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Treatment for Hormone Imbalances

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Treatment Options For Hormone Imbalances

Your hormone imbalance treatment begins with our team of experts identifying and addressing any underlying medical conditions that could be contributing to your hormone fluctuations. Our team of specialists then work with you to design a hormone treatment plan that resolves the weight gain, mood swings, hair loss, anxiety, night sweats, sleep disruptions, and other symptoms you may be experiencing depending upon your hormone imbalances. Your treatment plan may include one or more of our specialized hormone imbalance therapies:

Hormone Replacement Therapies

We are experts in Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy, which uses hormones that are structurally similar to those naturally found in your body to treat men and women experiencing unbalanced hormone levels. Additionally, as certified providers of Biote and EvexiPEL, our providers are experts in the Biote and EvexiPEL hormone pellet therapy, which uses bioidentical testosterone or estrogen. During this treatment, pellets placed under your skin release a continuous stream of hormones—with the hormone replacement pellets dissolving and absorbing into your body. Our Biote and EvexiPEL providers personalize your hormone dose based on extensive lab work.

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IV Infusion Therapy

With our IV infusion therapy treatments, a liquid solution IV drip delivers essential vitamins and minerals directly into your bloodstream. Each infusion of nutrients is tailored to treat your specific set of hormone imbalance symptoms. Because IV nutrition therapy bypasses digestion, your cells receive the nutrients they need to replenish deficiencies and rebalance hormone levels—fast.

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Functional Medicine

Our hormone treatments are grounded in the science-based approach of Functional Medicine, which focuses on identifying the root cause of your hormone imbalances in order to optimize treatment options. Together, we’ll examine your lifestyle (e.g., stressors, diet, hobbies, activity level, work habits); genetics (e.g., family history, physical and mental conditions); and environment (e.g., exposures to toxins and allergens). We also may utilize bloodwork, lab analyses, or food sensitivity and genetic testing.

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Medical Weight Loss

Our doctors recognize the significant impact a hormonal imbalance can have on your ability to lose weight. To determine the connection between your hormone imbalance and any weight issues you’re experiencing, our doctors and specialists will methodically and thoroughly examine every aspect of your life such as your diet, exercise habits, genetics, and stressors. We may also order additional diagnostic testing which provides us with the opportunity to examine and address even the most hidden factors impacting your hormone levels and weight.

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Our acupuncture treatments are tailored to your specific hormone imbalance symptoms and are designed to regulate hormone production. Our acupuncturists penetrate the surface of your skin with very thin needles at strategic points known to support a balanced production and release of hormones.

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Sexual Wellness

Our specialists are experts in how hormonal changes impact your sexual wellness—with hormone fluctuations impacting energy level, libido, and physical comfort during intercourse. Our sexual wellness specialists work closely with you to discuss any challenges you’re experiencing and will thoroughly examine how hormone changes may be impacting your sexual wellness.

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Understanding Hormone Imbalances

Your hormones are indispensable chemical messengers that control and manage hundreds of essential functions in your body. Produced by endocrine system glands, hormones regulate everything from your blood pressure and metabolism, your growth and development, your fertility and sexual function, your emotions and mood, and even your sleep cycle. Hormones flow through your entire body, but only deliver messages to cells designed to receive their messages. The hormones and cell receptors work together—with hormones locking into the targeted cells to deliver their messages. Your body carefully monitors its hormone levels, but sometimes, your glands may produce too much or too little of a hormone—resulting in a hormone imbalance. A hormone imbalance can cause significant changes in how your body functions—triggering a range of health problems and symptoms such as changes in weight, blood pressure, sleep patterns, sex drive, and mood. Stress levels, illness, and certain medications can lead to hormonal imbalances as can serious health conditions such as diabetes and thyroid disease.