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Drs. Daigle and Kelley Receive Obesity Medicine Certification

Memorial Medical Group board-certified internal medicine physician Leigh Daigle, MD and board-certified family medicine physician Holley Kelley, DO have achieved an obesity medicine certification from the Obesity Medicine Association (OMA). By being members of OMA, the two primary care physicians receive the best resources to help them deliver evidence-based obesity treatments and provide optimal patient care. The ...

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Psychiatrist Michael Wright, MD joins Memorial Medical Group

Memorial Medical Group welcomes Michael Wright, MD, a board-certified psychiatrist to its staff. Dr. Wright treats patients at the Archer Institute, the area’s newest behavioral health hospital and holds clinic at the Institute for Neuropsychiatry. Dr. Wright graduated cum laude with a degree in biology from Oral Roberts University. He went on to receive his medical degree from Louisiana State University Health ...

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Psychiatrist Mario Valencia, MD joins Memorial Medical Group

Memorial Medical Group welcomes psychiatrist Mario Valencia, MD, to its staff. Dr. Valencia treats patients at the Archer Institute, the area’s newest behavioral health hospital and holds clinic at the Institute for Neuropsychiatry. Dr. Valencia has a degree in microbiology and immunology from the University of Miami. He went on to receive his medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine. His ...

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Psychiatrist Said Cantu, MD Joins Memorial Medical Group

Memorial Medical Group Welcomes psychiatrist Said Cantu, MD to its staff. He serves as medical director of the Archer Institute, the area’s newest behavioral health hospital. Dr. Cantu has been on staff at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital since 2008. He was born in Monterrey, Mexico and received his bachelors in biology and medical degree from University Autonomous of Nuevo Leon. His post-graduate training ...

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Free Seminar: Joint Pain & What You Knee-d to Know

Unfortunately, as we get older, joint pain can become an everyday nuisance that keeps us from living life to the fullest. According to the Center for Disease Control, 30% of adults report joint pain or stiffness at least once a month. Fortunately, there are several approaches to treating and reducing joint pain, both surgical and non-surgical. To learn more about joint pain risk factors, symptoms, and treatments ...

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