Matthew A. Rendel, MD


Accepting new patients. A referral is required.

4.8 / 5 (Based on 34 Reviews)

Dr. Rendel is board-certified in neurological surgery. He earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology in 1996 from Indiana University in Bloomington. He earned a master’s degree in biology in 1997 from Purdue University and a master’s degree in physiology in 2000 from Indiana University, both in Indianapolis. He earned a medical degree in 2004 from the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis. Dr. Rendel completed his internship and residency in neurosurgery at University of Kansas Medical Center, where he also served as a faculty member. Prior to joining LMH, Rendel worked for Community Health Network in Indianapolis.

Doctor's Contact Information

  • Office Phone 785-505-5815

Medical Areas of Expertise


Spine Care


Education and Training

Degree Butler University, Indianapolis, IN, Psychology Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Purdue University, IUPUI Campus, Indianapolis, IN, Master of Science in Biology Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN, Master of Science in Physiology
Medical Degree Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN, Doctor of Medicine
Internship Kansas University Medical Center, KC, KS, General Surgery
Residency Kansas University Medical Center, KC, KS, Neurosurgery

Board Certified

American Board of Neurological Surgery

  • Lawrence Spine Care
    1130 W. 4th St
    Suite 3204
    Lawrence, KS 66044
    Phone: Main 785-505-5815

Provider Review Comments

February 05, 2021
Dr. Rendel allowed me to ask questions and then he addressed my issues without making me feel like he was pushing my decision in a particular direction.
November 24, 2020
once I got to talk to the doctor everything went well.
July 14, 2020
Dr Rendell is a great doctor
October 17, 2019
I recommend Rendel to my mom!
October 03, 2019
I have already told one of my friends that she should go and see Dr Rendel
July 30, 2019
Dr Rendel spent more than an hour with me discussing my back and possible treatments.
May 07, 2019
I had informed the doctor that I did not want to have to go through a bunch of things that I didn't think was necessary, explain to me the reasons why he would recommend that I do such things. it made sense and made me more comfortable with his treatment plan and procedures that I was not comfortable with before. by treating me like a human being instead of an object. He made me feel very good about any care that I would have with him and the hospital!
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