Shawn Sills, MD – Touchstone Interventional Pain Center
Anesthesiologist Specializing in Pain Management
Touchstone founder, Dr. Shawn M. Sills, is a board certified anesthesiologist, addiction medicine specialist and interventional pain physician dedicated to serving his patients and the community. He is passionate about providing his patients with new and innovative options for pain management and understands the burden
of chronic pain on his patients as well as their families.
Since moving to Southern Oregon in 2004, Dr. Sills has pioneered interventional pain management and continues to improve his techniques as well as introduce new modalities, and emerging technologies, to chronic pain patients.
Bachelor’s Degree: Graduated June of 1993 Chemistry/Biochemistry at University of
California San Diego – Summa Cum Laude Honors Medical Degree: Graduated June of 1999 at Loma Linda University School of Medicine Alpha Mega Alpha Honor Society
Surgical Internship: Completed June of 2000 at Oregon Health Science University
Anesthesiology Residency: Completed June of 2003 at Loma Linda University Medical Center
Pain Management Fellowship: Completed June of 2004 at Loma Linda University Medical Center
• American Board of Anesthesiology with subspecialty certification in
• Fellow of Interventional Pain Practitioners (World Institute of Pain)
• American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians
• American Board of Addiction Medicine
Congratulations to Dr. Shawn Sills After being recognized as a Vitals Top 10 Doctor in the State of Oregon!
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Amy Wills, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC
Amy Wills FNP-BC began her career in the medical field as a registered nurse in 1995 after graduating from Prestonsburg Community College in Kentucky. Amy worked at Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center as a charge nurse and at Highlands Regional Medical Center mainly as an emergency room nurse, both in Kentucky. In 2007, Amy began work as a travel RN and spent a year working at Rogue Regional Medical Center (RRMC) in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). When a full-time job working for RRMC became available she signed on full time where she worked until 2014, at which time she graduated with a master’s degree from the Family Nurse Practitioner program at Graceland University in Lamoni Iowa. Amy, then began practicing as a Family Nurse Practitioner and has provided care for many patients in the valley while working at Providence Medical Group, La Clinica and at Rogue Community Health. In 2019 Amy graduated from Gonzaga University in Spokane with a master’s in nursing degree as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Over her 25 year nursing career Amy has provided care for orthopedic, cardiovascular, traumatic brain injury, respiratory failure, myocardial infarction, stroke, and many other medical diagnosis’s to numerous to list. Promoting and coordinating a patients care in an effective manner with multiple specialties to help ensure the patients best outcome is her driving force. Amy currently has a focus on pain management and has been working with chronic pain patients in a dedicated fashion since 2018.
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Bryan Castleberry, FNP
Bryan Castleberry began his career in the medical field as a Fire Fighter/Paramedic for almost ten years. The work as a paramedic further developed his passion for helping individuals in need and prompted his further pursuit of education and licensing as a Nurse Practitioner. Bryan obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing in 1996 from the University of Texas. Upon his graduation he was hired by a prestigious medical center in Tyler, Texas in their in-house residency program in Critical Care Nursing. He spent ten years in that position working with Trauma Surgeons who suggested he continue his education and become an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. Bryan enter the nurse practitioner program at Colorado State University in Pueblo, Colorado and obtained his master’s in nursing (Acute Care Nurse Practitioner) in May of 2005. Bryan has built on his previous experiences and education working as Nurse Practitioner in a Level II trauma center for nearly 10 years as an RN, followed by almost nine years as a Critical Care Intensivist at locations in Colorado, Washington and New Mexico. Since 2017, Bryan has worked as a Nurse Practitioner with a geriatric population as well as in the Hematology/Oncology fields.
Bryan brings a passion for helping individuals with chronic pain and feels privileged to bring his skills and expertise to Touchstone Interventional Pain patients.
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Lorry Heubner, PA-C
Lorry Huebner was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska. She attended the University of Alaska. She became a Paramedic for the Anchorage Fire Department and retired in 1992. Subsequently, she returned to school and attended the University of Washington in the Medex Northwest Physician Assistant program and graduated in 1997. Lorry worked as a physician assistant in Dermatology for three years in Anchorage, Alaska before relocating to Southern Oregon in 2000. She then began practicing in retina and vitreous as a physician assistant, where she worked for 7 years. In 2010, Lorry began working in Pain Management. She is focused on helping her patients improve their quality of life. Lorry understands back and neck pain first hand as she has had a lumbar and cervical fusion. Lorry Specializes in Pain Relief and has the compassion and care serving her patients.
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Siri David Alrick, CAS, CADCII
Siri David Alrick was born and raised in Silverton, Oregon. He completed his Bachelors Degree in Sociology and Psychology in 1971. Between 1974 and 1985, Siri worked with troubled and delinquent youth as a counselor and educator. In 1985, he began working as an addiction therapist and became a Certified Addiction Specialist (CAS) in 1991. Siri then obtained his Certification as an Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADCII) in 1996 and has used his training and skills to help people overcome the obstacles of addiction. He is involved in a continuous extensive study of yoga, relaxation, breathing techniques, guided imagery, and energy medicine. In his free time, Siri enjoys spiritual study, hiking, and gardening.
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Glenda Wilson was born and raised in the Rogue Valley. She graduated from Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming with a degree in Office Administration. Glenda’s has an extensive 35+ year work history in the medical, behavioral health, computer and government sectors. This experience gives her a broad base of knowledge and understanding of the business environment. Glenda is focused on providing high levels of customer service that are delivered with compassion and empathy.
Glenda lives in Medford with her husband and when she is not working, enjoys being in nature, gardening, and crafts.
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