About Dr. Brinton
Dr. Milton H. Brinton is a board-certified vascular surgeon with exceptional training and experience in treating vein disease. After graduating from the George Washington University School of Medicine, he completed his general surgery internship and residency at the University of California in San Francisco. He completed his vascular surgery fellowship at The Mayo Clinic.
The Wenatchee Valley Medical Center, a multi-specialty clinic with over 175 physicians in central Washington, was home to his vascular surgery practice for more than 20 years. As a clinical professor of surgery at the University of Washington he trained senior surgery residents year around in his practice for 20 years. He was president of the Pacific Northwest Vascular Society which includes the vascular surgeons in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska and British Columbia as well as other positions including vice chairman of the board of directors of the Wenatchee Valley Medical Center, Executive Committee, Washington Chapter American College of Surgeons, Chief of Surgery at Central Washington Hospital etc. Treating vein problems for over 20 years, he was one of the first physicians to adopt the new endovenous laser techniques for treating varicose veins in a minimally invasive office/outpatient setting.
He served as the Area Medical Advisor (Medical Director) for his church in Brazil where he oversaw the medical care of the 4,000 missionaries in the 27 missions in that country. Upon returning to the United States, he and his wife relocated to Houston where he is closer to family. Dedicated to providing his patients with the very best and up to date treatment of their veins, Dr. Brinton is excited to open The Woodlands Regional Vein Center where he focuses exclusively on the treatment of veins.
Dr. Brinton is the Chief Quality Officer of the Methodist Willowbrook Hospital and a member of the following medical societies.
- The Society for Vascular Surgery
- The American Venous Forum
- The Pacific Northwest Vascular Society
- The American College of Surgeons
- The South Texas Chapter of the American College of Surgeons
- The Texas Medical Association
- The Montgomery County Medical Association
- The Priestly Society