FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why Choose Invictus Healthcare System?
Instead of a massive, cumbersome healthcare facility, we provide an individualized, holistic approach to each person’s specialized needs. Our providers are known for their innovative techniques and that they truly care for each and every patient.
How Do I Book an Appointment?
There are many options to book an appointment at Invictus Healthcare with one of our providers. You may request an appointment online, call our front office at (918) 994-4000 or send an email to email@example.com.
How Quickly Can I Get an Appointment?
At Invictus we know that when you are in need of our services, the sooner you can be seen, the better. Most patients can be scheduled within 72 hours, although many patients are seen on the same day or the next day.
What Personal Information Will I Need On-Hand?
Please Have The Following Information Available:
Your full name
Date of birth
Phone number and address
Social security number
Insurance Carrier and ID Number
Description of injury or symptoms
Testing you have had done in the last 6 months
Where is Invictus Healthcare Located?
Our clinic is located at 9709 E. 79th Street, Tulsa, OK 74133, which is just East of Mingo. For the Google Maps navigation link, click here.
Does Invictus Healthcare Accept Medicare and Medicaid Insurance?
Yes, we accept Medicare and Medicaid insurance plans.
What Insurance Plans Does Invictus Healthcare Accept?
Invictus Healthcare is a preferred provider for most major insurance carriers. Please call (918) 994-4000 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to verify your specific insurance information.
How Can I Access My Patient Information?
We pride ourselves in offering secure access to your most up to date information. Through the patient portal, you have access to view future appointments, prescribed medications and your provider's chart data. To access the Patient Portal page, click here. If you do not have your login information, please contact our front desk at (918) 994-4000.
What Is Stem Cell Therapy?
Stem cell therapy, also known as regenerative medicine, is a new and advancing scientific field, which promotes a reparative response in diseased, dysfunctional or injured tissue using adult stem cells. For more information, visit our stem cell therapy webpage.
What Is Minimally Invasive Surgery?
Minimally invasive surgery outcomes result in a quicker recovery from surgery and less pain.
It is performed through a small incision rather than a large, open incision that traditional surgeons use. Through this small incision, the surgeon is able to work through a tube with the assistance of a microscope to perform the surgery. This leads to less trauma to muscles, nerves and tissues, less bleeding, scarring, hospital time and trauma to organs. With a lesser amount of pain, patients are able to reduce the amount of narcotics taken after surgery.
The purpose of minimally invasive surgery is to stabilize the vertebral bones and spinal joints and to relieve the pressure being applied to the spinal nerves. This relieves problems that have resulted from conditions such as spinal instability, bone spurs, herniated discs, or spinal tumors.
Where Do Invictus Healthcare Physicians Perform Surgery?
Invictus Healthcare physicians have privileges at the following hospitals:
Oklahoma Surgical Hospital
Hillcrest Medical Center (Main)
Hillcrest Hospital South
Cancer Treatment Center
St. John Health System (Main)
Does Invictus Healthcare Accept Worker's Compensation Cases?
Invictus Healthcare accepts worker's compensation cases and provides occupational medicine for our clients. To learn more about our worker's compensation program, please click here.
Where Are Procedures Performed?
The majority of the treatments and procedures provided by Invictus Healthcare take place in our state-of-the-art healthcare facilities, while surgery is performed at select local hospitals.
How Do I Pay My Bill?
We accept check, cash and all major credit cards. To pay your bill online, click here.