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Aging is a natural process controlled by our endocrine and immune systems. As these systems decline in function so do we. Research has shown that maintaining our hormone levels and boosting our immune system naturally can prevent the debility and illness that accompany the aging process.
Natural hormones are biologically identical in chemical structure to our body’s hormones. They are typically derived from plants and compounded at special compounding pharmacies. Synthetic hormones are made by pharmaceutical companies and are not chemically identical to our body’s hormones. For this reason they can have substantially different effects even harmful as the literature has shown.
Replacing diminished hormones such as Thyroid, DHEA, Estrogen, Progesterone and Testosterone in men and women can not only slow the aging process but also the occurrence of age related chronic diseases like diabetes, high cholesterol, osteoporosis and heart disease.
The more obvious effects of natural hormones are increased strength and vitality, freedom from hot flashes, weight loss, improved memory and libido, prevention of chronic illnesses and pain syndromes.
Norterra Family Medicine is proud to offer the choice of Natural Hormone Therapy for our patients! Dr. Kristine Sarna, Mollyann Allen, PA-C and Nicole Walker, PA-C have undergone extensive training in this growing field of health care. If you feel that you might benefit from Natural Hormone Therapy, call our office to schedule a hormone consultation today!
Hormone optimization is key to healthy aging. Prevent heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis and dementia with optimal hormone balance. Feel and look great too. Imagine no more brain fog, weight gain and fatigue. Using bio identical hormone pellets is the most efficient way to reach your goals. Make your initial appointment today.
*Natural Hormone Therapy is not FDA approved and not all insurance providers cover this method of treatment. You may be responsible for the cost of your mediations and/or laboratory testing.