Clinic celebrates anniversary in Southaven

Photo: Ryan McGaughey and Gerrie Walters, NP-C, see patients at Mays and Schnapp Neurospine and Pain’s Southaven office. (Courtesy photo)

June marked a one-year anniversary for a neurospine and pain clinic in Southaven.  

Mays and Schnapp Neurospine and Pain is celebrating its one-year anniversary in Southaven. The office opened in June 2020 with a physician practice and later expanded to offer physical therapy.

“The reason we brought Mays and Schnapp and our patient philosophy to Southaven was to help an increasing number of people live more comfortably. It is extremely important to us to offer hope and help to people who live with chronic pain.” said Mays and Schnapp CEO Eric Schnapp.

The medical practice provides comprehensive pain management for patients who experience chronic pain. The group’s multidisciplinary approach incorporates a combination of therapies that work together and build on each other to address pain and provide pain relief and increased function. 

“We’ve been embraced by the community, its providers, and our patients,” said Schnapp. “We feel fortunate to be able to care for DeSoto County patients who live with continual pain and to be able to provide the advanced treatments they need to improve their quality of life.”

The experienced medical team helps manage a number of conditions such as back and neck pain, arm and leg pain, arthritis, bursitis, sciatica, shingles, fibromyalgia, peripheral neuropathy pain from diabetes, multiple sclerosis, complex regional pain syndrome, and post-stroke pain.

Co-Director of Physical Therapy Jason Brady and physical therapist Andrew Bauer work with their patients to reduce chronic pain. (Courtesy photo)

Mays and Schnapp’s Southaven clinic is located at 7900 Airways Blvd., Suite A6, in Southaven. For additional information or to schedule an appointment, call 901-747-0040 or visit their website

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