WHAT IS HORMONE THERAPY?
As we age, our hormone levels change and may become irregular. Even though this occurrence is natural, particularly for women who are pre- or post-menopausal, unbalanced hormones can keep both women and men from living and enjoying their lives to the fullest. In fact, having balanced hormones plays a bigger part in your total well-being than you might realize. Because of this, our highly skilled medical doctor, Dr. Arthur Schlyer is proud to provide this effective treatment to the New Port Richey, FL community. We can personalize each bioidentical hormone therapy treatment to meet your specific needs and concerns. At Renuvia Medical Center, Dr. Schlyer and his skilled team use a science-based approach to help patients attain better health.
Using a compounding pharmacy, bioidentical hormone therapy can increase your energy and overall health. At our office, Dr. Schlyer can enhance estrogen levels for pre- and post-menopausal women. He can also help men who have issues with testosterone levels or growth hormone abnormalities. We encourage you to call our office in New Port Richey, FL to learn more about how our tailored approach to hormone therapy can improve your general wellness.
Bioidentical Hormone Therapy Reviews
"Wonderful dr and staff"- J.M. / Google / May 20, 2019
"I have been a patient here since 1991. Dr. Schlyer Is professional and has always provided the health information I needed to be at my best. Great staff, and great results."- D.H. / Google / Feb 20, 2020
"When I started seeing Dr. Schlyer and his staff in 2014, I was 400 lbs. I am beyond happy to say that I have been steady at 250 lbs. since seeing Dr. Schlyer. He is very knowledgeable and has helped me regain my health. I go to the gym and lift heavy weights and I feel great! His staff is very friendly and helpful! Thank you Dr. Schlyer!"- J.S. / Office Visit / Dec 03, 2020
"Great doctor 👍🏼 He actually took time to listen and understand me. He explained things in a way that made sense, and didn’t dismiss my concerns out of hand. I will definitely be back. Thanks Dr. Schlyer 😊😊♥️ 👨⚕️"- D.R. / Google / May 20, 2019
"I have been a patient of Dr. Schlyer’s for 16 years. I have always received great care. I never liked the limitations of standard medicine. Dr. Schlyer has always been studying ways to work with our bodies that improve our health and vitality. I want to be the best me I can be and I feel that this office helps me to achieve that. All of the girls in his office are friendly and professional. Everyone is happy that you are there and always try to work with your work schedules. My husband has also been a patient of Dr Schlyer’s for 14 years, he is a diabetic and the doctor has kept him strong and healthy. We trust our physician."- S.C. / Yelp / Dec 08, 2020
AM I A CANDIDATE FOR BHT?
To assess whether you’re a good candidate for bioidentical hormone therapy, Dr. Schlyer will perform several blood tests to review your hormone levels. Additionally, he'll take the time to listen to your concerns and discuss your symptoms. For men and women, the benefits of hormone balance may differ.
Benefits of optimal hormone levels for men may include:
- Increased ability to lose fat
- Increased lean muscle mass
- Improved energy levels
- Increased sexual libido
- Improved mental clarity
- Enhanced sense of well-being
- Looking and feeling years younger
Benefits of optimal hormone levels for women may include:
- Decreased hot flashes and night sweats
- Reduced risk of osteoporosis
- Reduced risk of coronary artery disease
- Reduced vaginal dryness
- Reduced risk of arthritis
- Enhanced sexual libido
- Improved cardiovascular protection
- Increased energy and vitality
- Enhanced feeling of well-being
- Reduced fat in the thighs and buttocks
- Improved muscle and bone strength
- Decreased brain fog
WHAT DOES BIOIDENTICAL HORMONE THERAPY INVOLVE?
At your private consultation with Dr. Schlyer, he will discuss your symptoms and concerns, which will help him develop the best bioidentical hormone treatment plan for you. Before creating a tailored treatment plan, Dr. Schlyer will order a comprehensive blood panel to review your hormone levels and determine whether you have any irregularities or imbalances. Next, we'll build an individualized treatment plan to address these issues. We'll send this information to a compounding pharmacy to have them create a customized hormone therapy treatment that meets your needs and improves your health.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT AFTER MY CONSULTATION?
Once we have created your treatment plan, you can pick up your individualized prescription at the pharmacy. Based on what Dr. Schlyer recommends, you'll need to take a specific amount each day. Over the next 3 – 6 months, you should begin to experience the benefits of your bioidentical hormone treatment. Certain symptoms will decrease, and you should feel healthier and more energetic. Dr. Schlyer will schedule follow-up appointments to ensure your treatment plan is working and that your symptoms are getting better. We can continue to adjust your prescription so that you receive the most from your treatment.
EASY AND INTEGRATIVE SOLUTIONS
Hormone irregularities and imbalances, which may happen because of age or other lifestyle conditions, can impact men and women’s overall health. If certain symptoms affect your quality of life, such as exhaustion, hair loss, weight gain, or insomnia, please reach out to Dr. Arthur Schlyer at Renuvia Medical Center. Renew your health and enjoyment by contacting our office in New Port Richey, FL. We provide individualized hormone therapy plans to address the concerns and needs of our patients.
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