Andropause or hypogonadism are terms used to describe low testosterone levels in men. We consider men to be hypogonadal with total testosterone levels less than 400 who present with symptoms of low T. Testosterone levels decrease approximately 1-2 % after the age of 30. Greater than 50% of men over the age of 40 suffer from low testosterone levels and this percentage only increases with age.
The majority of men do not receive treatment for this common problem and consider symptoms just part of growing old. A simple blood test can determine if you have a hormone deficiency. We normalize and restore serum testosterone levels to improve quality of life. Research has shown that normal testosterone levels can prevent many of the conditions associated with aging including heart disease and cognitive decline. Our commitment to treating all hormones in balance with one another along with industry-leading monitoring protocols is what makes our program proven, effective, and safe.