Orthopedic and Spine Integrated Services
Restored Mobility, Better Function, Improved Quality of Life
Oasis Orthopedic and Spine Integrated Services is dedicated to delivering to eliminate the pain, discomfort and dysfunction of numerous conditions of the neck and back. Our award-winning team of surgeons and medical staff offer the latest in research, technology and treatments for pain management, minimally invasive, and other common surgical techniques. Our comprehensive “concierge” services range from non-surgical, conservative methods to gentle, minimally invasive surgeries performed through incisions that are smaller than a postage stamp.
Our surgeons are dedicated to achieving the best results for every patient with the least invasive approach possible using state-of-the-art equipment and procedures to promote faster recovery times that allow you to return to normal activities much sooner. We offer expert diagnosis and treatment for pain and dysfunction caused by deformity, degenerative disc disease, trauma. We operate in the most efficient way to provide a safe environment and deliver the most effective surgical services to patients.
At Oasis, our entire staff believes the surgical process should be as painless as possible, recovery should be fast, and success rates should be high. Our medical team includes board certified spine surgeons, physicians, and anesthesiologists supported by a medical staff that makes your care its first priority.
From a young age, Robert Golan was predisposed to disc herniation, endured two open-back surgeries in his 20s and a lifetime of intermittent back pain. Due to nerve damage, Robert used a cane, was unable to stand fully upright, feel his toes or put weight on his ankle. Then in August 2010 he was struck with unending,
A herniated disc left Joyce in constant pain and unable to function normally. With no other options after months in physical therapy and pain management trying to avoid surgery Mack decided to have an endoscopic discectomy, a minimally invasive spine surgery procedure. She walked out of surgery pain free — wishing