VITALITY VEIN CARE

About The Providers

Meet Your Providers

Dr. Daniel Rizzo

Dr. Daniel Rizzo is passionate about improving the quality of life for patients who suffer from varicose veins, spider veins, venous ulcers and swollen legs. Raised in San Diego, Dr. Rizzo completed his undergraduate work at the University of California at San Diego and went to medical school at Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. After graduating with honors, he moved to Toledo, Ohio where he completed his surgical training and was selected to be Chief Resident during his last year. Dr. Rizzo was the first Resident in his program’s history to write and implement a prospective research study. Following residency, Dr. Rizzo served our country in the US Navy. He was stationed at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth in Portsmouth, Virginia for four years where he taught surgical residents and oversaw the surgical residency didactic program for two years. He completed multiple deployments on board the USS Wasp, USS Abraham Lincoln and USS Harry S. Truman. He also spent time at Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune. After an honorable discharge from the Navy, Dr. Rizzo and his family settled in the Dallas area. He is married to his best friend Morgan and they stay busy raising 7 kids together. In his free time, he enjoys being outside in his garden and working in his yard. Dr. Rizzo is board certified in general surgery and holds a fellowship from the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons.

Dr. Brad Hart

Bradley Hart, MD, PhD, FACS is excited to be a part of Vitality Vein Care! From an early age growing up in small town, Texas, he realized his love for health care and helping others. Excelling in the math & sciences, he knew he wanted to become a physician. This was reinforced during his time at Texas A&M University, and he learned other team-building and leadership qualities as a member of the Corps of Cadets.

Upon graduation from college, he married his high school sweetheart, Bethany. He spent the first part of his career in cardiovascular (heart) research, obtaining his Master’s and then his Doctorate degrees. Medical school followed at UTHSC in San Antonio. Ultimately, he decided to enter a General Surgery residency with Scott & White in Temple, TX. After completion, this allowed him to keep a wide variety of surgical skills, from Endocrine surgery to Vascular work to even Bariatrics.

Dr. Hart has held multiple positions from small town community surgeon, to multi-specialty big city private practice, to Emergency General Surgery. He remains actively involved in his hospitals and in the community, serving on committees to better patient care. He has a wealth of experience working with peripheral vascular disease and venous or circulatory problems of the lower extremities. He is excited to be able to bring his experiences to Prosper, TX!

Dr. Aaron Roberts

Dr. Aaron Roberts was raised in the Houston area and attended Texas A&M University. A member of The National Society of Collegiate Scholars, he graduated Cum Laude with an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences. Dr. Roberts attended medical school at University of North Texas Health Science Center Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine and went on to complete his surgical training at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey where he was selected as Chief Intern and Chief Resident. Upon completion of his medical training, Dr. Roberts served our country in the United States Air Force on the special operations surgical team. Supporting over 20 missions in Afghanistan and Africa, he managed a mobile operating room and facilitated critical care evacuations. When he was stateside, Dr. Roberts worked at the University of Alabama as a Clinical Assistant Professor for the Trauma department. After being honorably discharged from the military, Dr. Roberts settled in the Dallas area where he enjoys jiu-jitsu, traveling and creating connections in his local community.

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