For over two decades, Cherry Health Center has always utilized the most advanced diagnostic technology available in order to accurately assess your concerns. When you’re in pain, getting the right treatment is what is most important. Whether it is a simple strain or a chronic disc problem, we will locate the cause of your problem and prescribe the best treatment plan for you. We are advanced, but we are also conservative. Only safe and effective techniques are used, so you can concentrate on getting better without any dangerous side effects. Our goal is to relieve the source of your pain, so you can start enjoying a pain-free life.
The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk is important to me. If you're at all like me, breast cancer has probably touched someone close to you too so I'm sure you can understand. I'm hoping that you can support cancer patients with a donation.
Making Strides walks raise awareness and money to help save lives from breast cancer. When you make a donation, the American Cancer Society is able to fund innovative breast cancer research, provide free comprehensive information and support, and help people reduce their breast cancer risk or find it early when it is most treatable.
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Many people struggle with pain issues, from tension headaches to backaches. At what point, however, does the pain you feel count as a chronic issue?
At its most basic level, chronic pain refers to pain that persists for a long time or reoccurs consistently. When you have pain that lasts over a period of months or even years, you’re dealing with a chronic pain situation.There are many issues that can lead to chronic pain, including past injuries that haven’t healed and issues such as:
● Back problems
● Migraines and other headaches
● Nerve damage
● Medical conditions such as Fibromyalgia
It’s important to recognize that even mild chronic pain can lead to a reduced standard of living and shouldn’t be ignored. Over time, chronic pain can creep into other areas of your life, leading to insomnia, anxiety, and depression. For this reason, it’s important to acknowledge chronic pain issues and look for ways to resolve it.
If you or someone you love is living with chronic pain, we’d love to hear from you. You can fill out this form to make an appointment or call (417) 413-5900 to speak with someone today.
Dr. Loyd's daughter Mandi and Chance, husband to our PTA Lauren, got deployed overseas, and we are putting together care packages for them! Please drop off any items at the office you wish to donate. If you would like to send them a note as well, we have cards available at the office.