Treatment Areas


 

Treatment Areas

 

Nerve & Muscle Pain

Upper Body

– 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

– Superior Cluneal Nerve

– Iliohypogastric Nerve

– Ilioinguinal Nerve

– Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve

– Femoral Nerve

– Sciatica

– Genital Femoral Nerve

– Saphaneous Nerve Injury

– Obturator Nerve Injury

– Peroneal Nerve Entrapment or Injury

– Tibial Nerve Entrapment or Injury

Pelvic Pain or Dysfunction

– Superior Cluneal Nerve

– Iliohypogastric Nerve

– Ilioinguinal Nerve

– Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve

– Femoral Nerve

– Genital Femoral Nerve

 

Spine

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

– Mid Back Pain

– Rib Pain

– Low Back 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

Sacroiliac or Pelvic Pain

– Instability

– Leg  Length Discrepancy that doesn’t hold with repeatd adjustments

– Pain after pregnancy

– Night time pain

– Trouble standing up straight

– Nerve Pain

– Abdominal Wall Pain

– Scar Pain

 

Knee, Ankle, & Foot

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)

– 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 & 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 

Shoulder

– Arthritis

– Rotator Cuff Tears

– 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)

– Suprascapular Nerve Pain/Injury (scapula or wing bone pain or weakness)

– Hypermobile or Unstable Joints (shoulder clicks or pops)

– Sterno-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.

– Continued pain after surgery


 

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 – 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)


 

Elbow, Wrist & Hand

Elbow & Wrist

– 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)

– Triceps tendinitis or tendinopathy

– Ulnar Nerve Entrapment or Injury

– Radial Nerve Entrapment or Injury

– Median Nerve Entrapment or Injury

– Joint Hypermobility

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


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

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360-258-1746