Women's Health and Anti-aging

By popular demand we now offer Women the same great service and treatments!

Women can now benefit from many of the same top quality services we offer men. As women, patients, friends, family and neighbors have asked if we can help them, their wife, partner, girlfriend, sister, mom, etc., we have provided customized services and treatment plans tailored to women. As demand, to help women feel better and look better, have grow we are officially offering women the following health and anti-aging services and treatments:

Bio-Identical Testosterone Pellet Therapy:

Do Women Need Testosterone? You might be surprised to learn you could benefit from Bio-identical Testosterone replacement therapy as a woman. You may associate testosterone with men, but it is an important hormone in maintaining the health and overall quality of life in women too. The testosterone in your system starts to decline when you are about 30 years old. Not everyone has low testosterone symptoms as a result of this, but if you do, you might benefit from bio-identical testosterone. Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) might be helpful for you in several different ways.

Symptoms of Low Testosterone:

If you are feeling less than motivated you usually do or more irritable or fatigued, low testosterone could be to blame. Low testosterone can also affect your sex drive. Depression, insomnia, muscle weakness, “brain fog” and night sweats are also among the symptoms associated with low testosterone in women. Low testosterone can also affect your fertility, your body’s production of red blood cells and how your body distributes fat. Bio-identical Testosterone replacement therapy can change this and can put you back on the path to wellness.

Make an appointment online with our team at and let us help you get started on your new life today!

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for Hair Loss Restoration:

Female pattern hair loss may occur at any age with varying severity and becomes clinically detectable in about 3% of women by age 29, in 13% of women by 49, 19% by 69, and in 25% of women over 69.2. Clinical severity and progression tend to be more intense with earlier onset. The first complaints are typically a thinning ponytail, scalp visibility, and a gradual thinning of hair density on the central scalp.

We all lose 50 to 100 hairs a day (on average), but because new hair is always growing at the same time, it isn’t usually noticeable. When new hair is no longer growing back in  to replace the hair being lost, it’s cause for concern. 

Hair loss is usually related to one or more of the following factors: 

  • Hormonal changes, such as low testosterone levels. This occurs gradually and in predictable patterns, like those seen in a receding hairline or bald spots. When testosterone levels decline, the normal cycle of hair growth changes. Some hair will begin to grow in shorter and  thinner, and in some spots, growth may stop  altogether. 
  • Heredity. The most common cause of thinning hair is family history. It is a natural condition caused by some combination of aging, low testosterone levels, and genetics (a family history of baldness on the mother’s side of the family). 
  • Medications. Some drugs like antidepressants, birth control pills, acne medications and immunosuppressants are thought to cause hair loss.
  • Stress. Physical or emotional trauma can cause hair to fall out. 
  • Hairstyles. A hairstyle that pulls the hair tight (like cornrows and extensions) can cause unnecessary hair loss.

Other factors that may increase your risk of hair loss include age, significant weight loss, diabetes, lupus and other autoimmune conditions, thyroid conditions, and poor nutrition.

How Platelet Rich Plasma therapy increase hair growth:

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy stimulates hair growth through vascularization and angiogenesis, and encourages hair follicles to extend the duration of the anagen phase of the growth cycle. PRP therapy for hair loss is shown to increase blood supply to the hair follicle, triggering natural hair growth.

Growth factors found in PRP include several intracellular structures such as glycogen, lysosomes and alpha granules that promote the healing and repair process. These help to reawaken the activity of the hair follicles and promote new hair growth. The use of PRP is scientifically shown to increase hair count, hair thickness, and the growth phase of the hair cycle.

PRP therapy for hair loss is shown to increase blood supply to the hair follicle, triggering natural hair growth. Growth factors found in PRP include several intracellular structures, such as glycogen, lysosomes, and alpha granules, that promote the healing and repair process. These help to reawaken the activity of the hair follicles and promote new hair growth.

PRP-specific cells stimulate hair growth in a variety of ways, all leading to the growth of new hair. PRP specific cells promote blood vessel formation and growth, cell replication, and skin formation; promote growth of the matrix between cells, bone, metabolism; promote cell growth and differentiation collagen formation; and promote growth of specialized cells.

Our medical teams have expansive experience with PRP treatments and can help you asses your current situation.

Make an appointment online for a free PRP Hair restoration assessment today!


Medical Weight-loss programs:

A weight loss package designed to work with your current diet and exercise program

Maintaining a consistent diet and exercise plan can be challenging for women at any age. Weight loss often yields better results if it’s done through a team effort, and our medical weight loss package is designed to work in combination with your current diet and exercise program and includes the following services:

A comprehensive medical exam: Also known as executive physicals, this may include laboratory tests, chest x-rays, pulmonary function testing, audiograms, full body CT scans, EKGs, heart stress tests, vascular age tests and urinalysis.

InBody composition analysis: InBody is a non-invasive body composition test that uses Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis to deliver a detailed breakdown of your weight in terms of muscle, fat, and water.

Prescription appetite suppressants: Prescription appetite suppressants: There are four drugs approved by the FDA for long term use in weight loss patients that work to decrease appetite, increase feelings of fullness, and interfere with absorption of fat. These include:

  • Bupropion-naltrexone (Contrave)
  • Liraglutide (Saxenda)
  • Orlistat (Xenical)
  • Phentermine-topiramate (Qsymia)

Weekly Lipo-C injections: The Lipo-C shot is a custom formulated injection that supports a healthy immune system and optimizes hormone function, boosts your metabolism, and improves fat burning. The ingredients contained in the Lipo-C injection are Methionine, Inositol, Choline Chloride, L-Carnitine, Thiamine HCl, and Dexpanthenol.

Weekly B12 injections: Since your body does not make or store vitamin B12, you must get it from food or supplements. Vitamin B12 plays a key role in the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system, as well as aiding in the formation of red blood cells. It can also increase energy levels, which promotes weight loss. The ingredient of the B12 injection is hydroxocobalamin or cyanocobalamin. Learn more about Vitamin B12.

Our medical weight loss programs is not covered by insurance and package prices begin at $275/month, and women on bio-identical testosterone replacement therapy receive an additional $75/month discount.