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Dr. Garland is a Board Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician and Functional Strength Coach with over ten years of experience, ready to provide you with a modern approach to chiropractic and physical health. After graduating from Fairfield University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, Dr. Garland attended Northeast College of Health Sciences (Formerly known as New York Chiropractic College), where he realized his passion further. Dr. Garland utilizes continuing certified education courses and continues to bring modern techniques to the clinic.
Dr. Garland has treated athletes and competitors from numerous sporting events, including professional disc golf tournaments, CrossFit competitions, and marathon runners. Dr. Garland serves on the medical committee for the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA) and as the on-site provider for Disc Golf Pro Tour events. In addition, he provides insight on the advisory board for Disc Golf Strong. Dr. Garland also served on the governance board of the Community Wellness Collective, a mental health collaborative effort to provide better access to quality social services in the community.
Dr. Meredith Taccetta brings an active skill set to our practice, including sports medicine, pregnancy care, and rehabilitation for many different injuries and conditions. She attended Virginia Tech for her undergraduate degree in Animal and Poultry Sciences, then attended the University of Western States to pursue her chiropractic education. While at UWS, she had the unique opportunity to treat patients at an off-campus clinic internship working. She is passionate about getting patients back to their daily routine and the activities they love while also looking for ways to better their quality of life.
Stephanie Arthur, LAc. received her Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in 2013. She is licensed by the Oregon Medical Board and Nationally Board Certified by the NCCAOM to practice acupuncture and herbal medicine, as well as advise clients through dietary, nutritional and lifestyle guidance. Currently, she is pursuing advanced studies in orthopedic and sports medicine acupuncture, working towards certification through the AcuSport Education Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification (SMAC) program.
Stephanie knew at a young age that she wanted to work in a healing profession. She was influenced to study medicine through her mother, a registered nurse, and her paternal grandmother, who wanted to become a doctor but was unable to attend college. Her grandmother studied medical texts for fun, and was enthusiastic about nutrition, supplements, and the natural treatments of disease. Stephanie’s mother attended nursing school while Stephanie was in junior high. Her mother would sometimes get Stephanie involved with helping her study for exams, discussing health topics with her, and even inviting Stephanie to her Anatomy and Physiology lab. Both of these women played a huge role in influencing Stephanie’s love for medicine and service.
In her early twenties Stephanie felt called to study the healing arts and discovered a strong affinity for the study of Traditional Chinese medicine. She has experienced the effectiveness of Chinese medicine firsthand and uses it to manage her own health and the health of her loved ones. She has deep admiration and respect for this beautiful, gentle, yet strongly effective ancient medicine system.
Stephanie is passionate about helping clients reach their health goals and improve their quality of life. She uses acupuncture, myofascial release techniques, herbal medicine, nutrition, exercise and stretching to successfully aid clients with acute and chronic pain conditions, headaches, women’s health issues, autoimmune and digestive disorders, stress, anxiety, PTSD, and a wide array of internal medicine conditions. She specializes in treating all kinds of pain conditions related to acute injuries, chronic degenerative pain conditions, motor vehicle accidents, and workman’s comp cases. She particularly loves to treat radiculopathy, low back pain, stress, and PTSD.
In the practice of Chinese Medicine, each condition can have many possible patterns as the root cause. Stephanie takes time to look at the individual as a whole in order to pinpoint the unique pattern(s) involved. She uses an individualized and holistic approach to determine the root cause of these patterns by not only taking symptoms into consideration, but also how these symptoms may relate to the overall functioning of the organs, a person’s diet, emotions, lifestyle management, exercise habits, posture imbalances, physical constitution, and family genetics. She believes in treating the individual as a whole person, versus a group of symptoms.
When Stephanie isn’t practicing Chinese Medicine, she enjoys spending her free time with family, hiking, going to the coast, gardening, practicing yoga, listening to music, cooking healthy food, and traveling.
Fawn has been a licensed massage therapist for 6 years. After seeking alternative care for her own personal healthcare, she became passionate about the benefits that massage therapy can have for people seeking alternative treatments for pain management. Some of her favorite modalities include deep tissue massage, trigger-point therapy, and myofascial release. She enjoys using these modalities, along with others, to help people with sports injury recovery, motor vehicle accident injuries, and prenatal relief.
Fawn and her husband have been together for 7 years. Their two children Rose, two and a half years old, and Autumn, 1 year old, keep them very active and busy. They enjoy taking trips to the beach with their two children and sharing their passion for the coast with them. They also enjoy going to the zoo and sharing their love of animals with their children. They look forward to being able to take both their children on bigger family trips and traveling with them to more.
Lily Anderson is a native Oregonian, and was born and raised here in Newberg. She developed an interest in massage therapy after realizing the benefits several of her friends experienced who suffer chronic pain. Lily attended the East West College of the Healing Arts in Portland, Oregon, and graduated from her program in June 2019. Since then, she has enjoyed her career as a massage therapist and has worked in chiropractic clinics specializing in sports injuries, chronic pain, and pregnancy/postpartum related care.
In her free time, Lily enjoys hanging out with friends and family, baking, crocheting, art, puzzles, playing games, and reading.
Isaiah was born and raised in Southern California where he played varsity soccer all four years in high school and carried his passion for soccer competing at George Fox University. In 2020, Isaiah graduated with his Bachelors in Exercise Science.
In hopes of gaining more experience and understanding in the field of health and fitness, Isaiah interned at Elevation Fitness and Performance as well as Oregon Sports and Family Chiropractic. Once he graduated, he became a permanent member of our team as a Functional Rehab Specialist here at Oregon Sports and Family Chiropractic.
While working with our practice, Isaiah has obtained several certifications which include his Chiropractic Assistant license, continuing education coursework through the Prague School of Rehabilitation (DNS), the Pain Free Performance Specialist Certification (PPSC), Barbell Rehab Method (BRM), Functional Range Systems (FRC), and Principles of Loaded Movement through Kabuki Strength. He is a highly educated trainer and is always looking to improve the techniques and modalities he uses for the treatment of our patients.
In his free time, Isaiah enjoys hiking, watching and playing sports, exploring new foods and restaurants, and spending time with friends and family.
Brian earned his Certified Functional Strength Coach certification in 2022, and has been helping our patients learn to move without pain ever since. He comes with a passion for wellbeing and achieving a healthy lifestyle. Brian has a previous background in mental health treatment, as well as direct patient care as a CNA. He brings a caring and fun energy to our gym that helps people feel comfortable learning new exercise. When he is not training, Brian loves woodworking, and spending time outdoors with his family.
Lindsey started working as the Office Manager at Oregon Sports and Family Chiropractic in early 2021. She quickly grew in her role and has continued to improve our office in many ways. Lindsey has a skill for managing our insurance billing and coding and has brought us many new ways to streamline our practice. Her passion for business administration and human resources inspired her to recently complete her Bachelor’s Degree in those areas, and she continues to develop her skill set and expand her role in our practice. She is very excited to build her career with Oregon Sports and Family Chiropractic and is looking forward to being a part of the future development of our brand and growth.
Outside of work, Lindsey is an average Oregonian who loves weekends at the coast with her boyfriend and dog Jasper, hiking, kayaking, fishing, and reading when it is raining. She has plans to travel outside of the country soon and loves to explore new places.
Taylor was born and raised in Sherwood, OR where she spent many years participating in competitive cheerleading and softball. She always dreamed of working in the medical field and being able to help others. After graduating from Sherwood High School, Taylor attended Portland Community College where she received her Associate in Science. Shortly after earning her degree, she began her career in the health field by obtaining her first caregiving job working in a group home for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She loved being able to provide care, teach new life skills, manage medical needs, and build friendships with the individuals she worked with.
In 2021, after serving seven and a half years as a caregiver, she decided it was time to expand her career and move in a different direction. She wanted a change, but she still wanted to continue working in the medical field. She was excited to start with our front office position because it fit so well with the change in direction she was looking for in her career path. It allowed her to stay in a medical-based profession, and it allowed her to continue to do what she really loves, help people.
Taylor has been our lead receptionist for the last year and a half. She has established herself as the face of our front office and creates a very warm and friendly experience for all our new and returning patients. So far, her favorite part of her job is being able to work closely with our patients and providing compassion to their services and experience with us. She also enjoys developing her skills and assisting in the ins, outs, and behind the scenes of our clinic.
In her free time Taylor enjoys being outdoors with her two Labrador Retrievers and her husband. She can typically be found in the woods off-roading in her jeep, riding dirt bikes, hiking, and camping. She also enjoys baking, watching Major League Baseball (GO RED SOX!) and playing games on her Nintendo Switch.
Lyndon was born and raised in the small town of Unity, Saskatchewan, Canada. He attended the University of Saskatchewan where he completed 3 years of Undergraduate education in Kinesiology before transferring to the University of western states in Portland, Oregon to finish his bachelor Degree in human biology. While completing his bachelor degree he was concurrently working towards his Doctorate of chiropractic and is currently in his last year of the chiropractic program at UWS.
Lyndon was deemed as a competent and eligible chiropractic intern and earned placement in the community-based residency program. He joined Oregon Sport and Family Chiropractic in January as part of his clinical residency and will be with us till the end of June.
In his spare time, Lyndon enjoys playing hockey, snowboarding, and golfing. He has a post-graduation plan to go back to his hometown in Unity, Saskatchewan and start a chiropractic clinic. Lyndon’s goal is to eventually own multiple clinics in western Canada, and wants to focus the care of his patients with individualized exercise programs and rehab for both the general population and athletes.