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Patrick Henry, MD, FRCS(C)

Affiliate scientist

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Holland Centre
43 Wellesley St. E., suite 634
Toronto, ON M4Y 1H1

Phone: 416-967-8741
Fax: 416-967-8704

Administrative Assistant: Gail Gunnis
Phone: 416-967-8701
Email: gail.gunnis@sunnybrook.ca

Education:

  • B.Sc., 1999, physics and philosophy, Western University, Canada
  • MD, 2005, University of Sydney, Australia
  • Residency, 2010, orthopaedic surgery, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, U.S.
  • Fellowship, 2011, trauma and upper extremity reconstruction, department of surgery, University of Toronto, Canada
  • Fellowship, 2012, shoulder arthroscopy and arthroplasty, department of surgery, U of T
  • PhD, in progress, Institute of Medical Science, U of T

Appointments and Affiliations:

  • Affiliate scientist, Evaluative Clinical Sciences, Holland Bone and Joint Research Program, Sunnybrook Research Institute
  • Assistant professor, department of surgery, division of orthopaedic surgery, U of T
  • Upper extremity and trauma specialist, division of orthopaedic surgery, department of surgery, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
  • Member, AOTrauma

Research Foci:

  • Sports injuries to the shoulder and rotator cuff tears
  • Trauma and fracture repair

Research Summary:

Dr. Henry’s research is focused on clinical outcomes. It is split between two topics in which he has clinical expertise: orthopaedic trauma and shoulder reconstruction. He is completing his PhD; his thesis is on massive tears of the rotator cuff. He is also involved in several randomized controlled trials, including studies on distal radius fractures, rib fractures and thigh bone fractures. He is also on an international multispecialty team of physicians planning to launch a trial studying post-surgical radiation for pathologic fractures of the lower extremities.

Selected Publications:

See current publications list at PubMed.

  1. Dwyer T, Razmjou H, Henry P, Shashank M, Era M, Holtby R. Short-term outcomes of arthroscopic debridement and selected acromioplasty of bursal-versus articular-sided partial thickness rotator cuff tears of less than 50%. Orthop J Sports Med. 2018 Aug 27;6(8):2325967118792001. doi: 10.1177/2325967118792001.
  2. Burns DM, Leung NE, Hardisty M, Whyne C, Henry P, McLachlin S. Shoulder physiotherapy exercise recognition: machine learning the inertial signals from a smartwatch. Physiol Meas. 2018 Jun 23;39(7):075007. doi: 10.1088/1361-6579/aacfd9. Epub ahead of print.
  3. Memon M, Kay J, Quick E, Simunovic N, Duong A, Henry P, Ayeni OR. Arthroscopic-assisted latissimus dorsi tendon transfer for massive rotator cuff tears: a systematic review. Orthop J Sports Med. 2018 Jun 11;6(6):2325967118777735. doi: 10.1177/2325967118777735.
  4. Sprague S, Tornetta P III, Slobogean GP, O'Hara NN, McKay P, Petrisor B, Jeray KJ, Schemitsch EH, Sanders D, Bhandari M; FLOW Investigators. Are large clinical trials in orthopaedic trauma justified? BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2018 Apr 20;19(1):124. doi: 10.1186/s12891-018-2029-3.
  5. Henry PDG, Si-Hyeong Park S, Paterson JM, Kreder HJ, Jenkinson R, Wasserstein D. Risk of hip arthroplasty after open reduction internal fixation of a fracture of the acetabulum: a matched cohort study. J Orthop Trauma. 2018 Mar;32(3):134–40. doi: 10.1097/BOT.0000000000001048.

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