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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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.
Dottie Oliveira is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner.
She began her nursing career in 1990, working in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Wake Medical Center, Raleigh, NC. Throughout her career as an RN, she mainly focused on women’s and children’s health including16 years as a labor and delivery nurse. Dottie relocated with her family to Southern Oregon in 2005, completed her bachelor’s degree at the University of Great Falls in Montana, and most recently completed her master’s degree in nursing at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington in 2012.
Her focus on studying to become a family nurse practitioner was chosen both to broaden her area of expertise as well as to fulfill her desire to care for patients and families across the lifespan. Combining her passion with new skill sets Dottie’s medical practice has shifted from labor and delivery to Primary Care and Pain Management. Understanding how the different stages of life transition one to the next each with its own unique health issues, Dottie works to promote wellness, and facilitates disease prevention protocols while engaging her patients as active participants in the care process. Dottie believes listening is a powerful tool. Therefore, she spends the time needed to hear your story, your concerns and thoughts. From that type of meaningful exchange Dottie believes every aspect of patient care improves.
Laurilee Sweeney is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner.
Laurilee was born in Southern California but has spent the past 23 years in the Pacific Northwest and recently relocated to the Medford area from Roseburg. She earned her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Washington in Seattle; completed her RN at Umpqua Community College as part of the Oregon Health Sciences University Consortium in Nursing Education (OCNE) and earned her Master’s of Science in Nursing (MSN), Family Nurse Practitioner from Walden University. Laurilee is passionate about delivering excellent personalized patient care and creating long lasting patient relationships. She has several years nursing experience providing care for Veterans and others suffering from chronic pain and has witnessed how pain directly impacts quality of life and wants to help patients get the most from their life. She believes that a holistic approach to pain and healing (mind, body, spirit) offers patients the most successful and sustaining outcomes.
In her spare time, Laurilee volunteers in the community, enjoys her dog, horses and equestrian events. She has interests in aromatherapist, herbalism, geology and is a rock hound. Laurilee loves hiking to waterfalls and is looking forward to fly fishing and enjoying all things special and unique to the Rogue Valley.
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.