FAQs

Will you accept my Insurance?

We accept most insurance. If your insurance covers the visit, you’ll only be responsible for the applicable co-pay. This can be paid out of pocket or in some instances, paid partially or in full by the patient’s insurance company. Please contact us to set up an appointment or for questions regarding your insurance coverage as we can better answer your questions and verify your insurance to see what your insurance will cover.

How much will my Hormone Therapy treatment cost?

If your insurance covers the visit, you’ll only be responsible for the applicable co-pay. If you would prefer or are required to pay out of pocket, the rate is $200 to be seen by our physician/nurse practitioner/PA. After getting your lab results, the first consultation will check for indications and see if hormone replacement is needed. Should results indicate this is the case, further labs may be needed so that we can find the appropriate supplementation you will need and the best way to administer it. If you can't reach our office, we can ship hormone supplementation kits to your home through a partnership with our local pharmacy. This can be paid out of pocket or in some instances, paid partially or in full by the patient’s insurance company. Please contact us to set up an appointment or for questions regarding your insurance coverage.

Hormone Therapy: How It Works

To find out if you’re a good candidate for hormone therapy, your doctor will start with a blood test. This serves to assess your current hormone levels while simultaneously making sure that there are no other underlying issues. If your hormone levels come back as unbalanced, your doctor will formulate a personalized hormone therapy plan to address your specific needs. Modes of hormone treatment vary, from injections to patches and even gels. Your doctor will work to improve and maintain your testosterone levels so you’ll be feeling better soon.

What Does Testosterone Do?

Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone and an anabolic steroid. It plays a key role in the development of male reproductive tissues — like the testes and prostate — and promotes sexual characteristics such as increased muscle and bone mass, body hair, and libido. As men age, their testosterone levels tend to decrease and as many as 40% of older men experience low testosterone levels. This imbalance can have negative effects on general well-being, energy levels, mental health, focus, and much more. Avoiding treatment for low testosterone can worsen the symptoms over time. For these reasons, it’s important to monitor and maintain regular testosterone levels so that you can live your healthiest life and avoid unpleasant side-effects.

Do you only do Hormone Replacement?

We are a wellness clinic, meaning we do Hormone Replacement Therapy, Sexual Health, and Primary Care.

What if I can't Leave my home?

We do offer telemedicine visits, where you can speak on the phone with our medical staff and consult with our physician/nurse practitioner/PA about your symptoms and we can have your prescriptions sent right to your door via our local pharmacy.

 All Medical Care Should Include A Physical Exam By Your Primary Physician. If You Want Us To Do Your Physical Exam, We Can Arrange To Have It Done At Our Office

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