University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
Orthopedic Surgery – University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Sports Medicine – Santa Monica Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Group – Santa Monica, CA
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
The Hip Clinic specializes in non-invasive, arthroscopic hip surgery and is led by Dr. Johnson who founded the Hip Clinic in 2017. He has completed more than 1,000 arthroscopic and complete hip labral reconstructions. The mission of The Hip Clinic is to properly diagnose and treat hip disorders for the purpose of hip preservation. Dr. Johnson is active in the development of new hip products and performs consulting work teaching surgeons from across the country innovative hip procedures.
Brandon Johnson, M.D.
Dr. Brandon Johnson, a board-certified Oklahoma orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine surgery and care. Dr. Johnson is a fellowship trained sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery expert. A native Oklahoman, he received specialty training at the renowned Santa Monica Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Group. His education focused on minimally invasive hip, knee and shoulder preservation. He has extensive experience in hip preservation surgery. Dr. Johnson’s goal to make sure all of his patients from elite athletes to high school players receive the care they need to not just return to play, but to perform better than they did before.
Dr. Johnson has performed nearly one thousand minimally invasive hip surgeries and many complete hip labral reconstructions. He is active in the development of new hip products and performs consulting work teaching surgeons from across the country innovative hip procedures. He founded The Hip Clinic in 2017. The mission of The Hip Clinic is to properly diagnose and treat hip disorders for the purpose of hip preservation.
In his spare time Dr. Johnson loves spending time with his wife Ashley, you might recognize her at the office, and their dog Chubby. They love traveling, snowboarding and anything on the water. Dr. Johnson personally enjoys fishing, wake surfing, traveling to new places, running, rooting for the Sooners and Thunder. Dr. Johnson loves his profession, lives an active lifestyle and relates to his patients on a personal level. “Hip preservation is difficult work and I love immersing myself in attempting to master the skill.” No one likes to be sidelined, and Dr. Johnson loves helping his patients get back to living a healthy active life.