Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

Alleviate symptoms of menopause and low testosterone.


How do I get started with hormone treatments HRT?

First, we need to learn more about your symptoms, history, medications, stress levels and diet and activity levels. . After ordering a series of tests, we create a custom treatment to provide lasting results. We focus on long-term solutions to replace or support production of hormones in your body: estrogen, testosterone for men and women, adrenal glands, thyroid and more. 

What should I expect?

Balancing your hormones is not a “quick fix”.  Some symptoms will improve fairly quickly but most of the transformation will be slow and over a period of months.  The hormone “dance” is very complex and interconnected; sometimes unexpected side-effects need to be addressed.  If you want to achieve the results you seek, you need to be committed to life style and diet changes, reduce stress, take supplements to support your hormone production and use topical, oral or pellet hormone replacements

For option of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) for men and women as well as the advantages of using bioidentical hormone pellets click on the highlighted text 

Medical Insurance Questions

Medical insurance pays for some forms of HRT and currently do not pay for hormone pellets.  If you have out of network benefits we can provide you with a Superbill and your insurance might reimburse you for some of the cost.

How much does it cost?

Unlike other clinics who charge for labs and supplements as part of the treatment, we work with you to keep costs down.  We order labs through your insurance when possible, give you the option to shop around for best prices on supplements. 

Prices start at $260 for most women (every 3-4 months) and $560 for most men (every 6 months).  A lot of our clients find that the cost is similar or only slightly higher than what they pay through insurance and for some it is actually lower.