Alexander Kreines, DO

Board Eligible Orthopedic Surgeon

Fellowship Trained in Orthopedic Sports Medicine

Dr. Alexander Kreines's Specialties Include:

  • Hip, knee, and shoulder arthroscopy

  • Adult and pediatric sports medicine

  • Cartilage Transplantation/Joint Preservation Surgery

  • Platelet rich Plasma (PRP) and Stem Cell treatments

  • Hip, knee, and shoulder replacement surgery

  • Geriatric fractures

  • Musculoskeletal trauma

  • General orthopedics

Dr. Alexander Kreines is from Houston, Texas. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Texas Tech University in Lubbock in 2007 and his medical degree from The University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth in 2013.  He[TW1]  completed his Orthopedic Surgery residency at Rowan University/ Thomas Jefferson University Health System in Philadelphia in 2018. Following his residency, Dr Kreines went on to complete an additional fellowship in Orthopedic Sports Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in 2019. During his time as an orthopedic resident, Dr. Kreines earned several honors and awards including the Alex Rand Memorial Scholarship as well as the Orthopedic in Training Examination Achievement Award. He also has several publications in major orthopedic journals on topics including shoulder arthroscopy and cartilage restoration with continued research in the field of Sports Medicine. Dr Kreines has team physician experience with multiple sports institutions including Texas A&M University, Texas Southern University, the Houston Sabercats, and the San Antonio Missions. Dr. Kreines joined Alamo Orthopedics in September of 2019.