Welcome to Low T Center – Greenwood Village!
Your Low T Center in Greenwood Village, is designed to make your visit easy and convenient. The Greenwood Village physicians utilize an onsite certified laboratory to diagnose Low T conditions in men, and recommend appropriate treatment options tailored for each patient. We invite you to come see for yourself why we’ve been so successful in helping men get treatment for Low T symptoms.
Feel Younger, More Energetic.
If you’ve been experiencing symptoms of Low T (read more about Low T here), then the Low T Center is just what you’ve been looking for.
We’ve organized Low T Center to fit your busy schedule and unique needs:
- Conveniently Located
- No Appointment required
- No Insurance Hassles / Requirements
- Affordable Personalized Care Plans
If you qualify for testosterone replacement therapy (tests are performed right here onsite at 5425 Landmark Place, Building D Suite 105), your provider can get you started on your first visit. Like any medical condition there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution, and each patient’s treatment is tailored by their physician to meet their specific situation.
So if you’re experiencing Low T symptoms and are searching for low testosterone treatments in Greenwood Village, or want to find out more about your current condition, stop in and visit our local office today. No appointment is necessary, and after the first visit (where we run initial tests), your subsequent visits take no more than a few minutes each.
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Our Healthcare Providers
James Franklin Owen Day, M.D.
Dr. Day started his undergraduate career at the University of Indiana where he received his bachelor’s degree in 1963. He attended medical school at the Indiana University School of Medicine and earned a master’s degree in 1967. Dr. Day completed his internship at the University of Texas Medical Branch of Internal Medicine in 1968. He began residency at Saint Joseph Hospital in General Practice and Internal Medicine at the University of Colorado Health Science Center. He continued on with his fellowship at the University of Colorado Health Science Center where he entered Academic Medicine as an Associate Clinical Professor.
James R. Mosby M.D., FACEP
Dr. Mosby attended Howard University in Washington, D.C. and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Zoology with a minor in Chemistry. He then received his Medical Doctor Degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Mosby’s residency training was completed at University of Colorado Health Science Center. He has practiced emergency medicine for the past 39 years and has been Medical Director of the Emergency Department at Spanish Peaks Regional Health Center in Walsenburg, Colorado for the past five years. Dr. Mosby enjoys participating in medical missions to third world countries.
Timothy McCollum, PA-C
Timothy (T.J.) McCollum received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from George Mason University. After graduation, he worked on ski patrol as an emergency medical technician (EMT) in Colorado. T.J. returned to earn his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Troy State University and worked as a registered nurse in the emergency department at Children’s Hospital and St. Anthony’s, both in Denver. He went on to earn his Master’s in Medical Science, and is a certified Physician Assistant. T.J. has practiced internal medicine, specializing in geriatrics and trauma care, prior to joining the Low T Center team.
- April 27, 2015TimEver wonder why you don’t see any high level athletes or Olympians who are in their 50’s and 60’s? It’s because time works against us all, and the aging process slows and diminishes certain body systems no matter what we do. As all men age, you inevitably will lose some muscle mass, almost regardless of ...
- March 30, 2015TimEach year the medical community and its researchers dive deeper into the mysteries surrounding the male body, testosterone, and aging. Half of a century ago, this topic was completely ignored or misunderstood – scientists knew what testosterone was and much of what it did, but certainly not the array of debilitating effects a lack of ...
- February 4, 2015TimThis is a true story. A man in his early 40’s had already experienced an incredible life. An all-conference and all-state athlete in high school, he earned a full scholarship to compete in athletics at the Division I level. After a highly successful career, he graduated and transitioned to “normal” life – which initially for him ...
- December 4, 2014TimI don’t know about you, but I always hated when someone started a conversation with the question, “Which do you want first – the good news or the bad news?” It always seemed that whichever choice I made, the joy or euphoria from the positive news was always torpedoed by whatever negative information the questioner ...
- September 19, 2014StanMental fatigue and physical exhaustion are two separate conditions, but they’re very close friends. When you feel mentally or emotionally fatigued, you don’t feel like doing much of anything. That’s perfect if you also happen to be too pooped to do much of anything. Guys often go through spurts of high-energy followed by a cycle of ...