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Back pain, it's the most common type of musculoskeletal pain out there. It's debilitating, it prevents people from working, and it prevents them from participating in exercise, as well as all the activities of daily living. I'm here to tell you that it's treatable. In many cases, it's very easily treatable, and this is not just PT and acupuncture, or chiropractic. It's in addition to all these things.

Hi, my name is Dr Jennifer Stebbing and I would like to talk to you about other alternatives to treating back pain. This includes prolotherapy and sometimes PRP. If your back pain is related to disk disease, or facet arthritis, or issues with the nerves coming out from the spaces between the bones. These are all potentially treatable.

Some people do better, and some people don't do well at all. But I'm here to tell you, that I can assess these type of things and give you a reasonable way to maneuver through the medical system, so that you could get treated as best you can.

I'm Dr Jennifer Stebbing. I'm border certified in Family practice and Sports Medicine. If you'd like to look at my website, it's drstebbing.com and I can be reached at info@drstebbing.com. Please reach out to me, I'd like to help you.

Hi, I'm here to talk to you a bit more about back pain. There are reasons for back pain and the reasons behind the back pain can be anything from, for example, that you're out of alignment, or that you have trigger points, or that you have early arthritis, or you have scoliosis, or a leg length discrepancy that's causing a scoliosis. It's really important to evaluate all these things with x-rays, possibly MRI's and an ultrasound that I can do in the office. This helps us determine a more complete idea of why you're having pain. Sometimes the x-ray findings, if you just rely on them, will lead you astray, because they may not be the cause of your pain.

I'm Dr. Jennifer Stebbing. I'm an Osteopathic Family Physician with a Board Certification in Sports Medicine and I use all different types of modalities to evaluate and treat back pain. I'm here to tell you that you can get back to work, you can get back to exercise, as we evaluate you more thoroughly with some diagnostic imaging that's available. If you'd like some more information, you can look at my website, drstebbing.com, or email me info@drstebbing.com Hi. I'm here to talk to you a little bit more about back pain. There are reasons for back pain. And the reasons behind the back pain can be anything from for example that you're out of alignment, or that you have trigger points, or that you have early arthritis, or you have the scoliosis, or a leg length discrepancy that's calling a scoliosis.

It's really important to evaluate all these things with X-rays, possibly MRIs, and an ultrasound that I can do in the office. This helps us determine a more complete idea of why you're having pain. And sometimes the X-ray findings, if you just rely on them, will lead you astray, as they may not be the cause of your pain.

I'm Dr. Jennifer Stebbing, I'm an osteopathic family physician with board certification in sports medicine. And I use all different types of modalities to evaluate and treat back pain. I'm here to tell you that you can get back to work, you can get back to exercise, as we evaluate you more thoroughly with some of the diagnostic imaging that's available. Hi. I'm here to talk to you a little bit more about back pain. There are reasons for back pain. And the reasons behind the back pain can be anything from for example that you're out of alignment, or that you have trigger points, or that you have early arthritis, or you have the scoliosis, or a leg length discrepancy that's calling a scoliosis.

It's really important to evaluate all these things with X-rays, possibly MRIs, and an ultrasound that I can do in the office. This helps us determine a more complete idea of why you're having pain. And sometimes the X-ray findings, if you just rely on them, will lead you astray, as they may not be the cause of your pain.

I'm Dr. Jennifer Stebbing, I'm an osteopathic family physician with board certification in sports medicine. And I use all different types of modalities to evaluate and treat back pain. I'm here to tell you that you can get back to work, you can get back to exercise, as we evaluate you more thoroughly with some of the diagnostic imaging that's available.

If you'd like some more information, you can look at my website, drstebbing.com, or email me at info@drstebbing.com, and I will send you two more videos, from which you can get more information to help you feel comfortable about coming in to see me. Hi. Do you have pain going down your legs that you think is coming from your back? Sometimes this is a sign of nerve damage, or nerve compression, or an issue where the nerves exit at the spinal column. But it can also be indicative of a ligamentous referral pattern. There's other referral patterns like sclero patterns and trigger points have referral patterns, as well. Referral patterns are simply where you receive pain, but the pain may be coming from something else. It's really nice to have a doctor that can evaluate you in terms of these different pain patterns because it can change your pain drastically if the reason behind it is evaluated and treated appropriately.

I'm Dr. Jennifer Stebbing. I'm Board Certified in Family Practice and Sports Medicine. I'm here to tell you that, although, back pain is difficult to treat, it is treatable, in many cases. And I'd be happy to evaluate for those. I can be reached at info@drstebbing.com, where I'll send you two additional videos that give you more information on back pain. I hope this makes you feel a little bit more comfortable about coming in and seeing me. Thank you. " />

 

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

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