A. HRT is a treatment that helps restore the body to balance by identifying and then optimizing any deficiencies the patient may have
Q. Who can typically benefit from HRT?
A. Anyone that is looking to optimize their health and are proactive in prevention of disease and illness.
Q. What is the process for HRT?
A. The first step is to have blood drawn and analyzed through a complete hormone panel. Then the patient will meet with the physician to go over the results and make a recommendation. The final step is to go over the treatment options with a patient care advocate and begin therapy.
Q. What should I expect from my first visit?
A. You will be assessed by our staff and instructed on the proper dosing regimen and protocol.
Q. What should my long term expectations be?
A. Long term prognosis is excellent with significant improvement of overall health and well-being and improvement in quality of life. Consistency and compliance are key to obtaining optimum results
Q. What are some experiences individuals have had with HRT?
A. After hitting a plateau and not being able to lose the desired weight due to hormone imbalance, patients can finally break through that barrier.
Q. What are some side effects that could occur with HRT?
A. Not every one person is the same or will experience the same side effects. Some side effects that can occur are: increased blood pressure, heart rate, and itchiness.
Q. How many clinic visits does the treatment consist of?
A. It varies depending on the desired outcome and the patients schedule, however consistency and compliance are key.
Q. What is the general cost?
A. Costs range from $50-$550.
Q. Does my insurance cover any part of the program’s cost?
A. Insurance will cover lab work for analysis of the hormone panel.
Q. Are the results permanent?
A. Results are dependent on consistency and compliance to the regimen prescribed.