Men's Vitality Center - The Nation's Leader in Mens Health
Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Men
Mens Vitality Center is committed to providing friendly and quality care for men of all ages. Coming in to Men's Vitality Center is nothing like going to the usual doctors office. Many patients even consider their trip here to be a welcome part of their week!
Our offices, providers, and staff are warm and friendly. When you come in to see us, you are amongst friends, not strangers.
What services do you offer?
We offer a full range of adult medical care, including Testosterone Replacement Therapy. In fact, as Internal Medicine Providers, we'd love to be your Primary Care Physician! We provide all Adult Internal Medicine Services... Flu shots, STD screens, DOT Physicals, Blood Pressure Treatment, and much much more!
What is the process for Testosterone Replacement Therapy?
First, simply come into our office for a consultation with a physician or medical provider. After your medical history is reviewed, we conduct a thorough physical exam. Thereafter, diagnostic labs are drawn. The inital consultation is completed in about 60 minutes.
Heck, how do I know if I even have a low testosterone level?
Well, as a rule, A man’s testosterone level generally begins to decline at, or around the age of 30 years old. Unfortunately, once on the decline, testosterone levels continue to decrease in each successive decade of a man’s adult life. Based on your lab tests, we will be able to determine whether or not you have low T.
Numerous studies indicate that a low testosterone level is a health risk that can increase your chance of suffering from diabetes, heart disease, obesity, osteoporosis, as well as a general decrease in your overall quality of life.
In today’s world, the number of men with a low testosterone level is rising at an astonishing rate. A report by the University of Buffalo found that obesity and diabetes were directly related to the testosterone level in men.
Read the report.
***No prescription will be provided unless a clinical need exists based on required lab work, physician consultation, physical examination and current medical history. Please note, agreeing to lab work and physical exam does not guarantee a finding of clinical necessity and a prescription for hormone therapy, treatment or hormone medications including testosterone, HCG or any other medical treatment based on medical treatment.