The physicians at Alexander Orthopaedic Associates are at the forefront of orthopedic procedures. With decades of experience, innovative technology, and forward thinking techniques, the physicians at AOA offer a unique recovery experience unlike any other.

  • Vladimir Alexander, MD

    Dr. Alexander is the founding partner of Alexander Orthopaedic Associates. He has been the pioneer for shoulder, hip and knee procedures in the Tampa Bay community for over fifteen years and is committed to providing the best orthopedic care available.

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  • Daniel Penello, MD MBA

    Dr. Penello is the hand and upper extremity specialist at Alexander Orthopaedic Associates. Dr. Penello is one of the few surgeons in the Tampa Bay Area who is extremely experienced in total wrist replacements. He has completed specialty training in complicated disorders of the hand and forearm and also treats routine and traumatic injuries to the hand and wrist.

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  • Adam Perler, DPM FACFAS

    Dr. Perler is the foot and ankle specialist at Alexander Orthopaedic Associates. He has completed speciality surgical training in disorders of the foot and ankle and focuses his practice in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery. He is actively pursuing technological advances for his total ankle replacement system. He currently has one patent on his new ankle treatment design as well as two more designs pending.

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  • Edward Lubin, MD PhD

    Dr. Lubin is the spine specialist at Alexander Orthopaedic Associates. He has received special training in minimally invasive surgical treatment of cervical and lumbar spinal pathology. This includes repair of vertebral compression fracture and operative treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis. He also performs a variety of neck and back injection and nerve ablation procedures.

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  • Dr. Neil Brown

    Neil Brown, MD PhD FRCS(C) FACS FAANS

    Dr. Neil Brown is a board-certified neurosurgeon at Alexander Orthopaedic Associates. He specializes in surgical disorders of the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves, as well as minimally-invasive surgery of the spine.

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