One of the most effective treatments we offer in our practice is bioidentical hormone therapy, and there is practically no hormone that produces better or faster than testosterone.
I’ve seen bioidentical hormone replacement in women and men rejuvenate brain cells, muscle, bones, and sex lives dramatically.
A number of years ago there were two studies that were negative about testosterone that were later proved false. In fact, a major medical journal published one study only to be embarrassed later when they had to retract it. Studies over the last 70 years show only amazing positive results supporting the benefits of testosterone therapy.
In fact, one recent study decided to really test out testosterone be enrolling patients who had the highest risk of having a stroke or heart attack!
The study followed 750 men between 58- and 78-year-old – all with severe coronary disease. They even gave some of the patients very high doses of testosterone. The results showed no increased risk of stroke, heart attack, or death.
Even more studies show that raising low testosterone levels can reduce cardiovascular risk factors such as obesity, fat mass, waist circumference, blood pressure, and blood sugar.
Almost everyone would like to feel like they did in their 20s and 30s. Bioidentical hormones may be the answer to turning back time.
Author Gerald M. Parker, D.O. Dr. Parker has been practicing as a Doctor of Osteopathy for over 30 years in the Amarillo area. He specializes in treating allergies, atherosclerosis, hormones, pain, obesity, and strokes. Dr. Parker has had ample training in the field of stem cell therapy and completed module I and II workshops by the American Academy of Stem Cell Physicians. He is a member of various organizations, including the American Osteopathic Association, American Osteopathic College of Pain Management and Sclerotherapy, American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, and American College of Regenerative Medicine. He’s received recognition as a Physician of the Year by the National Republican Congressional Committee’s Physician’s Advisory Board and is on Marquis’ “Who’s Who in the World” and “Who’s Who in Medicine” list. Dr. Parker has shared his expertise on TV shows, such as “The Today Show,” and “That’s Incredible.”