Low Testosterone

Low testosterone is an under-diagnosed problem. Researchers estimate that low ­testosterone affects approximately 6 million men in the United States. New studies showing the effects of diabetes on testosterone levels could prove these numbers to be even higher.  What is even more alarming is, it is estimated that only 5% of those affected are receiving treatment.

Low testosterone left untreated can lead to weight gain, depression, erectile dysfunction, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and even cancer.

Studies show that testosterone replacement offers a wide range of benefits for men, including: increased libido, metabolism, and muscle-mass, improved cognition and mood, and increased bone density and red blood cell production.

Men may start to experience symptoms associated with low testosterone as early as age thirty. These symptoms may include: low sex drive, poor erections, fatigue, increased body fat, reduced muscle-mass, and depression. Many have the false assumption that these symptoms are part of the natural process of aging. While aging does play a role, many of these symptoms are easily treatable regardless of age.


  • ­   Decreased Libido
  • ­   Erectile Dysfunction
  • ­   Fatique
  • ­   Decreased Metabolism
  • ­   Increase Body Fat
  • ­   Reduced Muscle Mass
  • ­   Depression

Treatment Options:

  • Testosterone Cypionate
  • ­Testosterone Enanthate
  • ­Topical Testosterone ­Cream
  • HCG
  • Anastrozole­
  • Clomiphene ­
  • DHEA
  • ­Minoxidil/Azelaic Acid Lotion (Hair Growth Formula)

Testosterone and hormone replacement therapy has been used in men and women for decades, and is safe and effective.

Benefits of Optimal Therapy:

  • ­   Increased Libido
  • ­   Increase Sexual Performance ­
  •    Increased Energy
  • ­   Increased Metabolism
  • ­   Decreased Body Fat
  • ­   Increased Muscle Mass
  • ­   Increased Mood / Well Being

If you feel you are experiencing symptoms of low testosterone, contact us with any questions. We can help!