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Everything You Need To Know About Peptide Therapy

What is Peptide Therapy? Peptide therapy is a regenerative treatment to help your body recover, increase energy and strength, promote hair growth, and more. Peptide therapy is anti-aging and uses different peptides to combat some of the most common signs of aging while also improving body composition and increasing energy levels. They can improve the […]

Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Women

Testosterone Therapy for Women Most conversations surrounding testosterone replacement are usually about men seeking treatment for low testosterone levels, or “low T.” Many men and women may not realize that women also need testosterone in smaller amounts. Testosterone, one of the main sex hormones of a woman’s body, helps many bodily functions run properly, including her sexual […]

How Testosterone Replacement Therapy works?

Testosterone replacement therapy helps to correct testosterone deficiency and raise testosterone levels back into a healthy range. TRT or androgen replacement therapy (ART) is a treatment that doctors give to males who have testosterone deficiency and are showing symptoms of hypogonadism. Taking prescription testosterone through testosterone replacement therapy helps restore the levels of this hormone […]

Aesthetic Services

Aesthetic services address a variety of beauty needs. From laser hair removal and skin care to cosmetic surgery or plastic surgery to obtain a more youthful appearance. Aesthetic treatments may include spa treatments to hydrate the skin and reverse sun damage, remove unwanted hair, reduce the visibility of spider veins, and prevent wrinkles. While some […]

What is Restorative Therapy?

In practice, restorative therapy is a holistic approach that has patient well-being at its heart. It seeks to boost patients’ overall psychological, mental, and physical well-being, and give them the best possible quality of life. Restorative therapy is a term that houses a number of different forms of treatment. Treatments provided by physical therapists, occupational […]

Hormone Weight Gain

Hormonal weight gain is weight gain associated with underlying hormonal imbalances. For men, hormonal weight gain can be caused by high stress or cortisol levels in the body. The heightened levels of cortisol may make the body go into survival mode and induce the production of fat cells which will cause a declining metabolism to […]

Hormonal Weight Loss & Gain

Are you gaining weight despite the diets and workouts? Your hormones may be to blame for it. Generally, calories would be blamed for the weight gain. But when there is a hormone imbalance, more factors are in play, causing weight loss resistance. According to Harvard-educated physician-scientist and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Sara Gottfried, […]

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