What is testosterone?

Men’s bodies produce the hormone testosterone mostly in their testes. In men, testosterone helps maintain:

  • Bone density

  • Fat distribution

  • Muscle mass

  • Muscle strength

  • Red blood cell production

  • Sex drive

What are the Health Issues Associated With Testosterone Deficiency?

Testosterone affects bone mass, fat distribution, and muscle development. In addition, testosterone maintains energy levels, fertility, and sex drive.

Over a third of men over the age of 45 may possibly suffer from testosterone deficiency. Men with health issues such as diabetes, obesity, and high blood pressure are almost  twice as prone to low T; odds being over 2 times higher for obese men, over 2 times higher for men diagnosed with diabetes, and almost 2 times higher for men with high blood pressure.

Men with with high cholesterol, prostate disease, and asthma  have a higher chance of having low T than healthy men. Testosterone deficiency can occur at any age in a man’s life — some at birth, some before puberty, and some during adulthood.

If you have noticed any of these symptoms, contact us today:

  • Depression

  • Erection issues

  • Low energy

  • Decrease in muscle mass

  • Increase in body fat

  • Infertility 

  • Lack of sexual appetite

  • Irritability/mood swings

What are the potential benefits of testosterone therapy?

  • Increase bone mineral density

  • Improvement in muscle mass and strength

  • Improve cognitive function

  • Increase sexual desire

  • Boost energy

  • Thicken body hair and skin

  • Decrease irritability 

  • Decrease in depression issues

Can men be too old for testosterone replacement?

No, there is no age limit for testosterone therapy.  Testosterone therapy produces benefits in younger and older men.  To ensure client safety, we will continue to have your levels checked regularly to confirm you are a good candidate for testosterone replacement.

What if I don’t have insurance?

We offer a very affordable self-pay rate, which includes your office visits, exams, laboratory tests and up to 4 injections per month.