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Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) restores hormonal balance to regenerate healthy youthful function. Hormone levels need to be balanced as they decline as a result of increased stress and as a normal part of aging. We use natural or bioidentical hormones instead of synthetic compounds that are foreign to your unique physiology. Bioidentical compounds precisely match the hormones already present in your body, creating an improved sense of well-being and reduced risk of age-related disease.
For Men…., DrJ uses bioidentical extended release testosterone pellet therapy to address symptoms related to low testosterone – like fatigue, poor sleep quality, confusion, brain fog and mood swings (depression and anxiety). Testosterone imbalance also causes night sweats, joint pain, bladder irritation, headaches, low libido, and decreased erection as well as abdominal weight gain. Testosterone injections and transdermal creams are also used when the proper conditions are met.
For Women….DrJ uses bioidentical extended release estradiol and testosterone pellets to address symptoms like hot flashes, sexual dysfunction and vaginal wall thinning. Low estrogen and testosterone can produce subtle mood changes like irritability and sleep disturbance because of poor activation of brain receptors for these hormones. Even the appearance of aging skin can be improved with hormonal support as collagen is restored and a more youthful look results. Ultimately, the goal with BHRT is to restore your natural hormone balance. If you’re having any of these symptoms we would love to help you feel well again!
We have over 25 years of experience customizing treatment to address your individual needs and restoring hormonal balance. Instead of running a “hormone-replacement factory” we integrate a complete system of holistic care to address each area of your health. Eating and exercising well are important elements of bioidentical hormone therapy (BHRT) and at the same time, if your hormones are out of balance, nutrition and exercise will be far less likely to bear fruit. Your hormones, nutrition, fitness, and lifestyle all work together to make you look and feel great while reducing your risk of all kinds of disease.
Hormones you may need that commonly decline with aging:
Estrogen (common in menopause and stress in women)
Progesterone (Menstrual irregularities and PMS)
Testosterone (sexual energy and motivation -women too)
DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone – the mother hormone of the adrenal gland)
Somatotropin (growth hormone) and IGF-1 (insulin-like growth factor)
Melatonin (induces sleep and improves cortisol response)
Cortisol (adrenal stress and fatigue hormone)
Thyroid hormone (regulates energy, depression and obesity)