For Women and Men
Hormone replacement therapy is typically used to help balance estrogen and progesterone in women around the time of menopause. Women typically begin to experience a decline in hormone function during perimenopause and into menopause. But guys, hormone imbalances are not just a problem among women, which also means hormone replacement therapy from Michigan Pain Consultants can help you as well. A man’s testosterone usually peaks around their late teens to early 20’s, ultimately dropping at an average rate of 1% every year. Men who pursue bio-identical hormone therapy to treat hormonal imbalance may experience significant benefits including more energy, increased muscle mass and strength, weight loss and improved sexual function.
It’s Just Stress, Right Guys?
Symptoms may include: Muscle Loss, Weight Gain, Fatigue, Problems with Sleeping, Night Sweats, Lower Sex Drive, Depression, Hair Loss, Erectile Dysfunction, Urinary Problems, Memory Loss, and other symptoms. Men who are experiencing one or more of these symptoms should consider advanced laboratory testing at Michigan Pain Consultants to assess their hormone levels. Why? Because conventional methods used to restore male hormone levels, such as synthetic hormones produced by pharmaceutical companies do not provide the tailored treatment necessary for achieving and maintaining optimal health.
Women Typically Experience….
As part of the normal aging process, our body’s hormonal function slowly declines. Women typically begin to experience a decline in hormone function during perimenopause and into menopause. Hormones are the body’s chemical messaging system. There are multiple glands throughout the body and each is designed to carry out certain functions to keep the body in a constant balance. Functions include: Heart rate, Metabolism, Appetite, Mood, Sexual Function, Reproduction, Sleep Cycles, Stress Management, and others. There never seems to be a rhyme or reason as to how any of these symptoms will affect your day. We understand. So what is bioidentical hormone replacement therapy?
Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy
Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) from Michigan Pain Consultants is a cutting edge treatment option for individuals suffering from hormone imbalance. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is a highly customizable treatment that restores your body’s hormones to more optimal levels. Bioidentical hormones are chemically identical to the hormones naturally produced by the body, providing for far fewer potential side effects than synthetic hormones. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can be easily tailored to each individual patient’s needs.
So Are You A Candidate for BHRT?
Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is ideal for women and men whose hormone imbalances have produced symptoms that have begun to interfere with their quality of life such as: Low Libido, Fatigue, insomnia, Depression or Mood Swings, Hot Flashes, Erectile Dysfunction, Hair Loss, and Weight Gain. It’s important to speak with your doctor about your symptoms and your goals regarding what it is that you want to improve in your lifestyle.
Contact Michigan Pain Consultants Today
Exciting medical breakthroughs occur each day and continue to keep Michigan Pain Consultants at the forefront of providing effective pain management programs in the West Michigan area.
Make an appointment for a new patient consultation with one of their board-certified pain physicians. All of Michigan Pain Consultant’s physicians are Board Certified in Anesthesiology or Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and have advanced training and experience in Pain Medicine. You can begin first by visiting online at MyLifeBeyondPain.com, MichiganPain.com, or by calling them at (800)281-3237.
With six locations throughout West Michigan, Michigan Pain Consultants comprehensive interdisciplinary approach to pain care offers patients and providers renewed hope for relief from chronic pain. Chronic pain should be treated like other chronic medical conditions such as diabetes, asthma, or congestive heart failure. Chronic pain requires chronic treatment. The goal of the treatment is to optimize the management of the pain, as opposed to curing the pain.