- West Houston
- 2222 Greenhouse Rd Suite 1100
- Houston, TX 77084
- Phone: 832-391-5303
- Fax: 832-391-5307
- Mon: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
- Tue: 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM
- Wed: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
- Thu: 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
- Fri: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
- Sat: 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM
- Sun: Closed
- New Year’s Day: Closed
- Easter: Closed
- Memorial Day: Closed
- Independence Day: Closed
- Labor Day: Closed
- Thanksgiving Day: Closed
- Christmas: Closed
- Opening Day:
New patients can get their testosterone levels tested and analyzed for only $50!
Low Testosterone Testing in West Houston
One quick, 20-minute appointment can lead to developing a plan to help you feel younger and more energetic. Plus, new patients can get their testosterone levels tested and analyzed for only $50!
Treatment Centered Around You
Our low testosterone clinic in West Houston is designed to make your visit easy and convenient. The doctors at Low T Center – West Houston utilize an onsite certified laboratory to test for Low T (hypogonadism) in men. Like any medical condition there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution, and each patient’s testosterone treatment is tailored by their doctor to meet their specific situation.
Low T Center is organized to fit your busy schedule and unique needs:
- Conveniently Located
- No Appointment required
- No Insurance Hassles / Requirements
- Affordable Personalized Care Plans
How Low Testosterone Therapy Works
Tests are performed in-house at Low T Center – West Houston or at any one of our other Houston locations. No appointment is necessary.
If you qualify for testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), your doctor can get you started on a personalized treatment plan on your first visit. All subsequent visits take no more than a few minutes each. If the cost of testosterone therapy is of concern, Low T Center accepts most health insurance plans and offers several self-pay options as well.
Feel Like You Again
If you’re experiencing a decrease in energy, increase in body fat and other symptoms of Low T or just want to find out more about your current condition, stop in or book an appointment at our local clinic today. See for yourself why our testosterone therapy has been so successful in helping men regain their youth and vitality.
The Team of Medical Providers at Low T Center – West Houston
Arthur Austin Jr., M.D.
Prior to joining Low T Center, Dr. Austin was a staff internist for the Texas Department of Aging and Disability in Brenham, Texas for three years. Dr. Austin received his Bachelor of Science in Biology/Pre-med from Texas Southern University in Houston, TX. He received his Medical Degree from Wayne State School of Medicine in 1992. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the Detroit Medical Center/Wayne State School of Medicine program in 1995. Dr. Austin brings over 19 years of experience as an internist in direct patient care to Low T Center.
Kenneth Smith PA-C
Kenneth Smith graduated from Rice University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Biomechanics. During his time at Rice, Kenneth was a 4 year varsity letter for the Rice Owl Football Team as a defensive back. After completing his undergraduate degree, he worked for a surgical device design company. In 2006, he continued his education by attending Baylor College of Medicine earning a Master of Physician Assistant Studies. Kenneth has practiced pediatrics, family, and internal medicine prior to joining the Low T Center team.
- March 17, 2017Suzanne IrishArguably the most important week ever for the science of testosterone therapy and its impact on men’s health, five testosterone therapy (TTh) articles—four of which contained results from the Testosterone Trials—were published in JAMA and JAMA Internal Medicine on February 21, 2017. While the totality of these research studies shows impressive benefits and reassuring safety ...
- February 14, 2017Suzanne IrishLong-term therapy to treat testosterone deficiency in men may also lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a new study from Boston University Medical Center. To read more about the findings of the study, visit UPI.com.
- February 14, 2017Suzanne IrishMen with low testosterone at a greater risk for developing type 2 diabetes. Researchers at Tulane University have, for the first time, identified how testosterone helps men regulate blood sugar by triggering key signaling mechanisms in islets. The findings of this study could help identify new treatments for type 2 diabetes in the large number ...
- January 11, 2017Suzanne IrishA new study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism indicates that a study of over 9,000 men has defined normal ranges for testosterone levels in men. When applied to appropriately calibrated assays, the reference ranges will enable clinicians to make a correct diagnosis of hypogonadism. To read more about the ...
- January 3, 2017Suzanne IrishA new multi-year study from the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Salt Lake City shows that using testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) to increase testosterone to normal levels in androgen-deficient men doesn’t increase their risk of a serious heart attack or stroke. Testosterone therapy helped elderly men with low testosterone levels and pre-existing coronary artery ...
- January 3, 2017Suzanne IrishIn middle-aged obese men, losing weight while dieting normally depletes both fat and muscle; however, new research suggests that adding testosterone treatment may help them lose only fat and retain their muscle. To read more about the study, click here.
- January 3, 2017Suzanne IrishAs they age, men often produce less testosterone than they did in their youth. Men with low testosterone levels may have the following symptoms: fatigue, decreased sexual desire, and difficulty walking. To see if testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is beneficial in easing such symptoms, NIH started a series of studies called the Testosterone Trials. The findings ...
- December 1, 2016Suzanne IrishExciting results from a clinical trial of experimental testosterone hormone therapy on men with advanced treatment-resistant prostate cancer. Read more about the study conducted at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore here.
- November 9, 2016Suzanne IrishAccording to a new study, testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) appears to be safe in hypogonadal prostate cancer patients who have had definitive treatment and in those on active surveillance. Read more at Urology Times.