Patients in the Invictus Interventional Procedures Program will receive a diagnosis & treatment plan based on their underlying condition and the severity of it.
Bradley G. Christianson, DO
Board Certified Anesthesiologist & Interventional Procedures Practitioner
Interventional Procedures | Spine Team
Dr. Bradley G. Christianson is a board certified anesthesiologist who also performs interventional procedures. He has decades of experience in providing anesthesia for variety of surgical specialties in multiple states across the nation. In addition, Dr. Christianson performs interventional procedures at Invictus Healthcare System. With Dr. Christianson’s advanced knowledge of pain management, he has focused on providing procedure-based treatment to all areas of the spine (cervical, thoracic and lumbar) based on the patient's underlying condition. His attention to detail and compassionate care has proven to help patients receive optimal results.
He earned his Bachelor's of Arts in Chemistry from Willamette University and followed with his doctorate from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine at The University of North Texas Health Science Center. He completed his internship at the Dallas Fort Worth Medical Center and his residency at the Oregon Health Sciences University. He notably holds medical licenses in multiple states, such as Oklahoma, Texas and Oregon. He is also certified in advance cardiovascular life support as well as pediatric advanced life support.
Dr. Christianson won the award as the Outstanding Senior Resident in 1992 from the Oregon Health Sciences University. He received an Honorable Discharge from the United States Air Force as a Major and was honored with a Desert Storm Conflict Medal in 1995. We thank him for his brave service to our country.
Since joining Invictus in 2020, Dr. Christianson has devoted himself to ensuring that all of his patients receive excellent care. His rapport with patients and decades of experience, combined with the effective treatment options he provides have proven to be a great benefit to patients who are suffering from acute pain.