Bio-identical Hormone Optimization Therapy



What is the goal of Hormone Optimization Therapy?

Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy, or BHRT, is a treatment for many common and debilitating symptoms that are often overlooked by doctors. Some of these symptoms include exhaustion, stress, foggy thinking, weight loss, sleep disturbances, and so much more. These ailments are treated by solving the root cause of these difficult conditions. Often, people with symptoms like these are suffering from hormonal imbalance. BHRT is a natural and simple method for correction of these complex issues.

What is Bio-identical Hormone Pellet Therapy?

Within 7-10 days after your pellet insertion, Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) begins to work. Once a pellet is inserted in the gluteal area, a consistent dose of bio-identical (naturally derived) hormones enter the bloodstream. Every BHRT pellet is created with patients’ unique physiology in mind. Because of this, every treatment is tailored to the patient and will have the greatest possible success in helping them achieve balance. Furthermore, the pellets are derived from plants, not animals, which closely mimic the hormones naturally present within your body. Studies have shown that bio-identical hormone pellet therapy may offer you the most benefits.

Signs and symptoms of hormonal imbalance in women:

Fatigue, Night Sweats, Hot Flashes, Decreased Sex Drive and/or Vaginal Dryness, Weight Gain, Insomnia, Irritability, Anxiety, Depression, Cold Hands and Feet

Signs and symptoms of low testosterone in men: 

Low sex drive, Sexual/ Erectile Dysfunction (ED), Chronic fatigue, Loss of muscle mass, Increased body fat (especially in the waist area),Decreased bone mass, Mood changes, Lower mental capacity, Depression, Irritability, Brain Fog

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(BHRT) Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Prices include consultation fee and pellet insertion.



Female: $650
Male: $800

Blood work prior to pellet insertion is required and is usually covered by insurance. If no insurance is available, additional cost of approximately $250 for lab work will be charged.