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Thaddeus Gala, DC
Dr Thaddeus Gala is the Medical Director of Complete Care and is a licensed chiropractor serving the Shady Cove, Eagle Point, Medford and surrounding communities. He was born and raised in Trail, Oregon. Dr. Gala has been freeing people from pain in Eagle Point, OR and helping them reach their health goals since 2005. As a Chiropractor with experience, Dr. Gala and staff are committed to promoting optimal health and well being of patients: Complete Social, Physical and Mental Well-Being. Dr. Gala uses a “whole person approach”. This approach to wellness means looking for underlying causes of any disturbance or disruption (which may or may not be causing symptoms at the time) and make whatever interventions and lifestyle adjustments that would optimize the conditions for normal function. Using this unique approach, Dr. Gala is able to help you to accelerate and/or maintain your journey to good health. Being dedicated to pursuing and promoting health, Dr. Gala performs health lectures on nutrition, weight loss and diabetic management within the clinic and at various locations in the Rogue Valley. If you are interested in future seminars or events please contact Complete Care at 541-830-4325. Some physicians do not practice what they preach and may be less than understanding when recommending lifestyle changes to their clients such, as exercise or nutrition. We at Complete Care strive to work as coaches not critics. Dr. Gala follows his own adjustment, dietary, supplemental and exercise recommendations. In chiropractic school Dr. Gala competed in the Florida Ironman while concurrently graduating in the top 5% of his class. He received the Clinical Excellence Award, the most prestigious award for clinical practice. In 2012 Dr. Gala was voted the #1 chiropractor in the Rogue Valley by the Reader’s Choice Award.
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Jeffrey Tornabene, DC
Dr. Jeffrey Tornabene graduated from the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. He graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic in March of 2013 from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon graduating Summa Cum Laude and earning a second Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology. Prior to attending Chiropractic College, Dr. Tornabene volunteered in the Peace Corps for twenty-seven months in Guatemala where he became fluent in Spanish. Working in a rural Guatemalan community, Dr. Tornabene developed valuable perspectives on the importance of health maintenance and witnessed what consequences can result from a lack there of. Dr. Tornabene’s experiences in the Peace Corps strengthened his decision to become a Chiropractor and become a strong proponent of public health. Growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Dr. Tornabene was a three-sport athlete competing in football, baseball, and wrestling. He utilized Chiropractic care frequently and was always amazed with the results. He is now excited to be able to provide high quality Chiropractic care to the community of Eagle Point. Dr. Tornabene is happily married and enjoys hiking with his wife, two sons and his dog. He also enjoys anything that has to do with athletics.
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Matthew Goodrich, DC
Dr. Matt Goodrich grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where his passion for healthy living grew out of necessity. As a child, he suffered from a number of health problems including allergies, asthma and chronic sinus infections. As he grew older, he also witnessed many of his family members suffer from chronic health conditions as well. Traditional medicine didn’t seem to improve his own ailments or the conditions of his family. But what did he discover was the profound impact that chiropractic had on his own life and overall health. With the combination of Chiropractic, eating quality foods and regular exercise, he saw the change in himself and was excited to share his knowledge and experience with others. Because of this, Dr. Goodrich deeply felt that it was his purpose to help the people around him live a healthier life. Dr. Goodrich studied Sports Medicine and Dietetics at Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pennsylvania where he helped implement a pre-chiropractic program within the Sports Medicine department. He received the Living Mercy Award given to students who demonstrate exceptional selfless service for others. Dr. Goodrich also founded a stress management group for students and faculty and was invited to speak with the president of the college, discussing the importance of healthy living to the public. Upon entering Logan College of Chiropractic, Dr. Goodrich continued in this same path–he applied his acquired knowledge to fine-tune his ability to help people not only find relief, but enhance their vitality and increase their resilience. He has experience treating a variety of patients, ranging from newborns and toddlers with colic and mobility problems to Division I and Division II athletes recovering from injuries to people who simple want to be more pro-active about their health and want to enhance the quality of their life. Dr. Goodrich has the ability to meet patients where they are to help them achieve their health goals. Dr. Goodrich works cooperatively with board-certified neurologists, physical therapists, massage therapists, and other primary health care providers to provide exceptionally thorough patient care. He has also worked alongside the team chiropractor for the St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders for two years prior to moving to Oregon. It has been Dr. Goodrich’s dream to move to Oregon for almost 10 years. He is extremely excited to be now serving the Jackson County communities. Dr. Goodrich is married to his wife, Sammie, and together they have a two year old son, Owen and twin daughters, Vera and Veda. He enjoys staying active through lifting weights, trail running, rock climbing, and spending time with his family.
Dr. Lee was born in South Korea and was introduced to Chiropractic medicine during 1988 Seoul Olympics when she volunteered as a translator during a senior year of college. She was majoring in Mathematics and after finishing her B.S., enrolled in Palmer college of Chiropractic in 1989, in Davenport, Iowa. After graduating as a DC, she moved to New Mexico and practiced for 24 years. Her practice has evolved from taking care of large population of soft tissue injury cases in Albuquerque to focus on chronic fatigue patients with nutrition and herbal medicine in Santa Fe till 2000. She moved back to Albuquerque in 2001 to join the first Integrative Medicine group in New Mexico to function as a Chiropractor, a holistic primary care provider, and later to focus on pain medicine with broader scope of practice employing various types of injections and become certified in diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound. She has spent the last 16 years in integrative medicine allowing her a unique opportunity to be part of the team approach to deliver the tailored care for each patient to have the most optimum outcome and address the patient as a whole instead of a fragmented approach that ends up not only in more expensive care but also less satisfying for both patients and providers.
She is excited to bring her experiences to enhance and complement the care this group is already delivering and hopes to be part of the caring team while delivering the best care possible. When outside of the office, Dr. Lee enjoys hiking, rock climbing, and backpacking and looks forward to exploring the nature of Oregon.