The human body is a complex, organic machine, and every person has unique physiology dependent upon a combination of lifestyle, upbringing, genetics and a myriad of other factors.
This means that we all live very different lives, and we even age in very different ways.
Our licensed Hormone Clinic is dedicated to finding the best possible avenues of treatment so that our patients can get the most out of their HRT Therapy Programs.
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It's important to realize that our hormones don't act in a vacuum. Issues that affect the balance of one hormone can alter the expression of other hormones.
It is quite common to suffer from multiple forms of Hormone Imbalance simultaneously. This is why it is so important to undergo a full screening when evaluated for HGH therapy, Low-T treatments or any other type of Hormone Imbalance.
Comprehensive Hormone Panel Investigates Hormone Imbalance and Overall Health
Our licensed Hormone Clinic utilizes a full array of tests to not only investigate your need for a single form of Hormone Replacement but a whole range of hormonal conditions, as well as other factors which influence your underlying health.
Our Comprehensive Hormone Panel measures Testosterone, IGF-1, and Thyroid Hormone levels, among others. It also determines many other signifiers associated with health, including Triglyceride, HDL Cholesterol, LDL Cholesterol, Insulin levels and more.
By measuring a wide range of health factors via a blood sample, we can paint a vivid picture of your current health status and create an advanced regimen designed to facilitate your good health and improved hormone balance.
We accomplish this via a combination of Hormone Replacement Therapy, pharmaceutical supplementation, and lifestyle adjustments, combined with a specially designed exercise and diet program designed to help you get the most out of your HRT treatment!
Men Often Suffer from Low-T and HGH Deficiency Simultaneously
For men, Low-T is a significant roadblock to wellness. It impairs sexual health, diminishing pleasure and libido while also making it harder to engage in compelling romantic activity.
It also depletes energy levels and has a nasty effect on body composition. Testosterone Replacement Therapy is immensely effective at mitigating the issues associated with Testosterone Deficiency, but it's not always enough.
Andropause is the term for Testosterone Deficiency caused by aging.
Low-T is not the only age-related hormonal condition which affects men. Somatopause is quite common among aging men as well.
Somatopause is the particular term for HGH Deficiency caused by declining pituitary gland output due to aging. It's important to have HGH and Testosterone levels evaluated before initiating Hormone Therapy Treatment because both hormone deficiencies share many characteristics.
Both affect mood, body composition, and energy levels. Low-T has more noticeable sexual symptoms, but HGH Deficiency can also impair healing, immune health and more.
By measuring for both forms of Hormone Imbalance, our doctors can ensure that you're getting the ideal treatment to provide complete Hormone Optimization.
Merely treating one type of deficiency can offer significant benefits, but only through Comprehensive Hormone Replacement Therapy can you mitigate the entire range of issues related to your Hormone Imbalance.
Are Testosterone and HGH Safe Together?
Though Human Growth Hormone and Testosterone affect many of the same systems, there are no significant risks involved with taking both bio-identical Testosterone and prescription HGH at the same time.
The goal of Hormone Optimization is to target areas of Hormone Imbalance and restore normal hormone levels. With Comprehensive HRT Therapy, our goal is to recover Hormone Balance to a state of equilibrium. By combining HGH and Testosterone therapy, we are merely bringing your body back to a more harmonious hormone state.
In addition to HGH injections, we also frequently prescribe Sermorelin Acetate as a Growth Hormone alternative.
Both Sermorelin and Growth Hormone have similar safety and efficacy profiles, and both are safe to use with Testosterone!
Sermorelin promotes natural HGH production, while Human Growth Hormone supplements your body's waning innate ability to produce natural HGH. For most patients suffering from Somatopause, both treatments are equally viable.
Contact Us Today for HRT Evaluation!
Our Hormone Therapy Clinic goes the extra mile to make sure that you get the best treatment designed to restore your optimal wellness.
We work with doctors across the United States so that you can receive a fast and accurate diagnosis and treatment without having to travel across the city or even the state to find a Hormone Clinic you can trust.
We provide our HRT services to men and women thirty and older to diagnose and resolve hormone-related issues.
If you feel that our services can improve your health and your life, we strongly urge you to contact us. Our knowledgeable and highly trained Hormone Specialists are only a phone call away, and we offer a free consultation.
There is no reason to live with a Hormone Imbalance. We have extensive experience in the fields of Endocrinology and Urology, and it's our goal to help men and women just like you experience improved quality of life!
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