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Pain Management Commission Members

General information

The Pain Management Commission consists of not more than 19 members. Two members are members of a legislative committee with jurisdiction over human services issues, one Senator appointed by the President of the Senate and one representative appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives. Seventeen members are apponted by the Director of the Oregon health Authority, having considered recommendations from individuals and public and private agencies and organizations with experience or a demonstrated interest in pain management issues.

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Zachary Corbett, LAc, Chair
Zachary has been in practice as a licensed acupuncturist since 2001.  He originally practiced in California as an acupuncturist, herbalist and massage therapist.  His previous career was in molecular biology at a drug research facility at the Veteran’s Administration / UCLA.  He was a lecturer and faculty member at the Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine. He gave his first acupuncture treatments in 1999 and has practiced in Oregon since 2005.

Russell Wimmer, PA-C, Vice Chair

​Russell is a physician assistant in Lebanon, OR and currently practices at Samaritan Family Medicine Resident Clinic.  He comes to the commission with a variety of experiences across multiple disciplines including management, academic research, emergency services, primary and specialty medical care.  His current focus is on improving pain management in the primary care setting and serving as an active member of the Oregon Pain Alliance.  He received his Masters of Physician Assistant Studies from Heritage University.

Carolyn Concia, NP

​Carolyn brings 32 years of nursing practice to the work of the commission.  Her background includes providing in-home medical care to seniors and disabled individuals who are homebound.  She has served as a U.S.A.F. Reserve Flight Nurse in the 446th Aero-medical Evacuation Squadron at Joint Base Lewis McChord in Tacaoma, WA.  Ms. Concia received her MS in Nursing from St. Louis University and is board certified as an ANCC Gerontological Nurse Practitioner.

Lina Dorfmeister, CRNA NSPM-c

Lina is an Oregon Association of Nurse Anesthetist board member practicing in North Bend, Oregon.  She provides pain management services for Coquille Valley Hospital and is the Chief Lead Nurse Anesthetist at North Bend Medical Center.  Lina completed an advanced fellowship training in acute and chronic pain management at the University of South Florida and received a Masters degree in Nursing from the University of Buffalo, New York.  She is committed to providing specialized healthcare services to rural communities facing a shortage of healthcare providers.  

Shinta Imnasjah, Pharm D

Dr. Imnasjah serves as a Chief Pharmacist at NARA Northwest.  The Native American Rehabilitation Association of the Northwest, Inc. (NARA) provides education, physical and mental health services and substance abuse treatment that is culturally appropriate to Native Americans, Alaska Natives and other vulnerable people in the greater Portland, Oregon area.  She has a longstanding interest in pain management and worked with the Navajo and White Earth Reservations.  Controlled substance diversion and addiction have been a specialized area of practice and one of her passions after witnessing first-hand how these issues were affecting the families within Native American communities.

Terrance Manning II, ND, RMSK, MA

​Dr. Manning is a naturopathic physician who received multi-year post residency training with an interventional radiologist. He currently practices in an integrative setting (i.e. Interventional radiology, primary care sports medicine, and physiatry​) providing interventional pain management.  Terrance is familiar with naturopathic approaches, conventional and interventional approaches, as well as emerging treatments to address persistent pain.  He hopes to use his clinical experience, unconventional approach and empathy for those suffering with persistent pain syndromes to serve the state as a member of OPMC. ​

Michelle Marikos, Public Member

Michelle serves as a public member of the commission and has experience working as a Peer Support Specialist living with chronic pain. She also works as a consultant for OHSU Project ECHO, Center for Disease Control Steering Committee, and Oregon Pain Guidance Group Trainings. ​

Christine Martin, MD

​Dr. Martin serves as a physician faculty member at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU).  She has been involved in providing clinical pain management care of patients throughout Oregon for many years and holds a leadership role as the director of Acute Pain Management at OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.  Christine is part of a team that provides care for pediatric patients through OHSU's Comprehensive Pediatric Pain Clinic and strives to develop guidance for safe opioid prescribing for younger patients.  As part of OPMC, she is interested in working to expand clinical knowledge and advocacy to improve pain management for children throughout Oregon.​

Scott Pengelly, Ph.D.

​Scott is a licensed Clinical Pychologist and received his doctoral degree from the University of Oregon.  He has advanced clinical training in biofeedback, behavioral medicine and EMDR.  Dr. Pengelly is dedicated to helping relieve suffering due to chronic pain and impliments strategies to help improve quality of life & mood, reduce pain frequency, and lower the intensity and duration of pain flares.  Dr. Pengelly wishes to continue working towards these efforts combined with educating patients and colleagues about behavioral pain care.  He is a veteran of the US Navy, having served two tours in the Middle East, and regularly volunteers his time to treat vets with chronic pain and PTSD.

Stuart Rosenblum, MD, Ph.D.

Dr. Rosenblum has worked as an interventional pain specialist for over 30 years and brings a diverse clinical background in the management of pain to the work of the commissiion.  He earned his M.S. in Neurophysiology, Ph.D. in Medical Psychology and MD through OHSU.  Stuart has experience in teaching, research and direct clinical care in pediatrics, adults, & geriatrics.  Dr. Rosenblum believes in a multidisciplinary and team based approach to care. His philosophy is to partner with the patient and is interested in advancing education in the field of pain management.

Andrew Suchocki MD, MPH

​Dr. Suchocki is a Family Physician with a focus on preventative medicine and currently serves as the Medical Director for Clackamas Community Health Centers, Oregon.  He specializes and consults on system change in primary care around opiate prescribing, MAT system design and capacity growth in primary care.  Dr. Suchocki received his Doctorate degree in Medicine from Ohio State University and a Masters in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University.​

Cody Traweek, Pharm D

Dr. Traweek practices as a Clinical Pharmacist for Providence Health Plan of Oregon. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings seeing patients by appointment managing pharmacy related services including pain, diabetes, anticoagulation, and general chronic conditions.  She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy from Pacific University and additionally received a Masters degree of Healthcare Administration degree.   Her professional interests include ambulatory care, infectious disease, women’s health, substance abuse, global health, healthcare management, pharmacy law and policy. She is a member of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, American Pharmacist Association, Oregon Society of Health system Pharmacists, Oregon State Pharmacy Association and the Phi Lambda Sigma Leadership Society.  ​