TESTOSTERONE THERAPY

Is Testosterone Therapy Safe?

Testosterone therapy is a very safe treatment that varies based on the individual patient’s medical history and risk factors. Proper follow up visits will make sure you are receiving proper care from your physician, which includes labs as well!

Not all Testosterone is Created Equal

The testosterone market is a complicated one, with many options available to men and women alike. We recommend bio-identical hormone replacement therapy for its health benefits over synthetic forms of this naturally occurring compound. Read more on bio-identical hormones here.

With the proper type of testosterone therapy it may help:

  • Enhance Mood
  • Increase Libido (Sex Drive)
  • Reduce excess body fat
  • Help with blood sugar levels (Diabetics)
  • Increase Bone Mass
  • Improve Muscle Mass
  • Motivation & Energy
  • Improve Quality of Life
  • Erection strength and sexual function

Our goal at The Phoenix Men’s Health Center is to provide each and every patient with the best type of testosterone therapy. We can provide:

  • 100% Natural Testosterone Stimulation, to help you produce your own bodies natural testosterone.
  • Semi-Natural Testosterone Stimulation, a mix of light pharmaceutical and natural stimulation for testosterone enhancement.
  • 100% Testosterone Replacement therapy, when the body needs to be supplement with testosterone.
    • Pellet therapy: for steady, long lasting testosterone levels and hormone control
    • Natural Creams: easy to use, easy to adjust
    • Injections: common, and very effective

What Patients are Saying

Which Testosterone Therapy is Best for me?

Lets find out…

Make an appointment so we can get you started. Every male will be different based on his goals, symptoms, age, blood work and financial needs.

We can take all of this into consideration to help you determine the best course of safe, effective, therapy for you.

We can guarantee that you will feel more educated and confident in your new knowledge and choices on your road to testosterone replacement therapy. Check out our reviews.

Quality Testosterone Research

“Low Testosterone levels are associated with an increase risk of diabetes, heart disease, and carotid atherosclerosis.” Diabets Care 2013 June; Vol.36, No.6: 20-30

“Loss of testosterone (Can/may) causes decreased muscle mass and strength, increased fat, decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, depression, osteoporosis, decreased energy, decreased well-being, decreased protection from heart disease and bone loss.” Archives of Family Medicine; 1999;Vol. 8:252-263.

“Testosterone lowers fat, improves body composition, protects agains diabetes and heart disease.” International Journal of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders 1992 Dec;16(12):991-7

“Loss of testosterone causes loss of libido, energy, strength, sexual function, memory, cognition, muscle and bone. Testosterone replacement therapy, as far as quality of life is concerned, is tremendous.” Medical Crossfire 2001 Jan;Vol.3 No.1:17-18



Treatment Frequency

Fastest Increase of Testosterone Levels

Strongest Increase of Testosterone Levels

Consistent Levels

Adjustible Quickly

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Injections


Every 7-14 days


Pellets

Every 5-6 months

Slow Release


Cream


1-2 times a day


Oral


2-4 times a day

Testosterone levels should ve ==

Are my testosterone values normal for my age?

We get this question all of the time. This is a complex question that deserves a more well informed answer. Not only do we need to look at your health results, but also your entire health picture.

Every patient is different and we will need to look at other factors in their lives such as stress, sleep, diet and disease states such as Diabetes, Obesity, and Heart Disease. All of these could easily be affecting his testosterone levels.

We have put together a group of case studies to help get a clearer picture of how to determine if testosterone levels are low. Read them in our blog post about testosterone levels here.

Do you have symptoms of low testosterone?

Wondering if you might have symptoms of low testosterone? Take our free quiz!