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Treatment for Thyroid Dysfunction

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Treatment Options for Thyroid Disorders

At Anodyne, our team of specialists and doctors are housed under one roof—enabling our providers to collaborate and share knowledge directly with one another to detect and comprehensively treat your thyroid issues before they cause serious health complications. Our treatments for thyroid disorders—including treatments for hyperthyroidism and treatments for hypothyroidism—comprise:

Functional Medicine

Our thyroid dysfunction treatments are grounded in the science-based approach of Functional Medicine, which focuses on identifying the root cause of your thyroid condition 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 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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Hormone Replacement Therapy

Our hormone replacement therapy specialists restore your health by resolving your thyroid hormone imbalances. At the outset of treatment, our specialists provide you with a thorough assessment to determine why your body is producing too much or too little thyroid hormone, and then partner with you to design a hormone replacement therapy plan based on your symptoms and specific hormone levels.

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Medical Weight Loss

Our doctors recognize the significant impact a thyroid disorder—and its effect on your metabolism—can have on your ability to lose weight. To determine the connection between your thyroid disorder 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 thyroid function and weight.

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Our acupuncture treatments are tailored to your specific thyroid disorder symptoms and are designed to regulate thyroid hormone production. Our acupuncturists administer very thin micro-needles at strategic points known to support a balanced production and release of thyroid hormones.

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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 thyroid disorder symptoms. Because IV infusion therapy bypasses digestion, your cells receive the nutrients they need to replenish deficiencies and rebalance thyroid hormone levels—fast.

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Understanding Thyroid Dysfunction
and Related Conditions

Affecting an estimated 20 million Americans, thyroid disease describes any condition that prevents your thyroid gland from producing the right amount of hormones that help control many essential bodily functions.

Although there are several types of thyroid disease, most dysfunctions fall into one of two categories: disorders related to having too much thyroid hormone (known as hyperthyroidism) and disorders related to having too little thyroid hormone (known as hypothyroidism). When your body produces too much thyroid hormone, your body uses up energy too quickly—resulting in symptoms like muscle weakness and tremors, elevated heart rate, heat sensitivity, unexplained weight loss, insomnia, nervousness, and anxiety. When your body doesn’t produce enough thyroid hormone, your body processes slow down—resulting in symptoms such as fatigue, unexplained weight gain, and the inability to tolerate cold temperatures.

Thyroid disorders can stem from a number of factors including genetics, autoimmune disease, inflammation of the thyroid gland, radiation treatments, and certain medications.