Low T Center takes a new approach to men’s wellness by focusing on the underlying causes of the decline in men’s health.
We treat conditions such as low testosterone (hypogonadism), low thyroid (hypothyroidism), sleep apnea, and allergies, which can lead to fatigue and lethargy. A sedentary lifestyle contributes to health issues such as high blood pressure (hypertension), high cholesterol, and diabetes.
By addressing the underlying conditions, we can slow the onset of, prevent, or eliminate serious health problems.
NOTE: Not all treatment services are currently available at every location, but will be in the near future. Check with your local Low T Center for the services offered in your area.
Not Feeling Like Yourself?
Whether you’re simply tired and irritable, or you’re experiencing more serious symptoms such as muscle weakness or joint pain, you’re probably wondering what’s causing it. This chart lists common symptoms associated with all the health conditions we treat.View Symptoms Chart
Testosterone is a hormone responsible for the normal growth and development of the male sex organs and for maintenance of other sexual characteristics. When testosterone levels are low, men can experience a decrease in energy and libido, increase in body fat, and emotional changes. With regular testosterone treatment, you can regain your vitality and feel like yourself again.
When the thyroid gland doesn’t produce enough of the necessary thyroid hormone, you have less energy and a decreased metabolism. Treating low thyroid can boost energy level, metabolism, and weight loss.
When breathing pauses for seconds or minutes during sleep, it disrupts your rest. Sleep apnea can be a serious condition because it disrupts the flow of oxygen to your brain and body. Treating sleep apnea can lead to better quality rest, improved clarity and concentration, increased libido, and fewer headaches.
Your body reacts to allergens — dust, mold, animal dander, certain foods — by creating antibodies. That allergic reaction can range from watery eyes to stomach pain. Treating allergies can improve breathing, help with skin ailments, reduce itching and hives, and improve your overall quality of life.
A fat found in the blood, cholesterol is directed by the types of food and drink you consume. Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) is considered your bad cholesterol, while high-density lipoprotein (HDL) is your good cholesterol. High LDL cholesterol can block your arteries over time, so keeping your cholesterol in check through proper diet and exercise can help prevent heart attack or stroke.
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, makes the heart work harder than it should by using excessive force to push the blood against artery walls. In addition to causing problems with your heart and arteries, high blood pressure can damage your kidneys, brain, and eyes. By taking steps to normalize blood pressure — including a healthy diet and regular exercise — you can lower your chance of heart attack or stroke and feel better overall.
Diabetes occurs when the body’s blood sugar level is too high. There are many types of diabetes, but most people have either type 1 (the pancreas doesn’t produce insulin, which is necessary to help the body store and use sugar from food) or type 2 (the body doesn’t properly use the insulin produced). By managing diabetes and prioritizing healthy food and regular exercise, you can enjoy a richer quality of life.
An essential part of your overall wellness effort, a physical exam can help identify focus areas to optimize your health. We gather information about how you’re feeling, give you a health questionnaire to complete, and draw blood for a comprehensive lab panel.