Matthew Dhieux has been a practicing medicine as a certified Physician assistant for nine years.
He received his degree in Biology from Pacific Lutheran University then successfully graduated from Red Rock Community college physician assistant program.
He practiced internal medicine for eight years, which makes him very comfortable evaluating and treating multiple medical conditions, including diabetes, cardiovascular and endocrine disease. As well as management of chronic pain. He was also in charge of the osteopenia program.
Mr. Dhieux joined Advanced Neurology in 2016 and successfully incorporated his previous knowledge in internal medicine into his current practice. He’s current interest lies in the treatment of chronic headaches, peripheral nerve disorders, movement disorders and traumatic brain injuries. He manages chronic pain with a variety of medications, nontraditional supplements, vitamins and injections.
Besides his medical practice he enjoys spending his time with his family skiing and playing hockey. He is looking forward to soon becoming a grandfather. He has traveled many parts of the world and is always eager to explore other countries.