Alexander M. Brown, MD is an orthopaedic surgeon with fellowship training in sports medicine and specializes in treating athletic injuries of the shoulder, elbow, hip, and knee. He also performs joint replacement surgery of the knee, hip, and shoulder. Before joining Nashville Sports Medicine Orthopaedic Center, he completed a fellowship at the American Sports Medicine Institute, founded by Dr. James Andrews, and was mentored by giants in the field, Drs. Jeffrey Dugas, E. Lyle Cain, and Benton Emblom.
Dr. Brown is originally from Somerset, Kentucky, where his father served the community as a general surgeon for over thirty years. An Eagle Scout, he attended Centre College in Danville, Kentucky on a full tuition scholarship. While in college, he majored in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, graduating magna cum laude, and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. He swam for the college’s swim team and served as team captain his senior year. Before following his passion of becoming a doctor, he was awarded an Ambassadorial Scholarship by Rotary International for a year of study at the University of Melbourne, Australia. During his year abroad, he traveled the country and spoke at various Rotary clubs throughout Melbourne about his home in Kentucky. He received a graduate diploma of arts in the History and Philosophy of Science.