• The staff was very welcoming and friendly. The receptionist answered my questions politely and thoroughly. Dr. Malini Reddy was easy to talk to about my health concerns. She really cared, and covered all medications and steps I need to take to be on my way to a healthier me.

    – Danielle E.

What is lifestyle medicine?

Lifestyle medicine is a medical specialty that uses therapeutic lifestyle

interventions as a primary modality to treat chronic conditions including, but not limited to cardiovascular diseases, type 2 diabetes, and obesity. Lifestyle medicine certified clinicians are trained to apply evidence-based, whole-person, prescriptive lifestyle change to treat and, when used intensively, often reverse such conditions. Applying the six pillars of lifestyle medicine—a whole-food, plant-predominant eating pattern, physical activity, restorative sleep, stress management, avoidance of risky substances and positive social connections—also provides effective prevention for these conditions. Our physicians and board certified in lifestyle medicine and will do consultations to create a tailored program based on your needs and current conditions which also include prescriptions for various programs and natural medications.

Medical weight loss is a complex process and needs both lifestyle changes and motivation. It is not a program one size fits all . based on your goals and your medical history we tailor the program to get to your goal without untoward effects.

Our weight loss program is supervised by physician to lose weight to your healthy levels without affecting your internal organs, skin and muscles etc . We do use lifestyle consultation with prescription medications include Semaglutide and Tirzpatide , these drugs in name brand are approved by FDA for medical weight loss . whenever needed ( provided your insurance covers) we prescribe brand name meds and in cases if they are not available or not covered we use the compounded products.

Low T ( testosterone ) affects adult males 2-8 % and increases with age.

people with overweight and diabetes and chronic medical conditions are affected more.

Symptoms of low testosterone include

  • Reduced sex drive.
  • Erectile dysfunction.
  • Loss of armpit and pubic hair.
  • Shrinking testicles.
  • Hot flashes.
  • Low or zero sperm count (azoospermia), which causes male infertility.
  • Depressed mood.
  • Difficulties with concentration and memory.
  • Increased body fat.
  • Enlarged male breast tissue (gynecomastia).
  • Decrease in muscle strength and mass.
  • Decrease in endurance

How is low T treated?

Our physicians will thoroughly evaluate including physical examination and blood testing and determine the cause of problem and prescribe appropriate therapy Common low T therapy include:

  • Testosterone skin gels: You apply the gel every day to clean, dry skin as directed. It’s important that you don’t transfer the gel to another person through skin-to- skin contact. Testosterone skin gels are one of the most common forms of treatment in the U.S.
  • Intramuscular testosterone injections: You or a provider can administer the injections into a muscle every 1 to 2 weeks. Providers can administer long-acting testosterone by injection every 10 weeks. There are also subcutaneous injection options.
  • Testosterone patches: You apply these patches every day to your skin as directed. You usually have to rotate their location to avoid skin reactions.
  • Testosterone pellets: A specialist implants these pellets under your skin every three to six months. The pellets provide consistent and long-term testosterone dosages.
  • Buccal testosterone tablets: These are sticky pills that you apply to your gums twice a day. The testosterone absorbs quickly into your bloodstream through your gums.
  • Testosterone nasal gel: You apply a testosterone gel by applying it into each nostril three times a day.

Every person receiving the treatment needs close supervision by physician to monitor for side effects and tailor the dosage

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