• Bio-identical Hormones

    Plant-based Hormone Therapy


    When hormones are imbalanced, quality of life suffers. Bio-identical hormones replicate the exact formula of the hormones your body naturally produces, providing a safe treatment for testosterone or estrogen deficiencies. Plant-based, bio-identical hormones are slow-release pellets that deliver healthy, consistent doses of hormones.





  • Symptoms of Hormone Deficiencies

    Low energy, difficulty sleeping, low libido, joint pains, muscle aches, night sweats, hot flashes, mental confusion--these are symptoms commonly experienced when testosterone and/or estrogen levels are low. If you're experiencing these symptoms, you may benefit from hormone replacement therapy. With blood tests and health screening, we can help you determine if this treatment is right for you.




    Get back to living a healthier life.








  • FAQ's

    Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy

    How do I know if hormone replacement therapy is right for me?

    If you're experiencing the symptoms listed above and are concerned you may have hormone deficiencies, make an appointment with your provider.

    Who is a good candidate for bio-identical hormone therapy?

    The majority of people 30 years and older are good candidates. Medical history is examined and discussed with the patient; this treatment is not recommended for anyone with a history of cancer, especially breast and prostate.

    What does the procedure entail?

    The plant-based hormones are compressed into a small, cylindrical pellet a little larger than a grain of rice. The pellets are then implanted into fatty tissue, generally on the hips or abdomen where they deliver consistent levels of hormones for 3 to 4 months for women, and 4 to 5 months for men.

    Why is this treatment better than synthetic hormones?

    Bio-identical hormones deliver consistent levels of hormones, avoiding the up and down fluctuations of other types of hormone therapy, important for optimal health. Additionally, studies show that pellets have a decreased risk of blood clots as that of synthetic hormones.

    How quickly will I notice results?

    Most patients notice results right away with estrogen, and within one or two weeks with testosterone. As the pellet diminishes, the therapeutic effects gradually wear off, though the patient doesn't typically notice until the pellet is depleted.



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