Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy
The Right Choice, Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy
By “bioidentical”, we mean that the biochemical structure of the hormone is perfectly matched to the hormone produced naturally by the endocrine system. Bioidentical hormones are plant-based, natural substances that our bodies can metabolize the way it is designed to, minimizing side effects. These compounded bioidentical hormones can be matched to the unique needs of each individual; something that is impossible with mass manufactured products. Countless men and women have now made the switch to natural bioidentical hormone therapy. Many research studies show significant health benefits for both genders.
Bioidentical Therapies are not equal. Other bioidentical delivery methods such as creams, pills, and injections do not provide the balanced hormones that factor into good health. The pellet method of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can deliver a constant stream of hormones into your bloodstream twenty-four hours a day, 7 days a week
BioTE Medical® Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy
Years of research went into developing the BioTE Medical method. In the end, it was uniquely formulated to work with your body’s chemistry to support individual hormonal balance and optimum health. BioTE Medical only uses biologically identical hormones that are placed under the skin. Through accurate testing, analysis, and individualized to your hormonal needs, the pellets will work for three to six months, and for some, even longer!
As a highly qualified physician having prescribed other bioidentical hormone replacement therapy treatments paired with his background and training, Dr. Mack Stewart is an expert in his field. He is committed to aiding his patient in living the best life possible free from the symptoms of menopause and andropause. Always a proponent of bioidentical hormone replacement therapies, his insight and experience with the use of the pellet method has brought this natural hormone replacement therapy to his patient in Texas.