Pasco Office

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Pasco Office

Phone: 509-314-2247

Fax: 509-545-1112

Hours: Mon-Thurs: 7:00am - 7:00pm | Fri : 7:00am - 4:00pm | Sat-Sun: Closed

Address: 6825 Burden Blvd #D | Pasco, WA 99301

Pasco Staff

Ivanka Kuran

Physical Therapist, PT, DPT, OCS, COMT, ATC
Pasco Clinic Manager

Dr. Kuran joined Oasis Physical Therapy in 2017.  She is a board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. She has also achieved Level IV/COMT certification as a Certified Orthopedic Manipulative Therapist through the North American Institute of Manual Therapy indicating advanced clinical competency.  She completed her Athletic Training Certification through Mount Royal College and Bachelor of Science degree/PT from the University of Alberta In Canada.  Ivanka went back to complete her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the College of St. Scholastica in 2012.  She has 25 years experience in private practice orthopedics with an emphasis in manual therapy for advanced spine conditions as well as treating endurance athletes involved in swimming, biking and running.  Her special interest is manual therapy for the neck and back.  Ivanka ran cross country and track in college and has completed over 60 marathons, along with 24 full Ironman events.  It’s not just about the finish line, it’s about the experiences and people along the way that keeps her motivated.  In her spare time, Ivanka enjoys travel and volunteering in the community supporting kids’ sports and organizing biking and Ironman races.


Ray Johnston

Physical Therapist, PT, MPT

Ray joined Oasis Physical Therapy in 2014. Most recently he completed an APTA Credentialed Orthopedic Residency in 2013. He graduated with his Masters in Physical Therapy in 2002 from the Richard Stockton College of NJ. He began his career in NJ and in 2005 he became a traveling physical therapist which brought him out to the west coast. Since that time he has had the opportunity to work in a variety of settings such as acute care, orthopedic outpatient, subacute, and home health. He realized through traveling that the orthopedic outpatient environment was his favorite. Since 2002, he has taken numerous continuing education classes in manual therapy. In the next few years, he hopes to obtain his certification in the McKenzie Method and become a board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, hiking, playing tennis, and biking. He has been fortunate enough to travel to Europe, and New Zealand. He has also driven across the USA 5 times. His goal is to try to explore all 7 continents. He is looking forward to helping out the patients of the Tri Cities area to the best of his ability.


Keefe Lynch

Physical Therapist, PT, DPT

Dr. Keefe Lynch grew up in the heart of Central Oregon. He enjoyed the beautiful nature while he was actively involved with outdoor enthusiasts and athletes of all kinds. Going through his own intense physical therapy journey he discovered his love for the craft. He earned his B.S. from the University of Oregon and later went on to pursue his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, Texas. His primary focus during PT school was on orthopedics and manual therapy. His next goal is to pursue Manual Therapy Certification. He believes that education is powerful and is committed to encouraging individuals to invest in their health for life long wellness in the midst of pain, injury and age. His aim is to enable others to participate and obtain their highest level of performance within the activities that enrich their human experience, utilizing his manual therapy skill set and lively personality. He is also actively involved in church.


J. A. ‘Andy’ Hay

Physical Therapist Assistant, PTA

Andy joined Oasis Physical Therapy in 2013. He is a licensed physical therapist assistant. In 2009, he received his A.A.S. from the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Spokane Falls Community College. Prior to joining the Oasis team, he worked for several years in industrial, orthopedic and aquatic physical therapy. He immensely enjoys working with the wonderful variety of clients in our clinic.  Andy (James) was born in Montana, but spent the greater balance of his life in Spokane, before relocation to the Tri-Cities. Previous to his career in physical therapy, he had variously owned a coffeehouse-bistro and worked for several years as an automotive refinisher. He feels that moving into physical therapy has been the best occupational decision in his life. On his own time, Andy loves spending time with his wife, Annette, and their kitty-kat (and his buddy), Ringo. He also enjoys cooking, discussing, tasting, inventing, pondering, etc. food and beverage for friends and family. Additionally, he has for several years sang and played bass with the ‘coolest group of other old geezers just trying to stay young’ at the odd weekend gig.


Elyde Carillo

Physical Therapist Assistant, PTA

Elyde joined Oasis Physical Therapy in 2016. She is a licensed physical therapist assistant. She graduated with her PTA degree from Green River College in Auburn, WA in 2016. She also attended Columbia Basin College where she received her Associates in Arts and Science. She was raised in Prosser and graduated from Prosser High School. After school she moved back to Eastern Washington to pursue her goal to work in a setting that not only helps individuals return to their optimal lifestyle but to be in an environment where she could use her bilingual skills with Spanish speaking patients. She enjoys hiking, camping, gardening, anything that involves the outdoors and spending time with family and friends.


Diana Milton

Physical Therapist Assistant, PTA, CKTP, ATRIC 

Diana joined Oasis Physical Therapy in 2012. She is a licensed physical therapist assistant and Certified Kinesiotaping Practitioner. She is a Tri-Cities native and graduated with her PTA degree in 2012 from Pima Medical Institute and undergraduate degree from Washington State University in 2007. Diana has worked in acute physical therapy primarily with patients immediately after joint replacement surgery and open heart surgery. She has also worked in inpatient rehabilitation where she primarily worked with neuromuscular education and functional movement training in patients with stroke and traumatic brain injury. Since working at Oasis, she has had further training in Graston technique, aquatics, functional movement, and in Kinesiotaping. She specializes in aquatic therapy and enjoys pediatrics as well as using manual therapy techniques to reduce pain. Diana is a certified therapist through the Aquatic Therapy and Rehab Institute with further training in Bad Ragaz Ring Method and BioExercise. She loves spending time with her husband and son and is involved in community theatre and the local arts community as well as enjoys kayaking, swimming and biking.