Dr. Jennifer Stebbing, DO

Dr. Jennifer Stebbing DO is the leading provider of osteopathic care and comprehensive regenerative sports medicine to athletes and non-athletes alike in Camas, Washington. Board Certified in Sports Medicine, Dr Jennifer Stebbing specializes in a number of effective non-surgical treatments that reduce pain and promote healing throughout the body.

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.

She offers several safe, low-risk, effective treatments for pain, including but not limited to, trigger point release, nerve hydrodissection, prolotherapy and platelet-rich plasma injections.

In addition to osteopathic and sports medicine, she also provides aesthetic services and restorative sexual medicine services, using treatments like the O-Shot® and P-Shot® to address issues like urinary incontinence, female sexual dysfunction, lichen sclerosis and erectile dysfunction.

Dr. Jennifer Stebbing DO is committed to helping each patient achieve long-term health and function. If you have injuries that are not healing and you are interested and motivated to get your life back, book an appointment by phone or online today.


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A physician trained in Orthopedic Regenerative Medicine, Dr Jennifer Stebbing DO wrote “I Can Sit Again” as a guide to help patients who have injured themselves navigate thru the complex medical system to find non-surgical solutions to their pain. She is a puzzle master, intuitive listener, and beacon of hope for those who have done “everything” and still aren’t fully functional. She heralds from Camas in southern WA, where she has a physical practice and telemedicine practice.

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Dr. Jennifer Stebbing DO Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine
602 NE 3rd Ave
Camas, WA 98607
Phone: 360-258-1746
Fax: 603-373-8094
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