New Mexico Map Of Blood Testing Facilities
Blood Testing Centers In State
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Bernalillo County, New Mexico
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Doña Ana County, New Mexico
- Labcorp Center, 2427 Telshor, Las Cruces, Doña Ana County, NM, 88011
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Bernalillo County, New Mexico
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Curry County, New Mexico
Quest Blood Testing Centers In DoÃƒÂ±a Ana County, New Mexico
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Otero County, New Mexico
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Santa Fe County, New Mexico
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Valencia County, New Mexico
Part of living the life that you deserve as you grow older is to take steps to protect and preserve Hormone Balance.
Healthy Hormone Levels are an integral aspect of health maintenance. Hormone Imbalance has a profoundly negative impact on your wellness, exacerbating, and accelerating the effects of aging.
Human Growth Hormone is one of the many critical hormones produced by the human body, as it is crucial to the support and facilitation of cellular metabolism.
As HGH Levels dwindle, so does your body's ability to keep up with the pressing physiological demands of your everyday life.
The threat of HGH Deficiency increases annually beyond age thirty. Around three in ten men and women older than thirty have demonstrably low Growth Hormone Levels.
Our Board-Certified New Mexico Hormone Clinic is devoted to helping patients with Hypopituitarism, and other forms of Hormone Imbalance live healthier and happier lives via HRT Intervention. We've worked with hundreds of patients throughout the American Southwest.
We offer not only our patients potent and effective HGH Treatments, but also many other forms of Hormone Replacement Therapy including Testosterone for Men, Thyroid Treatments, and more.
We also monitor for nutritional deficiencies such as Vitamin D and Vitamin B12 Deficiency and offer pharmaceutical-grade supplements designed to provide your body the tools that it needs to operate at its best.
If you live in New Mexico and are looking for ways to streamline your metabolism, improve your Hormone Balance, or be more in tune with your body's needs, our talented and accomplished Hormone Specialists provide No-Cost Consultation for interested clients.
Recognizing and Understanding the Signs of HGH Deficiency
One of the things that makes Human Growth Hormone Deficiency so troubling is that its symptoms can be easily overlooked.
Many people don't get their Hormone Levels checked by a professional because they think that their issues are purely the result of aging. Human Growth Hormone Deficiency is a metabolic issue that exacerbates problems associated with aging.
HGH helps control cellular metabolism, and when Growth Hormone Production slows, so does the body's ability to rejuvenate and heal.
Some of the most common symptoms of Hypopituitarism are reduced aerobic capacity, depression, weight gain, lack of energy, loss of strength, weakened immune health, focus issues, and loss of flexibility.
If these symptoms have played an increasing role in your diminished wellness, our Licensed New Mexico Hormone Physicians may be able to help you live a healthier and more active life!
Sermorelin Injections in New Mexico for Somatopause
At our New Mexico Hormone Clinic, we are proud of our HRT Services and devoted to helping you find the hormone treatment that works best for you.
We also realize that there are often multiple effective avenues of treatment for the same condition and we attempt to take all of your needs and concerns into account when helping you select the appropriate wellness therapy.
For example, we provide our patients with access to both traditional Human Growth Hormone Injections as well as Sermorelin Acetate Therapy!
While HGH has proven itself over the years as an excellent means of Growth Hormone Restoration and remains the go-to treatment option for most patients and their Hormone Doctors, Sermorelin is increasingly prescribed as a useful alternative to HGH Shots.
If you're looking for a more affordable means to alleviate the symptoms of Somatopause and Hypopituitarism, Sermorelin may be just what you've been looking for!
New Mexico Hormone Deficiency Diagnosis and Testing with LabCorp and Quest Diagnostics
While we are proud of our array of quality Hormone Products, including Bio-Identical HGH and Sermorelin Acetate, we understand and recognize that proper treatment is built upon the foundation of accurate diagnosis.
To more effectively serve our patients in New Mexico and nationwide, we delegate our blood testing protocol to trusted diagnostic partners Quest Diagnostics and LabCorp.
All that's needed is a blood sample and the results of a recent physical to determine your needs and whether our HRT Treatments are right for you.
If you haven't undergone a physical in the prior six months, we can set up an appointment with a physician in your area to fulfill that requirement!
Our experienced Hormone Doctors will still be responsible for HRT Diagnosis and developing a plan for treatment, but a lab in your area will draw your blood sample and run the necessary tests to determine your Hormone Needs.
LabCorp has testing centers in Albuquerque and Las Cruces, as well as just across the border in El Paso, Texas, and Douglas, Arizona. Quest Diagnostics has clinics in Rio Rancho, Alamogordo, Las Cruces, Albuquerque, Clovis, Santa Fe, and Los Lunas. If you'd prefer, we can arrange for a representative to meet on your terms for blood work.
This appointment should take less than an hour. A blood sample will be drawn which will be extensively analyzed via the Comprehensive Hormone Panel.
The results of that Hormone and Wellness Test will be delivered to our clinic where our Clinical HRT Specialists will study the data and determine your Health and Hormone Needs.
After you've been debriefed regarding our professional opinion, one of our doctors will work with you to design a unique and specialized regimen to help you take control of your hormones and improve your quality of life!
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