Radiant Reflections Medical Spa and Weight Loss Clinic is honored to host Dr. Preston Parry and Staff of Positive Steps Fertility- Madison, MS.

Dr. Parry will be holding clinic here at his Hattiesburg location one day per month. To schedule an appointment or to find out more about Positive Steps Fertility, Parryscope, and the services that they provide, please visit parryscope.com by clicking the link OR call 1-833-POS-STEP.

Dr. Parry is the inventor of the Parryscope approach, and has been able to gently identify any road blocks in a woman's fertility journey comprehensively in only about 15 minutes.

"After six years as the chief of reproductive endocrinology and infertility at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, Dr. Parry opened his own practice. Positive Steps Fertility helps build families in Mississippi and surrounding areas with the personal, empathetic, successful care he become known for at the university.

Dr. Parry is also the inventor of the Parryscope® technique and approach, a breakthrough for fertility testing that can accurately, gently and quickly understand factors in female fertility with a single office visit.

“Fertility testing often takes too long and doesn’t give clear answers,” says Dr. Parry. “We needed something that gave fast results without hurting and still was accurate and safe.”

The root of his interest in women’s health goes back to while he was at Cornell in the ’80s when his mother faced breast cancer (and who now is a 28 year survivor!). Having been worried and confused back then, he wanted to make sure other families didn’t face the same challenges when they got treatment. “Being smart and getting great outcomes matters, but people also need clear explanations and want to know how much you care before they care how much you know.”

Dr. Parry explains how his communication style has evolved over the years making it so he can speak clearly with almost everyone.

“I used to use a lot of fancy technical terms, but then progressed from a Faulkner to a Hemingway point of view. Faulkner once critiqued Hemingway, saying, ‘He has never been known to use a word that might send a reader to the dictionary.’ Hemingway replied, ‘Poor Faulkner. Does he really think big emotions come from big words?’ While I still tend to over explain and try never to talk down to people, you shouldn’t need a medical degree to understand your health.” -Parryscope.com