Testosterone Therapy for Men

If you’ve got low testosterone (hypogonadism), this can be treated with the use of doctor-prescribed testosterone replacement therapy.

Testosterone Therapy for Women

A woman’s testosterone levels naturally change throughout her life, her menstrual cycle, and even at different times of the day.

Testosterone Level Testing

A testosterone test checks the level of testosterone in your blood to diagnose conditions caused by too much or too little testosterone.

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About Us

Through our unique approach using TRT treatments, we have the goal of making you feel as good as you look.

Our Practice

We are specialized in treating men with low T (hypogonadism) and eliminating all the health consequences caused by low-leveled testosterone as a result of hypogonadism.

Our philosophy is to treat you from the inside out. We take into consideration your unique and individual needs.

We are those who will improve your overall quality of life! Our long-term lifestyle approach sets us apart. We focus on all the systems of your body and make you look as good as you perceived yourself in your younger years.

We can help you improve both your appearance on the outside, but also — more importantly — assist in enhancing how you feel on the inside.

Live your life to the fullest with these benefits

Both testosterone and HGH treatment plans are crafted based on your individual diagnostic results and aim to keep you healthy at any age.

Improve Your Sex Drive

The main sex hormones are testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone. Their normal balance leads to a healthy sex drive both in men and women.

Increase Muscle Strength

6 main hormones should be under control to build a muscle mass, and the normal testosterone and HGH levels are the most important.

Lose Excess Weight

Balance your hormones like testosterone, insulin, leptin, estrogen, thyroid, and cortisol to regulate the normal body weight.

Slow Down the Aging

For adults who have a growth hormone deficiency, injections of HGH can increase exercise capacity, improve muscle mass, and decrease body fat.

Improve Your Mood

Mood changes can be overwhelming, but there are some things you can do to help, and signs to look out for.

Enhance Brain Function

Hormones are important messages both within the brain and between the brain and the body. By balancing hormones, you balance cognitive function.


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    Testosterone is one of the androgen hormones produced by the testes. It is the principle male hormone and is responsible for the development of the male sex characteristics. Testosterone is also the hormone of desire. Men produce testosterone primarily from the testes and also from the adrenal glands, while women produce smaller amounts of testosterone in their ovaries and adrenal glands Testosterone is important in maintaining good health in men. Testosterone has a well-documented role in cardiovascular health and bone density. Research shows that testosterone has been associated with lowering the risk of a heart attack and high blood pressure. Optimal testosterone levels positively affect muscle tone, blood pressure, cholesterol levels, the immune system, weight, moods, bone health, skin, libido, sperm production, sleep, as well as heart, liver and brain health.
    Low libido Lack of initiative, assertiveness and drive Fatigue Decline in sense of well-being and self-confidence Depressed, irritable moods Indecisiveness Decreased mental sharpness Lessened stamina and endurance Loss of muscle mass, strength, and tone Increased body fat around the waist Decline in sexual ability Sleep apnea Gynecomastia (enlarged breasts)
    Hypogonadism, low hormone production by the reproductive gland, occurs when the testicles do not produce sufficient levels of testosterone. Age-Related Decline As men age, they move from a state of optimal testosterone status to one of relative deficiency as their testosterone levels naturally decline. This stage of their life can be referred to as andropause, or male menopause. This downward slide begins in a man’s thirties and continues inexorably until the day he dies, although it is beginning to occur more commonly in younger men. As with any biological change that occurs gradually rather than abruptly, the age-related decline in testosterone often goes unnoticed until a critical point is reached. Suddenly out of the blue, a man in his forties or fifties may begin feeling depressed, irritable, or uninterested in the things that used to give him pleasure. He may notice that he has more aches and pains and fatigues more easily. He may develop a “spare tire” around his abdomen and find that his muscles have lost their strength or tone. Men may begin exercising, but find that even when they work out they show little improvement in muscle strength and stamina. They may go on a diet but have trouble losing weight. The lack of progress in their fitness regimen often leaves them feeling even more discouraged. He may lose interest in sex, have difficulty making decisions, or experience any number of other problems related to the decline in levels of testosterone.
    What are “normal” levels of testosterone?
    In healthy men, testosterone levels between 350 ng/dL and 1000 ng/dL are referred to as “normal.” Normal physiology allows the brain and the testes to work together to keep testosterone in this range. The brain produces “signal” hormones that are responsible for stimulating testosterone production. These signals are periodically released, which in turn stimulates testosterone production. When levels of testosterone are in an acceptable range, the production of the signal hormones are slowed, which in turn allows the testosterone levels to decrease.
    What is hypogonadism?
    Hypogonadism, in a male, refers to a decrease in either testosterone production, sperm production, or both. The medical professionals at Low T Center address the testosterone aspect of this condition. Decreased sperm production requires a careful, thorough evaluation by a fellowship-trained specialist.
    What are the benefits of testosterone replacement therapy?
    Benefits of testosterone replacement therapy vary based upon the pre-therapy symptoms and other factors, but they can include the following: increased energy; decreased irritability and depression; improved muscle mass and strength; improved sexual desire; improved visuospatial cognitive function and verbal memory; higher motivation; decreased body fat (optimal results received through accompaniment of a diligent diet and exercise regimen); possible improvement in erectile function; thicker skin.

    We also offer additional services you can benefit from

    Our hormone replacement therapies for men and women are provided based on the detailed laboratory evaluation and personal expectations of every patient.

    Hormone Levels Testing

    Hormone level testing means that you measure the volumes of testosterone or the human growth hormone in your blood.

    Testosterone Level Testing

    A testosterone test checks the level of testosterone in your blood to diagnose conditions caused by too much or too little testosterone.

    HGH Level Testing

    Several variants of growth hormone testing are now available. They are GH serum test, Insulin-like growth factor-1 test, GH suppression test, and GH stimulation test.

    Testosterone Therapy for Women

    A woman’s testosterone levels naturally change throughout her life, her menstrual cycle, and even at different times of the day.

    HGH Therapy for Men

    Human growth hormone provides important benefits for men. Let’s define what the human growth hormone is and why it is important for grown-ups.

    HGH Therapy for Women

    Women understand the importance of hormonal balance better than many men. They deal with hormonal changes monthly.