As we age, some experience weight gain, loss of muscle tone, fatigue, poor sleep, reduced libido, moodiness, mental fog, more aches and pains, and lower motivation.
Younger men and women may experience the same symptoms as well.
“Patients experience significant reduction in quality of life, vitality, and sense of well being when hormone levels are not optimal,” Dr. Birken continued. “By elevating hormones with bioidentical hormones, either as compounded capsules, creams, injections, or pellets, patients regain energy, sleep better, lose weight, heightened libido and sexual performance, improved mental clarity, increase in strength and physical endurance, and are happier overall. While the changes can be dramatic, its important to individualized hormone dosages since each patient has their own physiology and metabolism.”
Dr. Birken has served as a Clinical Assistant Professor at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas and has medical practices in The Woodlands, Texas and Steamboat Springs, Colorado. He has done post graduate training at theCenegenics Medical Institute, National Society of Cosmetic Physicains, and the American Academy for the Advancement of Medicine. Dr. Birken is certified in Advanced Bio-Identical Hormones through Worldlink Health. He is the medical director for Birken Medial Aesthetics of The Woodlands.
“I used to see middle-aged to older patients with lower hormone levels with these complaints,” Dr. Randy Birken, a board certified physician, said. “But now we see younger individuals as well, especially women on hormonal contraceptives and men who are have poor nutrition.”
Dr. Birken offers the BioTe® method of hormone pellet therapy for consistent and balanced hormone delivery over several months.
To watch a video given by Dr. Neal Rouzier at Worldlink Medical, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=No7ZgtK2Ibw
To find out more about the BioTe® method of hormone pellet therapy go to www.biotemedical.com
To discuss bioidentical hormones and Dr. Birken’s age management medicine program, call 281-419-3231 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org