- Cervical disc replacement
- Minimally invasive spine surgery
- Spinal decompression surgery
- Degenerative conditions of the spine
- Spine deformity and scoliosis
- Cervical myelopathy
- All neck and spine conditions
From Dr. Geisinger
The spine is an exciting and complex part of the body and treating spinal conditions is my passion. With modern spine surgeries, I am able to alleviate pain and restore function to the people of our community. Many people come to me after trying therapy and injections all without getting lasting relief of their pain that radiates down their arm or leg. Others see me for issues related to persistent weakness, numbness, or coordination issues. Whatever the spinal issue may be, I work to identify the problem and develop a treatment plan to help Iowans get back to their active lives.
My wife and I grew up on farms near Spencer, Iowa. Our families continue to farm and raise corn, soybeans, and livestock. Outside of orthopedics, I have a real passion for farming. I enjoy working on equipment, taking care of the animals, and working the fields. Being in Iowa, I am thrilled to have the ability to give our kids the same agrarian upbringing that my wife and I had.
I am very excited to be practicing orthopedics in the heart of the Midwest. I have great respect for the people here and I feel a deep responsibility to care for our community in the most diligent, honest, and compassionate way. I look forward to meeting you!
About Dr. Geisinger
Dr. Geisinger trained at some of the best and largest institutions in America and graduated at the top of his medical school from the University of Iowa. From there, he did his orthopedic surgery residency at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, which is a Level I trauma center just north of Detroit. Beaumont is consistently ranked as one of the top orthopedic centers in America and is the largest orthopedic hospital in the country. Dr. Geisinger then did a fellowship dedicated to spine surgery at Twin Cities Spine in Minneapolis, known for being one of the most innovative and historic spine centers in America. He specializes in degenerative conditions of the spine and spinal deformity. Dr. Geisinger treats all neck and back conditions and performs the entire spectrum of spine surgery including nonoperative and operative care. His surgical spine practice ranges from simple one level spine conditions to complex multi-level reconstructions and revision surgeries. He performs disc replacements as well as minimally invasive surgery.
Joined McFarland Clinic
Education & Professional Certification
- American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons
University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, Iowa City, IA
- Doctor of Medicine
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
- Bachelor of Science, Integrative Physiology
Beaumont Health System, Royal Oak, MI
- Orthopaedic Surgery Residency
Twin Cities Spine Center, Minneapolis, MN
- Orthopaedic Surgery Fellowship for Spinal Surgery
- American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
- North American Spine Society
- American Medical Association
- Iowa Orthopaedic Society
Advancing Spine Surgery - The O Arm
Dr. Jonathon Geisinger demonstrates the O Arm, which he uses in spine surgeries at Mary Greeley Medical Center.
Demystifying the Spine
Dr. Jonathon Geisinger discusses the causes of back pain and how it can be treated.