Welcome to Low T Center – Leawood!
Your Low T Center in Leawood, is designed to make your visit easy and convenient. The Leawood 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 4300 133rd St, Suite 200), 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 Leawood, 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
Stephen Stevenson, M.D.
Dr. Stevenson completed medical school at Kansas City University of Medicine in 1987. He completed a residency in Family Medicine in 1990 through the Kansas University Department of Family Medicine. Dr. Stevenson is Board Certified in Family Medicine and practiced Out-Patient Family Medicine up until he started working at the Low T Center in March of 2012. He and his wife live on a farm and raise organic fruits and vegetables.
Mitch Poppe, PA-C
Mitch Poppe completed his undergraduate education at Chadron State College in 1991. After being awarded the National Health Service Corp Scholarship, he earned his Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 1995. Following graduation, Mitch moved to Kansas City where he worked for Swope Parkway Health Center in the Homeless Outreach Department. After 10 years of serving the homeless, he worked at the United States Disciplinary Barracks at Ft. Leavenworth Kansas. Mitch has also managed weight loss for gastric band patients and worked in the areas of erectile dysfunction and testosterone replacement prior to joining Low T Center.
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