What Is Hormone Optimization Therapy?
Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy, or BHRT, is a treatment for many common and debilitating symptoms that are often overlooked by doctors.
Some of these symptoms include exhaustion, foggy thinking, hair loss, insomnia, memory loss, skin changes, weight loss, weight gain, loss of libido, moodiness, erectile dysfunction, and more.
Often, hormonal imbalance is the root cause of symptoms like these. BHRT is a natural and simple method for bringing your body and mind into proper balance so you can live a healthier, happier, and more vibrant life.
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How Does Hormone Optimization Therapy Work?
Step 1: Fill out the Health Assessment Form
Click here to fill out and submit your Health Assessment Form to identify symptoms you may be experiencing in your daily life. This may reveal indications of hormonal imbalance or deficiency.
Step 2: Private Consultation
Once we receive the results of your blood test, we’ll schedule an in-person consultation. During this time together we’ll review your health history, your overall health goals, how you currently feel, and the results of your blood work.
Step 3: Begin Treatment
If you decide that you’re ready to begin hormone optimization treatment, we can start as soon as you’d like. We use bio-identical hormone pellets. There are no injections and hormone dosing is more accurate than traditional hormone therapy methods. Your pellets will be dosed and prepared for you specifically, based on your medical condition as determined by your blood work and the provider’s evaluation of your needs.
How Much Does BioTE Hormone Therapy Cost?
The Bio-identical Hormone Therapy from BioTE costs $375 per treatment for women and $775 per treatment for men. Women require treatment every three to four months, and men every five to six months, so the annual cost for men and women is similar and ends up being less than the cost of a daily trip to Starbucks.