Prime is proud to offer Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Men. Men’s testosterone levels until recently have been overlooked by many practices. It’s just been accepted that the changes men experience when they hit middle age are just a normal part of the aging process that men just have to deal with. The truth is normal testosterone levels in men can change lives and restore over-all health.
At Prime our medical provider will evaluate you for:
- Erectile dysfunction
- Low libido
- Premature ejaculation
- Muscle loss
- Low motivation
- Sleeping issues
- Hair loss
- Weight gain
Men’s Testosterone and Hormones
It is not widely accepted, but men do have hormone imbalances. In fact, men have the same hormones as women, but different amounts. Most men are not aware they may have an imbalance until they either read about it online or are informed about it from a friend. Having imbalanced hormones can slowly start to hinder work, home and your personal life, and may become a serious health concern if not addressed.
Hormones are administered at Prime by:
- Cream or gel
- Pellet (under the skin)
- Medical grade supplementation
- Other prescriptions
The Benefits of Testosterone
Testosterone is an important hormone and often overlooked. Testosterone levels often begin to decrease while men are in their 30’s. At Prime you will spend time with an experienced provider who will listen to your concerns and work to address the problems in a healthy way. With proper treatment men experience increased libido, increased muscle, increased energy, increased motivation, better sleeping habits, better memory, increased endurance and less irritability.
Experience does matter when it comes to effective testosterone treatments. Most of our male patients start to feel better within one to two weeks. Schedule a consultation to see if Testosterone Replacement Therapy is right for you.
Growth Hormone Therapy
Growth Hormone is another fundamental hormone that declines as we age. Also known as GH, this hormone is produced by the pituitary gland which controls the growth of children as well as the growth of tissues and organs. GH plays a key role in our metabolism which is how our body converts food to energy. The amount of GH in the blood fluctuates during the day and levels are influenced by stress, sleep, diet and exercise. Although a decline in GH is normal with age, a excessive drop can cause a reduction in bone density, an increase in body fat, a lesser ability to exercise, unhealthy skin and hair and more.
Safe and natural methods to increase GH deficiency are available for those that qualify. Contact us for more information.