Dr. Matthew Stanfield
Dr. Stanfield is a practicing Neurosurgeon with more then 18 years of training and private pratice experience. He is proud to offer the highest quality, most personalized care possible. As an independent, private practice physician, Dr. Stanfield is able to spend time educating patients, provide thorough testing and construct an individualized treatment plan for patients. Treatment may or may not be surgical, however, when surgical intervention is the answer, you are in excellent hands. Dr. Stanfield routinely performs the most sophisticated spinal procedures for the treatment of disc problems, stenosis, tumors, fractures, deformity, and instability. He is highly trained in minimally invasive techniques; such as decompressive, lumbar laminectomy; microdisectomy and dozens of other specialized procedures ranging from brain tumors to carpal tunnel surgery.
He was born at Lakenheath, USAFB in England and grew up in Indianapolis, IN. He graduated from Indiana University with a B.S. in Biology in 1993, a M.S. in Physiology and Biophysics in 1995 and his MD in 1999. He moved to Oklahoma City in 1999 to complete a one year surgical internship at the Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center and then he started his five year residency in Neurosurgery. In 2005 he opened his own private, neurosurgery practice.
Dr. Stanfield is a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Congress of Neurological Surgeons and has been featured on shows like The Discovery Channel's "Trauma: Life In The E.R." and The Learning Channel's "The Critical Hour".