CHI St. Joseph's Health hospital for joint diseases was the first among hospitals and health systems in the Brazos Valley region to develop a seamlessly coordinated, patient-focused system for joint replacement that brings together joint doctors (orthopedic surgeons) in one of the most advanced programs for joint diseases in the nation. We call it Joint University.
If joint pain has been ruling your life, please don't wait any longer. Our joint doctors will help you start living without pain while doing the things you want and need to do.
CHI St. Joseph's Health joint doctors and the support teams at Joint University know how to help you prepare for, plan, and recover from surgery with the least possible amount of interruption to your life.
Contact CHI St. Joseph Health. Together, let's discover if orthopedic surgery is your best solution. Then you can get back to doing all the things you need and want to do. For more information about making a referral, call 979-776-2978.
Dr. Brazeal is a member of the Fightin' Texas Aggie Class of '01. He went on to UT Southwestern Medical School, and then completed his orthopedic training and fellowship in shoulder and elbow surgery at UT Health Science Center San Antonio where he was Chief Administrative Resident. Dr. Brazeal joined St. Joseph Orthopaedic Associates in 2012. Dr. Brazeal and his wife recently added a baby boy to their family.
Dr. Iero joined CHI St. Joseph Health Orthopaedic Associates after completion of an Orthopaedic residency in San Antonio, Texas and a Sports Medicine fellowship in Birmingham, Alabama. Dr. Iero treats a wide range of orthopaedic injuries with a special interest in sports medicine, shoulder and knee problems. He speaks Italian and enjoys Italian wine and cuisine. He and his wife have three children.
Dr. Veazey is a member of the Fightin' Texas Aggie class of '84, who went on to the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, where he completed his M.D. program. From there, Dr. Veazey went to the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio and completed an orthopaedic internship and residency. He completed his final year of residency as the Chief Resident in Orthopaedic Surgery. He is a member of the Boy Scouts of America and St. Joseph Catholic Church. He enjoys running, gardening, and reading.
Dr. Riley is a graduate of the University of Louisville School of Medicine. He completed an orthopaedic internship and residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, and a fellowship in reconstructive surgery of the hip and knee at Gaston Episcopal Hospital in Dallas. Dr. Riley lives in Bryan with his wife, Jane, and they have three children and one grandchild. He enjoys running, music, and photography.