Randall R. Johnson, MD, PhD, FACS
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Clinical Expertise and Special Interests
Dr. Johnson is a neurosurgeon who focuses on the treatment of illnesses involving the brain, spine and peripheral nerves. He has extensive surgical and nonsurgical training and experience involving a wide range of neurosurgical problems such as brain and spinal cord tumors, brain aneurysms and vascular malformations, brain and spinal trauma, surgical prevention and treatment of stroke and degenerative spine conditions. Dr. Johnson has a special interest in developing neurosurgical services which can be performed less invasively, minimizing pain and maximizing recovery. He is accomplished in endoscopic approaches for the treatment of brain tumors, hydrocephalus and other neurosurgical treatable disorders. He is also skilled in minimally invasive spine surgery, as well as cervical and lumbar disc replacement.
Meet the Provider: Randall R. Johnson, MD, PhD, FACS
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Bethany R. Rothe, PA-C
Physican Assistant Meet Bethany
“I see Dr. Johnson. He and his staff have been great. This time, my experience has been just like the last – very caring nurses…and, as always, Dr. Johnson. My neck surgery went flawlessly and it feels great. I would suggest Neuroscience to anyone in need of pain management or surgery.” – David K.
American Academy of Neurological Surgeons
Residency: Neurosurgery, Yale-New Haven Hospital
Internship: General Surgery, Yale-New Haven Hospital
Doctor of Medicine, PhD: Washington University
Bachelor of Arts: Northwestern University
Additional Specialized Training
Neuroendoscopic Course, Barrow Neurological Institute
Skull Base Course, Memphis, Tennessee
Global Spine Course, Chicago, Illinois
Synthes Cervical Disc Replacement Course, West Palm Beach, Florida
De Puy Lumbar Disc Replacement Course, Cincinatti, Ohio
“I want to help patients obtain relief from pain and suffering in the most compassionate and least invasive fashion possible.” – Dr. Johnson