Matthew Johnson

Matthew Johnson

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MD, MPH, FAANS
605-217-2667
About Dr. Johnson

Dr. Matthew Johnson is a board-certified neurosurgeon, with surgical expertise for a wide variety of brain and spine disorders. He has special interest in Deep Brain Stimulation for movement disorders and is working with Mercy Medical Center to build a program to offer this life-changing surgery locally in the Siouxland area. He also has experience in minimally invasive spine surgery and has special training in Stereotactic Radiosurgery, which can often treat brain tumors with focused radiation rather than open surgery.

Dr. Matthew Johnson was born and raised in Omaha, NE. and joined the staff of CNOS after completing his training at UNMC in 2007.

Dr. Johnson is a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, the Midwest Neurosurgical Society, the Iowa Medical Society and the Woodbury Medical Society.

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Scott Feese

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  • Residency & Internship: University of Nebraska Medical Center
  • Medical Education: MD, University of Nebraska Medical Center; MPH, Tulane University School of Public Health & Topical Medicine; BS, Tulane University

Patient Testimonials

Very professional and straight to the point. When most doctors would have pursued a fusion, he told me it could be done but gave more viable options. He went out of his way to lead me in the right direction to help take care of my back issues without a fusion. He found something that others didn't and explained it very plainly and easy to understand. I would definetly recommend him to anyone else.

- Dr. Johnson's Patient

Dr. Andrews, Neuro CNOS, ended up with my care because of others who failed to move forward. Dr. Andrews sat down with me, and we made a plan for future pain care. I truly find him to be very knowledgeable & Honest about his diagnosis. He referred me on to Dr. Matthew Johnson. neurosurgeon at CNOS, and just made me feel like hope is attainable yet with help of a colleague for Occidental pain. Dr. Johnson, his nursing staff, and appointment scheduler where genuinely concerned about me as a person not just 30 min patient. CNOS, I do appreciate "Your Team"!

- Dr. Johnson's Patient