Low T Center Opens 2nd Oklahoma Location in Tulsa, for a Total of 27 Nationwide
Posted: June 3, 2013
June is National Men’s Health Month, and Low T Center is kick-starting the month with the opening of a second location in Oklahoma. The new center is located at 10462 S. 82nd E. Avenue in Tulsa.
Blaine Price, D.O., is the medical director. Dr. Price is a board certified family practice physician and a graduate of the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine.
“The purpose of National Men’s Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment among men,” says Low T Center President Mike Sisk. “Every man over the age of 40 should know three important numbers for their health: cholesterol, PSA (prostate), and testosterone levels.”
Currently, 13 million men in the U.S. over the age of 40 have low testosterone. (A normal testosterone level is between 350 and 1000.) Symptoms can include fatigue; decreased energy, strength, and motivation; weight gain; and diminished sex drive.
Low T Center offers solutions for these men in the form of testosterone replacement therapy. Testosterone injections may increase libido and energy, as well as decrease body fat, irritability, and depression. Research finds testosterone replacement also can have a positive impact on long-term health issues such as Alzheimer’s and heart disease.
It only takes a few minutes for a man to get his testosterone level tested at Low T Center, and treatment is covered by most insurance.
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 27 Low T Centers operating in eight states.
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