upper extremity. His clinical expertise is in the management of trauma including all types of fractures in the upper and lower extremity, as well as elective reconstruction and specialty management of shoulder and elbow injuries.

Dr. Henry is very involved in research and the understanding of musculoskeletal injury and the application of appropriate health care to maximize functional outcomes for patients. The majority of his research involves shoulder and elbow care as well as the management of fractures and trauma victims. He is currently in the final stages of a Ph.D. program studying the management of rotator cuff tears. He has numerous manuscript publications in these fields and has spoken at national and international meetings as an expert in these subjects. Dr. Henry has won several awards and received recognition for both clinical and scholarly activities, including receiving a scholarship to join the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Clinician Scholar Development Program, after being one of only a handful of other young investigators identified as being among the brightest future orthopaedic surgeon‐scientists in North America.

ORI's Founding Physicians



Dr. Patrick DG Henry,
MD FRCSC
Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr. Patrick Henry is an orthopaedic surgeon at Sunnybrook Hospital and an assistant professor of surgery at the University of Toronto. Following orthopaedic residency training, Dr. Henry completed two advanced clinical fellowships – the first at St. Michael’s Hospital focusing on orthopaedic trauma, and the second at Sunnybrook Hospital focusing on arthroscopy and reconstruction of the upper extremity. His clinical expertise is in the management of trauma including all types of fractures in the upper and lower extremity, as well as elective reconstruction and specialty management of shoulder and elbow injuries.

Dr. Henry is very involved in research and the understanding of musculoskeletal injury and the application of appropriate health care to maximize functional outcomes for patients. The majority of his research involves shoulder and elbow care as well as the management of fractures and trauma victims. He is currently in the final stages of a Ph.D. program studying the management of rotator cuff tears. He has numerous manuscript publications in these fields and has spoken at national and international meetings as an expert in these subjects. Dr. Henry has won several awards and received recognition for both clinical and scholarly activities, including receiving a scholarship to join the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Clinician Scholar Development Program, after being one of only a handful of other young investigators identified as being among the brightest future orthopaedic surgeon‐scientists in North America.

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