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Men's Hormone Health

Options to help patients achieve optimal health and wellness with testosterone optimization and replacement therapy.


Men's Hormone Health

Treatment Plans


Time-released pellets are inserted into the hip every 4 months by our trained clinical provider

Monthly Fee


Price includes free lab testing twice per year, office visits, pellets, and monthly custom supplements


Weekly testosterone injections are administered in our clinic by a trained clinical provider

Monthly Fee


Price includes free lab testing twice per year, office visits, weekly injections, and monthly custom supplements


Three month testosterone cream supply will be administered at your quarterly visit by our clinic

Monthly Fee


Price includes free lab testing twice per year, office visits, cream applications, and monthly custom supplements

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Testosterone?

Testosterone is a male hormone produced naturally in the body primarily by the testicles. Testosterone is responsible for the proper development of male characteristics and is important for maintaining muscle bulk, bone growth, mental well being and energy, adequate levels of red blood cells, and sexual function.

Optimal Levels of Testosterone

Just like blood pressure and cholesterol, there is a numerical range of testosterone levels (T Levels) that are considered optimal. Healthy testosterone values in males typically range from 300 to 1,200 nanograms per deciliter.

As a man ages, the amount of testosterone in his body gradually declines. This natural decline starts after age 30 and continues throughout life.

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What is Low-T / Testosterone Deficiency?

When a male has Testosterone Deficiency, commonly known as “Low-T”, it means his testosterone is below normal levels. The medical term is hypogonadism. It‘s natural for men to produce less testosterone as they age. However, it‘s not natural for testosterone to fall below 300 ng/dL.

What causes testosterone deficiency? Low-T can happen when there is a communication problem between the brain and the testes that causes a drop in the amount of testosterone that is being produced. Coincidentally, if the brain feels that there is too much testosterone in the body, it can signal the testes to cut production. Another common reason Low-T can occur is that your body simply can‘t produce enough testosterone due to a defect in the testes.

Testosterone Deficiency is a medical condition known as hypogonadism. Signs of hypogonadism include;

  • Decreased Sex Drive
  • Decreased Sense of Well-Being
  • Depressed Mood
  • Difficulties with Concentration and Memory
  • Erectile Dysfunction

Fortunately, the MVP Team can perform a medical exam including a blood test to tell if patients have testosterone deficiency, hypogonadism. They can also decide if treatment options such as testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) could help bring the T levels back to normal.

      As a Treatment For

    • Adrenal Dysfunction

      The adrenal glands produce hormones that help to regulate many of your body's functions including metabolism, blood pressure and your body's response to stress. 

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    • Hormonal Health

      We offer many options to help patients evaluate (bloodwork, DUTCH testing or saliva testing) and optimize hormone levels and function whether you need enhancement or replacement therapy.

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    • Low Testosterone

      Low free and/or total testosterone can affect many aspects of life including: mood, sexual desire, erectile function, bone and muscle strength.  We can evaluate fully and offer multiple solutions to maximize your levels.   

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    • Fibromyalgia

      A diffuse and vague disease that affects your bones and muscles that is frequently misdiagnosed and overlooked. Widespread pain in the muscles and joints, as well as, exhaustion are its typical symptoms.

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    • Migraines

      A migraine is a type of headache that may begin as a dull ache and then turn into a constant, throbbing pain felt on one side of the head.

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    • Chronic Fatigue

      Tired of being tired? A thorough history and blood evaluation can hlep to solve the mystery of why.  While muscle pain and constant awakenings may be your worst symptoms, others may be most troubled by memory loss and weariness.

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    • Digestive Issues

      Digestive problems can be brought on by a variety of factors, including certain meals, medications, the presence of gas or stools, and emotional stress. These issues can affect your body's hormone metabolism.

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    • Thyroid Problems

      Do you have chills, mental fog, weight gain, or thinning hair? Or the opposite: Do you frequently feel pumped up, perspire, or anxious? It might be your thyroid gland's fault.

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