Mihaela Alexander, MD
Education & Background
University of Minnesota School of Medicine
Carol Davila Medical University
Health Partners Specialty Center (formerly Regions Hospital)
American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (ABPN)
About Mihaela Alexander, MD
Dr. Mihaela Alexander is the President and Founder of Colorado Neurodiagnostics. She established a General Neurology clinic in February 2007 on the campus of Littleton Adventist Hospital. For the past 8 years, she has developed a Movement Disorder Program with an emphasis on Parkinson's disease, tremors treatment and DBS (deep brain stimulation) therapy. Her outpatient practice includes General Neurology, Movement Disorders/DBS therapy clinic, Spasticity Clinic including intrathecal baclofen pump therapy (ITB), Botox Clinic for the treatment of focal spasticity and dystonia in children and adults and the treatment of pain conditions including chronic migraines. Since 2007, Dr. Alexander has served as Director of the Stroke and Neurology Program at Littleton Adventist Hospital leading a Gold Award Stroke Program. She obtained her medical degree from Carol Davila Medical University in Bucharest, Romania in 1987. After medical school, she trained in medicine and pediatrics and worked as a pediatrician until 1991 when she moved to United States. She pursued her neurology training at the University of Minnesota she was the recipient of prestigious Benjamin Shapiro Award in 2001 for 'Best academic performance and research activity and publications'. During her early neurology career she developed an interest in stroke research and between 1999 and 2001 she pursued research in 'Inflammation and Cerebral Ischemia' in the Laboratory of Cerebrovascular Biology and Stroke at the University of Minnesota.