Dr. Rodriquez specializes in Routine Exams, Diabetic Exams, Glaucoma diagnosis and management, Double Vision, Ocular Diseases
Dr. Alexis Rodriguez joined Lange Eye Care in May 2009. Prior to him joining Lange Eye Care he was Clinical Director at several prestigious surgical centers in the Miami-Dade County and Pinellas County area. He has written several journal articles on glaucoma, retina and ocular diseases throughout his professional career. Dr. Rodriguez has also been involved as an adjunct professor in Anatomy, Microbiology and Physiology at several universities. He has also been extensively involved as clinical instructor for optometry students and residents for several universities throughout the United States. When not examining patients, he is traveling as a circuit lecturer for Alcon and Allergan pharmaceuticals. He has completed eight mission trips from South America to Africa. Dr. Rodriguez has been in practice for fifteen years in Florida. He is board certified as an optometric physician and is an optometric glaucoma specialist.
Dr. Alexis Rodriguez was born in Miami, Florida and has resided in the South Florida area since finishing his training. He has a daughter which resides in Miami.
In May 1987, Dr. Alexis Rodriguez received his undergraduate degree at University of South Florida (Tampa) in Microbiology. He then attended Indiana – Purdue University. He earned his doctorate degree from Nova-Southeastern University in 1993. Dr. Rodriguez is a member of the Dade County Optometric Association and Board of Examiners of the State of Florida. He currently has an adjunct faculty positions in Illinois, Tennessee and Pennsylvania Colleges of Optometry. He is the optometric physician for the Philly’s baseball team and one of the many doctors that volunteer for the Special Olympics.
When not busy commuting between his office in Miami and Lange Eye Care in Ocala, he enjoys biking, hiking and relaxing in Ocala where he resides.