- Hormone Pellets: Bioidentical hormones can enhance vitality, muscle mass, and energy levels along with improving bone, brain, breast, and heart health. It can also improve focus memory, metabolism, libido while decreasing depression, anxiety, and weight gain.
- Depression and Cortisol: Depression can be related to Cortisol, which is a chemical and neurotransmitter, which allows the transmission of signals from one nerve cell to another with the purpose of activating a receptor. They help modulate our mood, sleep, memory, learning, eating habits, sexual desire, concentration, and emotional well-being.
- Brain Health: Common brain conditions that we screen for include attention and hyperactivity disorders, learning disorders, age-related cognitive impairment, poor concentration, dementia, mood and anxiety disorders, insomnia, food, cigarette and alcohol cravings, impulse control disorders, and many other brain-related deficiencies.Cardiovascular Health: It is important to identify those at risk for heart disease by regular cardiac screening. The identification of patients at risk for heart attack and stroke is vital if we are to prevent cardiac disease.
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia: Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) AKA Myalgic Encephalomyelitis is a disorder characterized by extreme unexplained fatigue that lasts for more than six months with no apparent underlying medical condition.
- Estrogen and Progesterone: A woman’s life can be explained by the fluctuations of two hormones, estrogen, and progesterone. When these hormones are in their normal balance a woman’s life is wonderful. When they are out of balance problems follow.
Gastrointestinal Health: The gastrointestinal tract plays a major role in digestion, the immune system, and the production of hormones and neurotransmitters.
- Iron Anemia: Iron deficiency is the most common cause of anemia. It usually results from blood loss, poor diet, or malabsorption. Treatment involves iron infusion replacement and treatment of the cause of blood loss.
- Menopause: Menopause usually occurs between ages 48 and 52. The onset of hot flashes, extreme mood swings, insomnia, hair loss, uncontrollable weight gain, skin changes, vaginal dryness, decreased sex drive, the fear of osteoporosis, breast cancer, and heart disease all are a part of American women’s experience.
- Perimenopause: Perimenopause is a time in a woman’s life that usually occurs between age 35 and 48. Many changes occur in a woman’s body during perimenopause. The perimenopausal period can create instability in a woman’s life because the menstrual cycle affects all aspects of a woman’s physical, mental and emotional health.
- PMS: PMS is a condition that affects over 80% of women in the United States but is undiagnosed by most physicians. Most physicians recognize 5% of women who suffer from severe PMS. Severe depression, irritability, and mood swings during the last two weeks of the menstrual cycle can interfere with a woman’s ability to function at home and work.
- Prostate Cancer: Prostate cancer is one of the most common types of cancer that occurs in men. It is the third leading cause of cancer deaths in American men followed by lung and colorectal cancer.
- Salivary Testing: Salivary testing, also called Saliva testing is the most accurate method to determine active steroid hormones (i.e. progesterone, estrogen, DHEA, and testosterone) levels. It is much more precise and useful than blood or urine testing for measuring active hormone levels.
- Sexual Dysfunction: Sexual Dysfunction is not uncommon. It is not surprising that with so many stressors in life, many of us have very little desire or energy for sex.
- Stress and Weight Gain: Chronic stress puts a tremendous strain on the body. Chronic stress and elevated cortisol levels have been specifically linked to increased abdominal fat.
- Testosterone: Testosterone is a steroid hormone that is produced by the body by both men and women. In men, primarily the testicles produce testosterone. It plays a major role in stimulating sperm production, sex drive, mood, muscles, and bone mass and cognition. Testosterone is produced in the ovaries and the adrenal gland in women. In women, it plays a role in sex drive, mood, and muscle and bone mass as well.
- Thyroid Disorders: The primary job of thyroid hormones is to govern metabolism and energy production. Thyroid disorders are frequently missed by healthcare providers.
- Vaginal Dryness and Pain: Vaginal dryness affects one in three menopausal women. Lack of vaginal moisture can have a greatly impact a woman’s sex life, self-confidence, and relationships.
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