Angleton Orthopedics

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UTMB Health Orthopedics, Angleton is committed to bringing expert care to you and your family.

Our orthopedic specialists always begin with the most effective and least invasive solution possible to get you back to your life.

When surgery is required, you can trust our experts to provide the most advanced and innovative treatment options available.

Our goal is to help you retain function and mobility so you can enjoy an active lifestyle.

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  • Orthopaedics, Angleton



Everyone from children and athletes, to adults and seniors, can trust UTMB Health to treat common and advanced orthopedic issues. We are proud to call this region home and thankful to serve our neighbors, friends, and communities.

  • General Orthopedics
  • Sports Medicine
  • ACL/MCL Reconstruction
  • Total Joint Replacement -
    Hip and Knee
  • Treatment of Fractures
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Rotator Cuff Repair
  • Tendon Reconstruction
  • Reverse Shoulder Surgery
  • Injections


  • Same day appointments available
  • Comprehensive orthopedic services with the advanced treatment options
  • Highly experienced orthopedic care by specialists you know and trust for the best possible results
  • Access to UTMB Health's comprehensive network of care
  • UTMB's confidential and secure MyChart app that allows you to review your medical record, appointments, lab results, immunizations, and billing information, any time, 24/7/365


  • McDonald, Craig, MD

    Craig McDonald, MD
    Orthopedic Surgery - General
    Orthopedic Surgery - Sports Medicine
  • Baker, Brett, PA

    Brett Baker, PA
    Orthopedic Surgery - General

When should you see an orthopedic specialist?


When an injury occurs or you are in pain, your first instinct is to call your primary care physician. That may be the proper course of treatment for most of your common injuries or pain, but when should you seek care with an orthopedic specialist?

You may need to schedule an appointment with an orthopedic specialist if you have:

  • Joint pain that continues or begins after an injury
  • Limited or loss of range of motion in your joint movements
  • Increased pain in your ankle, knee or hip joints when bearing weight
  • Swelling or instability of your joints
  • Fractures or broken bones

Listen to your body. If something does not feel right or you have continued swelling in your joints and the pain becomes unbearable, call and schedule an appointment with an orthopedic specialist. Don't try to "tough it out" as this may cause further injury to the joints and prolong the healing process.

Joint Reconstruction

Call Today to Schedule Your Appointment (979) 849-9557