Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeon
Board Eligible // Fellowship Trained
M. Nicholas Perenich, D.O. is a Fellowship trained Orthopedic Spine Surgeon practicing in both Tampa and Orlando. Dr. Perenich earned his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Florida State University, where he was also a founding member and director of operations for the First Responders Unit. He then continued his education at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine where he completed Graduate and Medical School. During this time he authored and presented novel research on biologic graft use in complex stem cell tissue regeneration.
Moving back to his home in the sunshine state, Dr. Perenich then completed a year long internship followed by a four year long residency at Largo Medical Center where he was the Chief Resident. During his residency, Dr. Perenich completed rotations in Foot and Ankle and Trauma at Tampa General Hospital. He also completed various surgical technique courses include Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery State of the Art Spine Surgery course. He then moved to Plano, Texas where he concluded his training with a Fellowship in spine surgery at the Texas Back Institute, where he focused on spine trauma, scoliosis, and disc replacement surgery. Along with Dr. Perenich’s academic accomplishments, he has also been the recipient of numerous grants and awards, as well as being published in an academic journal.
- Board-eligible and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in disorders of the spine
- Albert D’Alonzo Grant for medical research
- Suncoast Healthcare Education Program Grant for medical research
- Suncoast Osteopathic Foundation Grant for medical research