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Todd Johnson, MD

4.2/5
(5 Reviews)
101 Tower Rd, Dakota Dunes, SD 57049
(605) 242-7246
4.2/5
(5 Reviews)

Todd Johnson, MD

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Reviews

5 stars/5
These guys are amazing. They are all super friendly and believe you when dealing with your pain thank God because i have had enough of it. I trust them with my life.
[8 months ago]
5 stars/5
Dr Johnson is a very caring doctor who spent as much time as needed to discuss my pain issues and what options were available.I have seen him multiple times.He is very careful when giving injections.I would give him a 5/5 for communication and treatment.
[7 years ago]
1 star/5
I was treated with prejudice and left feeling worse than when I went in. Dr Johnson did not spend two minutes with me and stated will do injections!I was humiliated and believe this pain clinic is biased based on insurance and race!
[4 years ago]

Location:

101 Tower Rd, Dakota Dunes, SD 57049

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101 Tower Rd, Dakota Dunes, SD 57049

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