Dr. Jennifer Stebbing, Doctor of Osteopathic MedicineDr. Jennifer Stebbing, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)

Dr. Jennifer Stebbing is passionate about Sports Medicine, treating athletes and non-athletes alike. Dr. Stebbing uses her hands for both diagnosis and treatment, embracing the fine art of osteopathic manipulation that was the foundation of her medical training. Her treatment philosophy stems from her osteopathic roots, to care for the body as an integrated system to treat the entire person rather than single areas/organ systems.

Dr. Stebbing treats pain and injury by providing a comprehensive evaluation of the musculoskeletal system and creating a personalized plan to promote healing, increase function and decrease pain, allowing the full return to sport and life.

Dr. Jennifer Stebbing sees patients in her Portsmouth, New Hampshire practice, located less than hour north of Boston, Massachusetts and about an hour south of Portland, Maine.

Core Values

Integrity - We pursue open, honest relationships, working to establish trust to ensure the best possible outcome for patients.

Passion - We thoroughly believe that nutrition and exercise are the foundations of health and wellness. We encourage patients to take ownership of their health, and support them through the changes we recommend.

Resourcefulness - We think outside the box, gathering comprehensive information, thoughtfully problem-solving, and actively incorporating new ideas and strategies, all with the aim of optimal results.

Platelet Rich Plasma


Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is considered a first-line non-surgical treatment to muscle or joint injuries that cause pain and/or dysfunction. Platelet Rich Plasma is derived from a patient's own blood, centrifuged to remove red blood cells.  The yellow plasma has a concentrated amount of platelets that are used to treat injuries.

Prolotherapy


Prolotherapy is a 60 year old injection technique, targeting hypermobile joints and/or pain related to ligament or tendon attachments to bones. A controlled injury is induced in these areas to encourage the ligament or tendon to heal in a shortened position.

Osteopathic Manipulation


Osteopathic manipulation is a hands-on treatment beginning with an evaluation of your full body. Dr. Jennifer Stebbing uses her hands to diagnose and treat pain, tightness and limitations in motion in virtually any joint or area of the body.

Take the first step on your path to recovery


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