Ratings for Dr. Timothy J. Johans
He was the most rude physician I have ever encountered. He talked down to my father who had questions regarding my surgery, also he would not let me get a question in edge wise to him about the complications of my spinal surgery. A very rude man, I pity all of those he treats as badly as he did myself, and my family. He is not good with people, I would never retain him as my doctor ever, ever again.
The Doctor saved my husbands life when he had less then a 10% chance of walking out of the hospital. He was very compassionate and shook my husbands hand when he was sent home, and allowed me to be with my husband directly before the surgery where your usually not allowed, fighting off the nurses. I would call him again in a heartbeat if we needed him.
this man saved my life. period. end of discussion. sorry if you were too much of a pain in the ass to not accept the help he was trying to give you. this doctor was one of the first people in the western hemisphere to even bother with deep brain stimulation. and look now. the researd and progress is amazing. he is an unbelievable healer. he also has something that no other doctor that i have ever seen has had. he is truly truly compassionate about his patients. he cries with you, and really feels your pain. he is amazing. check him out before you bother with anyone else.
Whatever this doctor does it will not be what you agree on and every surgery will leave you 10 times worse off than you were before. If he does a discectomy he hacks out the intraspinous ligaments instead of going around them and hacks out half the disc. When he punches a hole in your nerve root and it begins leaking spinal fluid he does not try to fix the damage but sews you back up leaving a permanent leak inside your body. Then he tries to put you on Neurotin. When you finally get another doctor to fuse your now missing, collapsed disc and spinal fluid leak the new doctor will not help you with a lawsuit but will tell you you are lucky to be alive.
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- University Of Kansas School Of Medicine (Grad. 1985)
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