This simple treatment can help improve your overall health and happiness.
What Is Low T Hormone Therapy?
It is an effective treatment that involves the painless insertion of bioidentical hormone pellets just beneath the surface of the skin. These pellets, measuring the size of a grain of rice, are all-natural, biological equivalents that work in partnership with your body 24/7, releasing a safe, measured dosage of hormones directly into the bloodstream whenever your body requires them.
Bioidentical Means Safe and Natural
Unlike other treatments that require careful monitoring and consistent application, bioidentical hormone pellets work automatically, responding naturally to the body and providing an uninterrupted supply of hormones that contribute greatly to a man’s sense vitality and sense of well-being. There are no additional creams, pills, patches, or injections to use, and the benefits of treatment can last for up to six months.
Private and Confidential
At the iBody Dr. Roberto Tostado specializes in men’s sexual health and wellness and has helped hundreds of men reach optimal sexual health and well-being. Dr. Tostado Understands that often men feel embarrassed to talk to a doctor (especially a female doctor) about the sexual problems they are experiencing in the bedroom so each consultation is strictly private and confidential.
BENEFITS OF PELLET THERAPY
What are bioidentical hormone pellets made from?
The bioidentical testosterone pellets you will receive during treatment are natural plant derivatives obtained from soy and other plant based ingredients. They are compounded by pharmacists to be biologically identical to the forms of testosterone produced by the human body. The composition of each pellet is an exact match to the chemical structure of human hormones.
Through the use of testosterone bioidentical hormones, the body is once again able to enjoy a steady and supply of hormones it is no longer capable of producing on its own. The clinical application of hormonal replacement has enjoyed a long and safe history of use with documentation and research in medical journals extending back to the 1930’s.