Men can start to lose their natural testosterone starting at the age of 25 causing symptoms such as low energy, fatigue, reduced muscle mass, impaired memory, and decreased sex drive.

At PRP Regeneration Specialists we use a personalized approach to improve testosterone levels naturally. Testosterone can be administered in gels, injections, sublingual tablets, and pellets. Our medical team will use bloodwork, age, weight, and current medications to determine which type of testosterone replacement will be the safest and most effective.

Men can find out if they have low testosterone with a simple blood test at PRP Regeneration Specialists. Usually a total testosterone level less than 500 with symptoms will qualify or treatment. Men that have been on testosterone replacement for a year report improved ability to lose weight and fat mass, better quality sleep, improved energy and stamina, increased sex drive and morning erections. Bio-identical testosterone can also create a calming effect and reduce mood swings.

Bio-identical testosterone (pellets) has been proven to be safe and does not increase the risk for heart attack, stroke, or advanced prostate cancer. Synthetic testosterone (injectable cypionate) can potentially increase the risk for heart attack and stroke by making platelets (the clotting mechanism of the blood) “stickier”. Treatment using bio-identical pellets is recommended every 5-6 months to keep men feeling their best.

Here is one of many positive testimonials from one of our male clients:

“It’s is amazing how much easier it is to do testosterone with the pellets I get from PRP Regeneration Specialist. I used to administer T shots to myself which were a bit cumbersome but coming in the office every 6 months for 30 minutes is so much easier. I would experience mood swings while I administer my own T, now I use Wendy to perform these insertable BioTe hormone pellets and I do not experience the volatility swings that come with the injections. I would highly recommend seeing Wendy and her team and getting your T back to when you were 21 again.”