Areas We Treat

Dr. Stebbing treats pain in many different areas: neck, back, knee, hip, foot, ankle, nerve, pelvic pain, and sexual dysfunction.

Upper Body

Neck Pain

– Whiplash
– TMJ Pain or Bite Issues
– Degeneration
– Facet Issues or Arthritis
– Headaches referred from Neck
– Cracking, Tightness
– Cervical Plexus Pain-from nerves in the neck that radiate into head, ear, face
– Brachial Plexus Pain- nerves in the neck that lead to pain, numbness, tingling into the arm

Shoulder

– Rotator Cuff Tears – Glenohumeral Joint arthritis (mild to moderate) – Labral Tears – Bicep Tendinitis or Tendinopathy – SLAP Tears – Acromial Clavicular Joint Arthritis (AC Joint) – Glenohumeral Instability – Frozen Shoulder – Axillary Nerve Pain/Injury (pain or weakness in the upper arm) – Continued pain after surgery

Shoulder Cont.

– Suprascapular Nerve Pain/Injury (scapula or wing bone pain or weakness)
– Sternal-clavicular instability or pain
– Tightness
– Scar pain
– Posture related injury (shoulder forward)
– Muscle imbalance (common with weight lifters who concentrate on pecs and forget about lats)
– Rib – Shoulder Blade pain or tightness
– Shoulder Dislocations after shoulder has been put back into place.

Wrist & Hand

– DeQuervain’s Tenosynovitis
– Trigger Finger
– Finger Joint Pain
– Dupytren’s Contracture
– Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
– Radial Tunnel Syndrome
– Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injury (Game Keeper’s or Skier’s Thumb)
– Joint Hypermobility or Instability

Elbow

– Arthritis of Elbow, Wrist, Hand, Thumb, & Fingers
– Medial Epicodylitis or Epicondylosis (Golfer’s Elbow)
– Lateral Epicondylitis or Epicondylosis (Tennis Elbow)
– Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injury (Little League Elbow)

Elbow Cont.

– Triceps tendinitis or tendinopathy
– Ulnar Nerve Entrapment or Injury
– Radial Nerve Entrapment or Injury
– Median Nerve Entrapment or Injury
– Joint Hypermobility

Lower Body

Mid and Low Back Pain

– Rib Pain
– Facet Issues or Arthritis
– Spondylolithesis
– Tightness
– Recurrent Back Pain, especially with a relatively normal MRI
– Stenosis- treated closely with another like minded physician
– Sciatica
– Whiplash
– Scoliosis

Hip

– Arthritis – Labral Tears – Greater Trochanter Pain-pain on the widest part of the hip, noted with laying on it – Leg Length Discrepancy – Cam & Pincer Deformity (congenital, from birth) – Piriformis – Psoas Tendinopathy – Quadriceps Tendinopathy – Gluteus medius, Gluteus minimus  

Hip Cont.

– Tendinopathy- weakness with standing on one leg
– Adductor Tendinosis
– Quadricep Tears, Tendinosis
– Hamstring Tears, Tendinosis
– Lateral Femoral Nerve Entrapment/ Injury
– Femoral Nerve
– Groin Pain or Numbness
– Numbness & Tingling of the Thigh or Groin
– Joint Hypermobility (gymnasts, dancers, performance ice skaters)

Sacroiliac or Pelvic Pain

– Instability of the SI joint
– Leg  Length Discrepancy that doesn’t hold with repeated adjustments
– Pain after pregnancy
– Night time pain
– Trouble standing up straight
– Nerve Pain
– Abdominal Wall Pain
– Scar Pain

Pelvic Pain or Dysfunction

– Erectile Dysfunction
– Peyronie’s disease
– Incontience
– Low libido
– Dysparenia
– Superior Cluneal Nerve
– Iliohypogastric Nerve
– Ilioinguinal Nerve

Pelvic Pain or Dysfunction

Cont.

– Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve
– Femoral Nerve
– Genital Femoral Nerve

Knee

– Arthritis
– Knee Cap Pain or Patellar Femoral Tracking issues
– Meniscus Injuries
– Medial Collateral Ligament Injuries
– Lateral Collateral Ligament Injuries
– Pes anserine Pain- pain under the joint at the top of the tibia
– Joint Effusion (Fluid on the Knee)

Knee Cont.

– Tibia-Fibula Joint Pain or movement (outside of the knee)
– Saphaneous Nerve Injury
– Obturator Nerve Injury
– Knee hypermobility
– Dislocations after the joint has been re– placed in correct position
– Scar and Pain after Surgery

Foot and Ankle

– Ankle & Toes Arthritis
– Bunions
– Chronic Ankle Sprains & Instability
– Peroneal Tendinitis or Tendinopathy
– Plantar Fasciitis
– Tibia Nerve Entrapment
– Peroneal Nerve Entrapment
– Plantar Fasciitis or other foot pain
– Scar pain
– Continued pain after surgery

Nerve Pain

Upper Body Nerves

– Greater Occipital Nerve
– Cervical Plexus
– Brachial Plexus
– Axillary Nerve Pain/Injury
– Suprascapular Nerve Pain/Injury
– Ulnar Nerve Entrapment or Injury
– Radial Nerve Entrapment or Injury
– Median Nerve Entrapment or Injury

Lower Body Nerves

– Superior Cluneal Nerve
– Iliohypogastric Nerve
– Ilioinguinal Nerve
– Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve
– Femoral Nerve
– Sciatica
– Genital Femoral Nerve
– Saphaneous Nerve Injury

Lower Body Nerves

– Obturator Nerve Injury
– Peroneal Nerve Entrapment or Injury
– Tibial Nerve Entrapment or Injury

Why Choose Us

Dr. Stebbing is a highly rated independent female Sports Medicine doctor and osteopathic physician in Camas, WA.

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Integrity

She and her staff pursue open, honest relationships, working to establish trust to ensure the best possible outcome for each patient.

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Dedication

Dr Stebbing is dedicated to providing the optimal treatment options for each patient. With this in mind, she works tirelessly to find complementary providers (physical therapist, naturopathic physicians, exercise specialists, nutritionists, physicians and other healers) to assist with improving nutrition, exercise and mindset while healing. She encourages patients to take ownership of their health.

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Resourcefulness

She thinks outside the box, gathering comprehensive information, thoughtfully problem solving, and actively incorporating new ideas and strategies, all with the aim of optimal results.

Non-Surgical Treatment Options

Dr Stebbing offers diagnostic evaluation and non-surgical treatment options. Treatment options are dependent on the diagnosis and degree of injury.

Neck & Knee Pain From Car Accidents

Dr. Stebbing is very knowledgeable. She will take her time to explain your issues and give you a step by step plan to create the best outcome. She is very caring and patient focused. I have a long history of spinal and joint injuries including a lumbar spinal fusion, a torn MCL, and a very aggressive whiplash. I have had a prolo and my first PRP. I definitely see the results, especially in the reduction of my neck pain. I trust Dr Stebbing completely and would recommend her to anyone.

– D M.

Torn Meniscus and Osteoarthritis Knee Pain

After going down several wrong roads to solve my torn meniscus and osteoarthritis knee pain — a chiropractor recommended PRP / prolotherapy. I FINALLY feel I’m going down the right path to regaining an active lifestyle. Dr. Jennifer Stebbing took the time to go over my MRIs and X-rays. So far my treatments have yielded positive results (as evidenced by a followup MRI). I can’t wait to see results of a future MRI. 🙂 I have hope again.

– Karen R.

PRP For Aging Athletes

In my youth I played many sports that as I grew older gave me trouble.  Knees, elbows, back, wrists and feet all seemed to have pain and other issues.  Dr Stebbing’s treatments allowed me to walk with less pain, kneel again, shovel snow and all manner of picking up and bending over with success and less pain.  I will be forever grateful.

– Sylvia

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