Low Testosterone Treatment - Z Med Clinic

Low Testosterone

Testosterone is the key hormone needed for a healthy man. With age it is normal for testosterone production to decline in the body, but when it is running low it can throw certain functions off balance. Testosterone is needed for healthy muscles, bone strength, and for a strong libido. We specialize in treating “Low T” (low testosterone) to restore your well being and quality of life as a man.

What is Testosterone?

Testosterone is a type of androgen hormone much needed by men. It Is responsible for the masculine characteristics of the body including mood, strength, hair, and deep voice. Testosterone affects the following:

  • Development and maturation of reproductive organs
  • Maintaining sexual drive and function
  • Muscle growth and bone mass
  • Mood and irritability
  • Growth of body hair
  • Energy levels
  • Weight maintenance

What is "Low T"

The amount of testosterone that is "normal" for any man depends on individual factors, such as age and medical history. Men over 30 years of age may start to experience the symptoms of Low T as they get older. Some men may even experience a loss of hormone production earlier in life leading to uncomfortable and potentially harmful side effects. At Z Med Clinic we work with our patients to optimize their testosterone levels with treatments for all Low T situations.

Symptoms of Low Testosterone:

  • Weak libido
  • Loss of muscle and bone density
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Decrease in exercise tolerance
  • Decrease in mental clarity and memory
  • Poor recovery from injury
  • Depression
  • Loss of motivation
  • Decreased body hair
  • Weight gain

How is Low Testosterone Treated?

The type of treatment that we recommend for low testosterone depends on each individual's unique symptoms and clinical profile. At Z Med Clinic, we assess the symptoms and the direct affects of Low T in your life and take it from there. A blood test will assess the current level in your body and depending on your situation you may get injections, a daily gel or patch or implantable testosterone pellets to name a few.

Click here to read more about the Bio-Identical (Natural) Hormone Replacement Therapy.