Chronic Illness

According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, six out of 10 adults have a chronic illness. Another 40 percent of those have two or more. Some causes that lead to the development of chronic illnesses include family history, limited exercise, smoking, and poor nutrition. In many cases, the hidden underlying causes are much more difficult to pin down, such as certain food sensitivities.

It can be difficult living with a chronic condition. It can affect your daily routine, your relationship with others, and your livelihood. And in some cases, doctors simply aim to treat a single symptom, rather than pinning down the underlying issues.

But with our consistent care, you can continue focusing on the good things in life.

Dr. Vaughan and Dr. Pierce have extensive experience helping individuals like you. Not only can they help you manage your illness—they may help to drastically reduce or eliminate certain symptoms. By finding the root cause of your chronic illness, you can make small or large changes that get you back to the life you deserve.

We Treat Many Types of Chronic Conditions, Including:

  • Diabetes
  • Autoimmune Disorders
  • Mental Health Disorders
  • Chronic Pain
  • Digestive Issues like Chron’s Disease and IBS
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Sleep Disturbances Leading to More Severe Issues
  • Kidney Disease
  • Thyroid Issues

While some chronic conditions may never fully go away, we can help you manage them so they do not define your life. We can also help you get to the bottom of unexplained symptoms you’ve been trying to treat for years.

Our integrated health approach — which includes non-invasive procedures and holistic treatments — will provide an individualized, balanced approach to treating your condition.

Chronic Illness Success Stories

At Vaughn Vitality Wellness, we promise to put you first — by treating you with respect and providing the holistic medical attention you need. Our team excels at discovering the root cause of your medical condition. Our treatment approaches can help prevent disease and, in some cases, reverse illness.