Change your Mindset

Pain can be treated. You don't need to live with it or take medications to keep it under control. There are non-surgical options to encourage your body to heal. 

My friend injured her tailbone when she slipped on black ice after a day of skiing.  I wrote "I Can Sit Again: Non-surgical treatment for Tailbone Pain" with her story in mind.  Her pain interfered with her daily function. It affected her mood and her ability to participate in life. She had sought chiropractic treatment and rehab with physical therapy and benefited but her pain was not eliminated.

When I became aware of her situation, made the diagnosis and treated the area, she was able to ski the following ski season after a 2 year hiatus.

What I realized is that many people don't know that treatment options are available.  I wrote this book for those people who are looking for solutions for their pain.

Download this book to learn about them.
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Let's say that you don't have issues with sitting, but have pain. This book was written for you, too.   Examples of conditions that can be treated non-surgically are:

  • Pain from Car Accidents
  • Hypermobility Syndromes
  • Joint Arthritis
  • Pain after surgery
  • Tendon or Ligament Injuries
  • Back or Neck Pain
  • Overuse injuries

The hope for this book is that it introduces you to potential non-surgical solutions for treatment for your pain.  Please contact me for a an appointment or a telephone consult to discuss your case. 

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  • Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine

    “Live well, fit, listened to, pain free and be a mom (with Dr. Stebbing’s expertise)
    Dr. Stebbing is the comprehensive solution so many of us search and pine for. She is trained as a medical doctor but understands the body like your favorite naturopath and chiropractor and sports medicine doctor combined. She will listen to you and ask you guided questions once she has enough to start really sleuthing. And then together you will find a solution, again and again. Our active bodies need the type of care Dr. Stebbing provides: healthy and aligned ligaments, bones and muscles. Do you know about fascia? She’ll help you understand why it’s so important. She has multiple and layered solutions that help you feel as a patient,most importantly, hopeful. And then you are looking in the necessary direction of healing. Dr. Stebbing will help you sit again, stand again, run again, laugh again and be healthy again! Read her book and then schedule an appointment. She is a healer. ”

  • Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine

    “Great book!
    Dr. Stebbing is a “body whisperer “ She seems to intuitively know which areas of your body are hurting and/or in need of treatment. One of the best results of her treatment is that pain that you had in other body parts are relieved. For example, if your knee is being treated you may notice that your back is also feeling better. She takes the time to listen to you and she is not condescending like some specialists are. She takes your pain seriously and does not try to write you off by suggesting the problem is all in your head. ”

  • Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine

    “Must Have for Low Back Pain Sufferers.
    A highly practical approach to the often confusing nuance of lower back pain. Dr. Stebbing guides you through understanding the source of your most debilitating pain areas and then applies the regenerative solutions that improve quality of life. Good information leading to successful treatment. Using examples, her personal experience and presenting cases studies of her patients, Dr. Stebbing allows the reader to relate to her approach and successful treatment. She “walks the reader” through the deeply-personal process of interviewing, treatment and healing, and certainly gives hope to patients with tailbone pain, as well as joint pain. While using medical terms for anatomy, medications and procedures, Dr. Stebbing is careful to explain them in terms the lay reader can understand. She is also eager to incorporate other practitioners, such as chiropractors, acupuncturists, naturopaths, physical therapists and nutritionists, as well as lifestyle changes in a treatment program. No matter what your problem is, Dr. Stebbing wants to make sure you are “an informed consumer” and “ a proactive, informed decision maker”. ”

  • Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine

    “Reflections on “I Can Sit Again”
    With a different title I would give this book 4+ stars. A better name would be some short version of “A Master Therapist Summarizes Her Thoughts About The Use of Alternative Modalities for the Common Joint Pains and Describes Numerous Examples from Her Own Practice”. The book does that very well. Those who imagine from its title that the book will let them heal their own tailbone pain will be disappointed.
    Jennifer Stebbing is an intelligent, educated, caring, effective physician. She has helped me with a number of different joint issues over the past five years. I enormously appreciate her respect for the innate capacity of the human body to deal with its own ills. This text is a very useful introduction to the three main methods she employs to facilitate that process- prolotherapy injections, platelet rich plasma and stem cell therapy.
    Through her narrative she illustrates the concerns and principles of an extremely competent physician.
    When applied appropriately, her alternative approaches to pain can be extremely effective. However many physicians lack the knowledge and ethics to use them appropriately. Then they can be dangerous. Since most readers will not have the privilege of working with Jennifer Stebbing, most of those inspired by her narrative will need to find another physician offering alternative methods. I wish the book gave guidance on how to identify the many shams who are promoting these methods as cure-alls.
    By their nature, her three approaches do not lend themselves to self help. And her book does not cover the exercise and diet habits that are the complements to most programs of pain management. However the many case examples she describes are inspiring and will help readers imagine a life that attains an end to chronic pain without resort to extreme measures such as surgery. ”