Start With The Next Health Baseline Test
Interested in hormone optimization? Start with the Next Health Baseline Test, a comprehensive starter panel that provides insightful measurements on core aspects of your health (including: hormone levels, vitamin D and B12 levels, thyroid and kidney function, & inflammatory markers). By analyzing over 50 biomarkers, this test gives you and our providers the data needed to take your health to the next level.
Did you know approximately 84% of men have suboptimal testosterone levels? Such hormone deficiencies are incredibly common among both men and women because, after the age of 30, our hormone production begins to decline. This causes symptoms that are typically associated with age-related decline such as weight gain, low libido, hair loss, decreased energy, irritability, and more.
Feeling worn down, tired, and overall sluggish no longer has to be a part of the aging process.
Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy can restore such symptoms, empowering you to look & feel your best.
LOOK AND FEEL
WHAT TO EXPECT
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Patients have found that bio-identical hormone replacement therapy with pellet implants is extremely effective. The pellets are approximately the size of a tic tac, and depending on your required dose, we will determine how many pellets need to be inserted. Implants are placed under the skin, with local anesthetic, and consistently release small, physiologic doses of hormones that provide optimal therapy.
Based on the majority of our female patients, they are pelleted once every 3-4 months. Based on the majority of our male patients, they are pelleted once every 4-5 months.
PELLETS & INJECTIONS
At Next Health, we use both bio-identical hormone pellets and injections that the body recognizes as its own testosterone. Pellet therapy differs from common hormone injection therapies in several ways, the most important being how the hormones are released into the body.
Although injections can be self-administered and require no downtime, injected hormones are released instantly and can create hormonal “roller coaster” effects. Conversely, pellets are released based on cardiac output, meaning your body controls how quickly the hormones are released to maintain optimal hormone levels.