HRC Medical Center Restores Patient Health And Vitality Offering Bioidentical Hormone Replacement
Pioneers in the industry of health and beauty rejuvenation, HRC Medical Center of Nashville, under the helm of brothers Don Hale & Dr. Dan Hale, have treated thousands of patients to restore their health and vitality through hormone pellet implants.
International talk show host, Oprah, has provided the platform for Suzanne Somers to share the miraculous effects of what she considers a natural cure for aging. Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy has been changing the lives of thousands and its happening at HRC Medical Center in Nashville.
Pioneers in the industry of health and beauty rejuvenation, HRC Medical Centers, under the helm of brothers Don Hale & Dr. Dan Hale, have treated thousands of patients to restore their health and vitality through bioidentical hormone replacement.
Research of patients coming to HRC shows that hormone replacement is not only for females going through menopause. "We have had a very large range of age of people needing hormone replacement--
HRC Medical Center utilizes the pellet implant treatment. Symptoms are discussed, blood work is taken, and then dosage is custom formulated per person. Within a week the patient comes back to receive the treatment. Pellets are inserted under the skin in the butt cheek area, relatively painlessly with minimal soreness.
Pellet implantation is the most effective and the most bioidentical method to deliver hormones in both men and women. They deliver consistent, small doses of hormones for 3-5 months in both women and men. Dr. Dan Hale of HRC Medical Center administers the pellet hormone treatments in two Tennessee centers. "Pellets have been shown to be superior for relief of menopausal symptoms," shares Dr. Hale. "Maintenance of bone density, restoration of sleep patterns and improvement in sex drive, libido, and sexual response and performance have been restored to men and women alike with this treatment."
With pellet implants there is an avoidance of fluctuations of hormone levels seen with every other method of delivery. Estrogen, delivered by subcutaneous pellets, maintains the normal ratio of estradiol to estrone, important for optimal health and disease prevention. Pellets do not present an increased risk of blood clots like conventional or synthetic hormone replacement.
Dr. Northrup, author of The Wisdom of Menopause, shares on the subject of bioidentical versus synthetic hormones. "'Bioidentical' means it matches exactly the molecular structure of the hormone your own body produces," she said. "[Synthetic hormones are] made from horse urine and are natural for a horse, but synthetic for a human body. with completely different effects."
Robin McGraw, Dr. Phil's wife, says she went from feeling tired and lifeless to feeling vibrant. Actress Suzanne Somers, preaching about the wonders of bioidentical hormones for more than a decade, recently said menopause hit on her 50th birthday and almost ruined her life. "It began a three-year odyssey of not sleeping, moodiness, weight gain, changes in my hair, changes in my skin, body itches [and] rashes. By replacing my hormones with bioidentical hormones, I got my life back, my health, my figure--I got my happiness back," she says. "Everything in my life is better."
"We want to tell this story to the masses and we certainly have stores of many happy and healthy clients to share," reflects Don Hale of HRC Medical Center. "To find something that can make anyone feel like they are in the prime of their life, it would simply be wrong to keep it a secret!"
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Founded in 2005 by Dr. Dan Hale and Don Hale, HRC Medical Center provides the latest in anti-aging techniques. Specializing in Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy, Hair Restoration, Lipodissolve, lipo-pulse Lipodissolve and vaser, HRC is the most advanced and largest center of its kind in the Southeast. Centers are located in Nashville, Knoxville and Memphis, TN and additional centers in Grand Rapids, MI and Fairfield, OH. Visit www.hrcmedical.com.
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