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Specializing in men’s sexual health and wellness, we provide treatments for Low Testosterone, Erectile Dysfunction, and Premature Ejaculation.

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Low Testosterone

Low testosterone has been associated with prostate problems, poor sexual performance, and decreased bone-mineral density, the latter of which increases the risk of osteoporosis.

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About 90% of the cases of ED that medical doctors see are caused by physical factors usually classified as vascular (related to blood flow) and non-vascular diseases.


In addition to many biological and physical reasons, PE can be a side effect of erectile dysfunction, where the anxiety associated with not being able to maintain an erection can often lead to a habit of early ejaculation.

Today, more men than ever are becoming aware of the vital role testosterone plays in their physical and emotional well-being.


  • Levels

    Declining Hormone Levels

    The gradual decline of testosterone hormone levels experienced in men has long been associated with a host of undesirable symptoms once solely attributed to the aging process.  Studies have shown that after age 30 men lose approximately 1 percent of their testosterone and 2.5 percent of their DHEA per year.


  • Symptoms

    Undesirable Physical and Emotional Changes

    The gradual and consistent loss of hormones in men can have a profoundly debilitating effect when compounded over the decades. Current medical research has described this effect as andropause, the equivalent to female menopause. When this occurs, men experience a wide range of undesirable changes in their bodies that can include a lack of sexual drive, erectile dysfunction, depression, weight gain, loss of muscle mass, decrease in energy levels, reduced mental clarity and unpredictable mood swings.

  • Risks

    Other Risks and Potential Threats

    The loss of this crucial hormone can pose additional threats as well. Low levels of testosterone have been associated with prostate problems, poor sexual performance and decreased bone mineral density, the latter of which can lead to increased risk of osteoporosis.

    Traditionally, men have come to regard this decline in the quality of life as part of the natural aging process, a regrettable yet unavoidable aspect of getting older. Yet, rather than resign themselves to enduring these bodily and hormonal changes, men are now realizing that they no longer have to settle for a state in which they don’t feel sexual, vigorous and alive. 

  • Treatments

    We Can Help

    The iBody can treat this common problem with our Low Testosterone Pellet Treatment. Learn more


Begin your journey to a healthier and more fulfulling life.