Dr. Mary Galloway • 470 Villa Rd • Newberg, Oregon • 503-554-5865

Recent Articles

Be Gentle on Yourself

Movement and exercise are essential for health.  So why is it sometimes painful to exercise? Why do I sometimes hurt so much the next day? It may be that the fascia in your body is out of shape. The Basics of Fascia Fascia is the connective tissue that surrounds muscles and organs in the

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The Re-Emergence of Trust

Today’s blog is a reprint of an article I wrote in 2014. I feel the subject of trust is very relevant in today’s medical community. Health is not always about the latest herb research or diet, but about how the relationships between doctors and patients can impact a person’s ability to heal. The Re-Emergence

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It’s Good to be Bitter!

A bitter is an herb or plant that stimulates digestion.  When you eat it, the bitter taste stimulates your taste buds which stimulates your pancreas, liver and gall bladder. Examples include dandelion leaves, burdock leaves and hops. Who Needs Bitters? People with indigestion or heartburn: Heartburn is more often caused by not enough stomach

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