Our optimum health depends on optimum functioning of all endocrine hormones at the cellular, biochemical level.
Testing involves evaluating the primary endocrine hormones, including the thyroid, adrenal, pituitary, and sex hormones. Hormonal deficiencies are then corrected by direct replacement of the missing hormone(s). Close monitoring of patient symptoms and serum hormone levels are used to evaluate treatment efficacy, optimal balance, and safety.
Testosterone replacement is just as important in women as it is for men. Low testosterone leaves women at risk for developing osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s, breast cancer, obesity, sexual dysfunction, anxiety, and other serious challenges.