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The Right TRT Options for Men in Knoxville, Tennessee
Home to the University of Tennessee Volunteers, Knoxville, Tennessee, is also one of the access points to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This vibrant city offers plenty of employment options for residents.For men that enjoy the great outdoors and burn both tends of the candle at work and with family, hormone balances can occur. For men with diagnosed hypogonadism (low t levels), low thyroid, and other health issues, or who just need an annual physical, the Knoxville Low T Center is an outstanding resource that offers help in a friendly, convenient location. This is a type of concierge medicine for men.
What Are the Symptoms of Low T?
Men with low testosterone levels may feel depressed, out of sorts, mentally fuzzy or fatigued on a regular basis. They often experience low libido levels and possible erectile dysfunction issues. Physical effects of low T include increased likelihood of fat retention and loss of muscle mass and tone, and loss of facial or body hair. The Knoxville Low T Center offers practical TRT solutions designed to combat these symptoms and to improve your overall state of health.
Feel Like Yourself Again
Low T Center of Knoxville offers comprehensive help for men. Whether it is for low testosterone, low thyroid, hypertension, diabetes, or simply an annual physical. Schedule an appointment online with our medical team today. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you.Make an Appointment
Your Medical Providers at Low T Center - Knoxville
Joseph Keenan M.D.
Dr. Joseph Keenan earned his M.D. at Michigan State University in 1985 and completed his residency at William Beaumont Hospital- Royal Oak, Michigan in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Dr. Keenan has been in private practice for the past 20 years and is a research investigator, having over 28 years of leadership and management in the research and studies of hypertension, cholesterols, diabetes, and overall wellness.
Kasey did not grow up wanting to work in the medical field. In fact, it wasn’t until 5 years after she received her bachelor’s degree in Public Relations that she decided to go back to school for nursing. In 2011 she graduated from Vanderbilt University with a master’s in nursing. For the first 12 years of her career she worked in women’s health. A few months after moving to Chattanooga, TN she took a part-time job at Low T Center to help fund her traveling hobby. Fast forward a year and a full time position came open at the Knoxville Low T Center. Kasey jumped at the opportunity to move back to her hometown. In her free time she hangs out with her American bulldog, Gilbert and her family. She likes to read, travel, play tennis and watch UT football.