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    Low T Center Expands With First North Carolina Location

    Posted: August 15, 2016

    Low T Center, the leader in physician-led diagnosis and treatment of low testosterone, is expanding into North Carolina. The first North Carolina Low T Center is located on the outskirts of Charlotte, in nearby Pineville. A second Charlotte location will open soon. Dr. David N. Smith is regional medical director.

    “Low T Center seeks to improve the quality of men’s lives and to make a real difference,” says Dr. Bill Reilly, national medical director for Low T Center. “We feel that every man deserves to live an abundant life, no matter his age. Because there is so much talk about testosterone today, we encourage men — now more than ever — to do their homework and make sure that they go to a medical provider they trust and that focuses on testosterone therapy. At Low T Center, this is our focus.”

    Studies indicate that low levels of testosterone in men have been associated with diabetes, metabolism issues, weight gain and obesity, and high blood pressure, among other health concerns. Experience shows that testosterone injections can lead to improved energy, strength, and libido, as well as reduced weight, irritability, and depression.

    A quick and simple blood test, processed at Low T Center’s on-site lab, is all it takes for a man to know if he is a candidate for testosterone replacement therapy.

    About Low T Center

    Founded in 2009, Low T Center has quickly evolved into a pioneering and innovative medical practice model. As demand for information about testosterone therapy grows, Low T Center has established itself as a leader in treatment and public awareness. There are now 47 Low T Centers operating in 11 states.

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