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Dr. Adam Wilson Brazus was born in Cleveland, Ohio and became a Hoosier upon moving to Carmel where he grew up with his mother, father and brother. At Carmel High School he was a captain of the junior varsity soccer team and soloist with the swing choir, The Ambassadors.
After graduating as one of the valedictorians from Carmel, he attended Wabash College where he was active in the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity and the Wabash College Glee Club, becoming president of both organizations his junior year. Honors in college included election to Phi Beta Kappa and graduating Magna Cum Laude. In Medical School at Indiana University, Dr. Brazus was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. After internship at Methodist Hospital, he returned to the Indiana University Medical Center to complete his training in ophthalmology. While in residency, he worked part-time at the St. John’s Hospital Emergency Department. Friendships made there led to his beginning his ophthalmology practice in Anderson, where he worked for three and a half years. He has been at St. Vincent since January of 2000.
Adam met his wife, Stephanie, in medical school. They were married in November of 1993. Stephanie Ann Brazus, M.D. practices Obstetrics and Gynecology at Noblesville Obstetrics and Gynecology. They enjoy golf, traveling and the theater and currently live in Carmel with their dogs, "Winnie" and "Blue". Both Adam and Stephanie are Colts and Pacers fans. Dr. Brazus works on his computer and plays the guitar and golf in his spare time.
In his training, Dr. Brazus became proficient in various laser and surgical treatments of the eye. Throughout his practice he has perfected newer techniques such as advanced, no-stitch/no-patch cataract surgery and laser vision correction or LASIK. He loves his work and prides himself on his traditional, compassionate medical care and success in surgically improving the sight and welfare of his patients.
Dr. Brazus is currently serving as Chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology at St. Vincent Hospital and Treasurer of the Indiana Academy of Ophthalmology. He continues to teach surgery as volunteer faculty at Indiana University Medical Center.
Thorough periodic eye examinations by an ophthalmologist are important in maintaining eye health.
- Prior to first entering school as a child, sooner if parents have any concerns.
- When glasses are needed, children and teens should be seen every one to two years.
- Adults should have a dilated exam at least once between age 20 and 45.
- After age 45, a dilated exam is suggested at least every two to four years.
- After age 65, every one to two years.
Benefits of Routine Eye Care
- Accurate Glasses Refraction
- Screening for Glaucoma and Other Diseases
In his training at the Indiana University Medical Center, Dr. Brazus became proficient in various laser and surgical treatments of the eye.
Throughout his practice he has perfected newer techniques such as advanced, no-stitch/no-patch cataract surgery and laser vision correction or LASIK.
- LASIK Refractive Surgery
- No-Stitch, No-Shot, No-Patch Cataract Surgery
- Glaucoma Surgery
- Eye Muscle Surgery to straighten the eyes
- Retinal Laser Treatment for Glaucoma and Diabetes
- Tear Duct Probing
- Cosmetic and Functional Eyelid Surgery
Our experienced and friendly optician will be happy to help you select new frames in our state-of-the-art facility.
We offer many designer styles including Coach, Ray-Ban, CK and Ralph Lauren!
The American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery has an excellent patient education website:
Monday - Thursday 8:00 am to 12:30 pm, 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Friday 8:30 am to 12:00 pm
We are located on the third floor of the CorVasc Building, 8433 Harcourt Road, across from St. Vincent Hospital at 86th Street.
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Adam W. Brazus, MD, FACS
8433 Harcourt Road, #305
Indianapolis, IN 46260
Phone: (317) 872-1121
Fax: (317) 875-9539