Dr. Andrew Bruyn was born and raised in Beaumont, Texas. After graduating from Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School, he went on to get a bachelors degree in Biology from the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Bruyn then attended Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona for four years, where he graduated cum laud with a Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine. While there, he served as president of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons student chapter and was accepted into the Pi Delta honor society. In 2014 Dr. Bruyn returned to Texas to attend the West Houston Medical Center Residency Program. Here he spent three years working at over 20 facilities spread across the greater Houston area, working with over 70 surgeons. His training included one on one rotations with specialists in orthopedic, plastic, vascular and general surgery. During his three years, Dr. Bruyn participated in nearly 1000 foot and ankle surgeries ranging from simple hammertoes to complex ankle fractures. Finally, after over a decade of training, he has returned to bring current medical concepts and techniques to Southeast Texas. Dr. Bruyn employs conservative care methods before recommending surgery and welcomes patients ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics and athletes to the disabled.
Dr. Bruyn enjoys an active lifestyle and is delighted to return to the great hunting and fishing that Southeast Texas offers. His passions include playing the keyboard, flying single-engine airplanes, and competing in triathlons and marathons.