William Brown, DO, Osteopathic Physician

William Brown, DO, Osteopathic Physician

Bachelor of Science in Zoology, University of Washington, 1971 Doctor of Osteopathy, College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, 1975 Internship, Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital 1975-76 Board Eligible American College of Emergency Medicine
With over 35 years experience in osteopathy and emergency medicine, Dr. William Brown brings maturity and expertise to the SW PT staff. He provides thorough and holistic osteopathic manual therapy for a variety of conditions. As a physician, he is also able to screen and assess possible related medical issues. Don’t let the picture fool you, “Dr. B” is way more approachable in person.

Jennifer Pumpelly, Massage Therapist, Front Office Manager, Physical Therapy Aide

Certificate of Massage Therapy with honor, Ashmead College, 2005
Jennifer has been practicing massage since 2005 (OR. lic #12000). She provides relaxation and therapeutic massages to reduce pain, decrease tissue restriction, increase range of motion, and improve posture. Jennifer has additional training in sports massage, myofascial release, and structural integration, myofascial release for scoliosis, strain counter strain with Jones Institute, as well as many years of experience treating motor vehicle and work related injuries. She enjoys educating her clients of all ages about the benefits of massage, their body awareness, and helping them reach their goals through massage. In her personal time, Jennifer enjoys cycling and running.

Collin Stoll, LAC, Acupuncturist

Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, 1998

Since 1999 I have had the honor to work with the practitioners and clients of Southwest Family Physicians. I have dedicated my professional life to serving you through the art of Chinese medicine so that you may have greater opportunity to live life fully.

The foundation of my practice is the time honored principle of listening to you, your body, your whole being. Through careful listening I am able to focus on your health concerns and aspirations and treat you appropriately with acupuncture, herbal medicine, questions and advice. You can visit my website at stollacupuncture.com.

Conor Hinds, Physical Therapy Aide, Front Office

Bachelor of Science, University of Oregon
Conor graduated with a Human Physiology degree from the University of Oregon. At UofO, he focused on anatomy and biomechanics, where his interest in physical therapy developed. He plans on applying to physical therapy school to continue learning about the science of movement in order to live a healthier life and help others to do the same. Conor’s other interests include making music, hiking, camping, and weightlifting.


Erin Dustrude-Lampert, PT, DPT

Doctorate in Physical Therapy and Undergraduate in Exercise Science, Pacific University

Erin Dustrude, PT, DPT, is a physical therapist at Southwest Family Physicians in Tigard, Oregon, where she specializes in pelvic floor physical therapy and rehabilitation.

Erin earned both her doctorate degree in physical therapy and an undergraduate degree in exercise science from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon, with an emphasis on manual therapy and biomechanics.

She is currently pursuing classes to help further her work in pelvic floor rehabilitation through the American Physical Therapy Association with a particular interest in how pelvic floor rehabilitation improves pre- and post-partum, prolapse and incontinence, concerns. Erin also likes mentoring and hosting physical therapy students in the clinic who are on their way to becoming future PTs.

Erin has been practicing in outpatient orthopedics since 2008, and she enjoys working with a variety of ages, athletes, and patients with women’s health concerns. She likes hiking, visiting the Oregon coast, and spending time with her family and friends including husband Joel, kids Jackson and Amaya, and dog Oliver.

Karen Baltz-Gibbs, PT, DPT, LMT, CSCS

Bachelors of Science in Health & Human Performance/Athletic Training, George Fox University, Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Pacific University

Dr. Karen Baltz Gibbs began her education with a B.S in Health & Human Performance/Athletic Training from George Fox University and completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Pacific University.

She is also a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT), Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Certified Mulligan Practitioner (CMP), and Wilderness First Responder NOLS, (WFR).

Karen believes in treating the body as a whole system, in that everything is connected. Karen uses Manual Therapy to assist the patient to attain functional movement, and then incorporates movement re-education to improve her exercise treatment approach. Her educational background, experience and commitment to her patients make her an enthusiastic resource to work with.

She has treated a wide variety of patients in the Orthopedic and Sports populations including general and sport specific injuries, post surgical diagnoses. She specializes in Concussion and Cardiopulmonary care as well.

Outside of work, Karen enjoys spending time with her family in the outdoors, fishing, camping and hiking. She loves all sports, especially Track & Field and Cross Country; she has been volunteering at USA Track & Field events, and Triathlon and bicycling events for many years. She began her running career as a sprinter/Heptathlete and Cross-Country runner for George Fox University and has taken part in a variety of races from 5k’s to marathons.