Dr. Brodrick grew up in Western Pennsylvania, graduating from the engineering school at Penn State. He then worked at Inland Steel in Chicago for two years, decided to make a career change, and entered medical school at the University of Pittsburgh. After graduation, he trained in general surgery for two years at the University of Miami. He was drafted into the United States Navy and served one year with the Third Marine Division in Southeast Asia. He then completed four years of orthopaedic training at Naval Hospital Bethesda Maryland with fellowships in total joint and hand surgery.
Dr. Brodrick is married with four children and four grandchildren.
Dr. Brodrick has a wealth of experience in all aspects of orthopaedic care and has been practicing in Central Florida since 1974. Dr. Brodrick joined Florida Orthopaedic Associates in 2013.
Medical School: University of Pittsburgh
Residency: Naval Hospital Bethesda Maryland/Walter Reed National Military Medical Center - Bethesda, MD
Surgical Internship: First year General Surgery Resident, University of Miami
Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery