Hormone Replacement Therapy

Our therapy program is proven to help men experiencing hypogonadism or low testosterone levels resulting from middle age (andropause).We keep it simple. We keep it safe. We offer an individualized program that is complete with all medication and extensive monitoring that is necessary while on treatment. 

A complete therapeutic testosterone therapy program will be designed by our physicians to meet the needs of each individual patient to maximize his treatment results.

Patients come in to get their injections on a weekly basis 

Initial consultation includes:

• Review of patient’s medical history. 

• Comprehensive panel of labs. 

• Physical examination. 

• Physician’s consultation. 



 Noticed any of the following?
Feeling depressed, irritable, fatigued, or uninterested in the things that used to give you pleasure.
Maybe you have lost interest in sex, have difficulty making decisions, or experience any of the many other signs & Symptoms related to declining levels of testosterone.



Do you know your number?

Come in and take advantage of our $50.00 Men's Health which includes a Consult with our expert provider and accurate blood level testing of Testosterone and PSA.

It is recommended that men forty and older have a Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test prior to therapy. 

The PSA test can be repeated in 3 months, and then checked annually. 

Patients using testosterone should seek medical attention immediately if symptoms of a heart attack or stroke are present, such as: chest pain, shortness of breath or trouble breathing, weakness in one part or one side of the body, slurred speech.

Testosterone is Injected Intramuscular Follow Instructions Provided with prescription.

This information is generalized and is not intended as specific medical advice, nor is this a complete list of potential side effects or medications. Prescription appetite suppressants are not advised for use with certain medical conditions and medications. If you have questions or concerns about your health history, current medications or would like more information, don’t hesitate to call us.

General statements: Do not share or take any one else's medicine. Talk with your healthcare provider before starting any new medicine, including over-the-counter, natural products, or vitamins.


Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT)

This is a regimen of physician prescribed testosterones used to treat hypogonadic (low testosterone) symptoms. 

Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone (androgen), which is also naturally produced in smaller amounts within the female body. 

Largely produced by and regulated through a joint effort of the glands and organs which make up the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Testicular-Axis (HPTA), testosterone is the hormone responsible for the normal growth and development of male sex organs, and plays an integral role in: libido; mood; energy level; bone density; cognitive functions like memory and concentration; and secondary sex characteristics such as voice change, bodily hair growth, muscle mass, and fat distribution.

(Mehta PH, Josephs RA. (in press). Testosterone. In R. Baumeister & K. D. Vohs (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Pschology)

The Androgen Deficiency in Aging Men (ADAM) and the Aging Males' Symptoms scale (AMS) quickly assess patient mood, energy, quality of life (work and play), sleep, and sexuality. These tests are usually administered while the physician is compiling an index of symptoms - pertinent sexual, personal, and family medical information all of which aids the provider in the identification of possible genetic traits and tendencies.

Testosterone deficiency occurs when there is problem with the HPTA, resulting in a condition known as hypogonadism, and is typically due to any of three basic hypogonadic conditions: 

1) primary hypogonadism - originates from a problem within the testicles

2) secondary hypogonadism - originates from a problem within the hypothalamus or the pituitary gland

3) idiopathic, or unknown causes. More specifically

These three forms are often caused by: TRT, Klinefelter syndrome, undescended testicles, hemochromatosis, testicular trauma, cancer treatment, mumps orchitis, Kallmann syndrome, pituitary disorders, inflammatory disease, HIV/AIDS, some medications, obesity, andropause, cardiovascular problems, chronic illness, alcoholism, cirrhosis, chronic stress, diabetes.

ED - Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction may be brought on by many things. Certain medications , for example blood pressure medicines, health conditions such as diabetes that compromises blood flow to the penis, and even one's personal life , stress and depression are all significant factors that can lead to E.D. 

Our management algorithm proceeds in a manner to ensure comprehensive treatment in the management of erectile dysfunction (ED). This begins with first line therapy including management of associated medical conditions and psychological support combined with oral medical therapy. 

Oral Agents (Pills)

Viagra® was the first oral agent with proven benefit in the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Today, there are several active ingredient-compounded oral products which give patients cost-effective options when choosing the best type of medication to suit individual needs.

Sildenafil (Viagra ®), Tadalafil (Cialis ®) and Vardenafil (Levitra ®, Staxyn ®) are called inhibitors of phosphodiesterase type-5 (PDE5-I) and have compounded versions which all work by the same mechanism. 

The advantage of medications in this group is their simplicity of use. Medications in this group help promote the development and maintenance of an erection. 

Stimulation is required for these medications to work. It is important to note that these medications do not affect sex drive or libido.