Testosterone Therapy

TRT Treatment Program

If you are suffering from Low Testosterone, you should not be asking the question “Should I get treated?” but rather “How do I get started?” We offer a complete low testosterone treatment program to help you feel better and live healthier. Once your testosterone treatment begins, you should see almost immediate improvement in how you feel and in your overall quality of life.

Low Testosterone Treatment Options

Testosterone injections administered weekly by self-administration or our in-house nurse.

Topical testosterone cream that is applied to the skin once or twice per day.

Injections are done with a small 23 gauge needle. While some choose this method because no additional treatment is required throughout the week, others prefer the topical cream. Both methods are equally effective and will give you the results you are seeking.

As part of the program, we also administer HCG to keep your own testosterone viable. In addition, we test for and control estrogen in all of our treatment programs. We will give you specific instructions on how to properly administer your medications and our specialists will be available to guide you every step of the way during your hormone replacement therapy.

Why is Testosterone Important?

Testosterone has several important functions in the male body:

Regulates sexual function

Stimulates sperm production

Stimulates sperm production

Increases muscle mass

Increases muscle mass

Treating Low-T

Low T or low testosterone levels affect thousands of men like you. An optimal balance of hormones is essential for achieving your peak physical and mental health. We focus on medically managed testosterone replacement treatments, giving you the ability to feel more energized and alive.

Schedule your free consultation today with one of our testosterone replacement therapy specialists to see if male hormone treatment is right for you.

How To Know You Need A Low T Clinic?

In determining whether you may be suffering from Low T, our hormone replacement therapy doctors will ask some questions and conduct a simple blood test. Common symptoms to be on the lookout for include sexual dysfunction, low energy, moodiness or irritability, and loss of muscle mass combined with increased areas of fat. While a change in testosterone level is normal with age, if the level dips too low, the symptoms can drain your energy and wreck your quality of life.

Our doctors can help you regain your balance through hormone replacement therapy. The objective of Low T treatment is to restore hormones to more optimal levels. Treatment options are available if you are diagnosed with testosterone deficiency. Topical cream may be applied right to the skin once or twice daily. Alternatively, testosterone replacement injections can be performed, either at home or by our skilled doctors specializing in hormone replacement therapy

Is TRT Safe?

Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is completely safe when performed conservatively by a licensed medical practitioner. The patient should experience a significant improvement in their health and well-being and have no negative side effects.

TRT Safety and Estrogen

One concern some patients have is the association of testosterone with prostate cancer. In reality, TRT reduces a man’s chances of developing the disease. This is because one of the primary causes of prostate cancer is excess estrogen, which can occur as testosterone levels decrease and the male body accumulates belly fat. Fat contains an enzyme called aromatase, which converts testosterone to estrogen. Fortunately, estrogen control is a key part of our treatment process. High estrogen levels can amplify andropause symptoms and are unhealthy for the prostate and heart. We use medication to suppress estrogen as we slowly raise testosterone. If good lifestyle habits are practiced, fat will disappear over a period of 3 to 6 months and the conversion of testosterone to estrogen will be abated.

Diagnose Low-T

Low T symptoms can range from lethargy and decreased levels of energy to erectile dysfunction and depression. But before you begin any Low T treatment, it is essential to get a proper diagnosis from a physician experienced in treating testosterone deficiencies.

Before you schedule an appointment to visit with one of the hormone replacement therapy specialists, take a minute to learn if you have many of the symptoms commonly associated with Low T by completing our interactive questionnaire.

To begin, simply answer each of the 10 questions below to the best of your ability. The results will be yours alone and not shared with others. Because the results are solely determined by your answers, it’s important to answer the questions as truthfully and objectively as possible to ensure accurate results. This questionnaire is for informational purposes only and is not a replacement for a consultation with one of our qualified hormone replacement therapy doctors.

Do I Have Low T?

If you said YES to 3 or more of the above questions, you may be suffering from Low Testosterone. Contact us today for a free consultation to learn more.