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Susan Gallagher

Physician

M.S., Oriental Medicine

Susan Gallagher, Dipl. OM, graduated with a Master of Oriental Medicine degree from the Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado in 2002. She is trained in traditional Chinese medicine and herbal therapies. She has been training in healing therapies, including Reiki, since 1988. She earned her black belt in Traditional Taekwon-do from Grandmaster Kwon, Jae-Hwa in April 2011. In addition, she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Forest Science from Penn State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Colorado at Denver. She is currently studying to be a certified yoga instructor.

Susan especially enjoys the company of her husband, Paul and son, Andrew as well as friends from around the world. She also finds pleasure in physical pursuits, such as playing soccer, yoga, bicycling, and martial arts. She also enjoys intellectual and spiritual pursuits, such as studying Shakespeare, quantum physics and irrational numbers, mysticism, studies in a wisdom school, and writing poetry and books.

Susan is a published author. Her commitment to health is highlighted in her book What to Do for Your Health Each Season: A Chinese Medicine Book.

She is also a contributing author to the Junk Food Psalms on Behalf the Archangel Gabriel pamphlet which was written on behalf of all of us who struggle with junk food.

Susan is excited about using the Growing Naturals products for herself and her family and advocating them for her patients and friends.

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