Alexander Espinoza, MD
As a family doctor, Dr. Espinoza is able to meet the health care needs of patients of all ages. He has additional expertise in the prevention and treatment of injuries resulting from sports and other physical activities.
Dr. Espinoza received his undergraduate degree in Biology in 1995 from Loyola Marymount University (Los Angeles), and was named Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 1992. He received his medical degree from UCLA in 2000 and completed his Family Medicine Residency at Kaiser Permanente LAMC in 2003. He then attended UC San Diego, where he completed his fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine in 2006.
Dr. Espinoza is deeply involved with the local sports community. Prior to joining Graybill, he was head team physician at California State University at San Marcos. He has lent his expertise to the Arizona Ironman Team, Carlsbad 5K, Mission Hills High School, Murrieta Mesa High School, the then San Diego Chargers, Oceanside Ironman Triathlon, San Marcos High School, Local Triathlon Teams and Clubs, and San Diego Gulls Hockey. He is a member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. He is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine with a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Primary Care Sports Medicine. He also speaks fluent Spanish.