The Hormone Balance program takes a 360 degree approach in balancing your hormones so you can sleep better, think better and perform better. From thyroid hormones to adrenal hormones and even the sex hormones of estrogen and testosterone, all of these hormones could be causing you to feel the way you do. Our team will discover which hormones are out of balance and then use a combination of medical therapies so you can feel like you again.
JUST 3 EASY STEPS TO REACH YOUR GOALS
1. Physician Consultation
Work one-on-one with an expert integrative doctor on understanding your goals.
2. Lab Work
Find which hormones could be out of balance through comprehensive lab testing.
3. Personalized Program
Utilize a combination of multiple medical therapies so you can maximize hormone balance.
HORMONE BALANCE SERVICES
HORMONE BALANCE FAQ’S
The initial physician consultation is FREE.
Our goal is to understand your health goals during the initial consultation so we can get a better understanding of how to help you. We will review your health history, medication list and answer any questions you may have. The initial consultation is about 30 minutes long. If we believe we can help you and you would like to start the process, we will prescribe lab testing and then do a follow up report of findings about 7 – 10 later when the lab results come back in.
During the report of findings consultation, our doctor goes over your lab results in detail so you know what they mean to your overall health. After the review of lab results, our doctor will give you options on which medical therapies you may want to pursue in balancing your hormones and getting healthier.
Because each program is completely customized to the patient, the program is dependent on your health goals and lab work. Our doctors give options on different therapies so you can choose which one is best for you. Some patient programs are just a couple hundred dollars while others are a couple thousand dollars. You get to choose what you want to do based off of your health goals and your lab work.
Our team does a comprehensive test on hormones so we can get a complete picture of how they are interacting. Some of the common hormone markers we test for our Estrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone, Cortisol, TSH, T3 Free, T4 Free. If we decide to do more comprehensive testing, we also test for a complete panel of thyroid hormones, LH, FSH, Prolactin, ACTH, IGF-1, Insulin, Dihydrotestosterone, Vitamin D, Estrone and Estriol.
Our team first tests for the lab markers that would show why you may have low-T. For some men, they may have primary testosterone deficiency which means their testicles are not producing enough testosterone. Other men, may have secondary testosterone issues which means their pituitary gland is not producing enough LH and FSH hormones. Either way, our integrative medical team will help identify the issue and then prescribe medical therapies to fix the issue.
Sometimes testosterone replacement therapy can help by increasing sexual desire. However, other times it is more complicated than just low testosterone. The problem could be due to vascular blockage that is causing erectile dysfunction. Similar to how plaque can cause a blockage to the heart, plaque can also cause a blockage to the penis and restrict blood flow. Our team uses various medical therapies to help reduce the plaque and improve blood flow so you can improve performance.
There could be multiple reasons why you may have a lowlibido. The list below gives examples of what we see in our medical center:
• Estrogen-Progesterone-Testosterone Imbalance
• Chronic Stress and Elevated Cortisol Levels
• Deficiency in the Feel-Good Oxytocin Hormone
• Thyroid Burnout
• Self-Esteem Body Issues
• Medication Side-Effects
Yes. Our team has successfully treated hundreds of women suffering from PCOS, Testosterone-Dominance, Infertility, PMS and Menopause-related hot flashes
Our hormones are critical to almost every metabolic function we have in our body. When one hormone is imbalanced, most likely other hormones are as well. The most common hormones related to weight gain are:
Thyroid Hormone: Patients who have an elevated TSH level or an imbalance of T3 and T4, their metabolism slows down and it is more difficult for their body to burn fat.
Adrenal Hormone: Patients who have elevated cortisol levels store more fat in their body, particularly around the midsection.
Insulin Hormone: Patients who have imbalanced insulin levels store more fat.
Leptin Hormone: Patients who have Leptin resistance have a hard time in releasing fat.
Sex Hormones: An imbalance of estrogen-progesterone-testosterone could cause patients to store more fat.