BodyLogicMD Brings Balance to Paradise

January 8, 2011

BodyLogicMD of Oahu is Set to Launch in Early 2011

The Aloha State is a tropical paradise of sun and surf, and BodyLogicMD physician Dr. Jeffrey Maehara is making the state even more attractive to the health-conscious. Dr. Maehara is opening his brand new bioidentical hormones practice, BodyLogicMD of Oahu, to provide individual, personalized wellness programs to islanders seeking relief from menopause, andropause and other hormone imbalances.

Dr. Maehara is supported by a nation-wide network of other BodyLogicMD physicians dedicated to improving the health and quality of life of women and men as they age. Dr. Maehara and the rest of the BodyLogicMD hormone experts have extensive training in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT).

Bioidentical hormones represent the most natural form of hormone replacement therapy,” Maehara shares. “Because these hormones are identical to those actually produced within your body, they are less likely to produce adverse reactions and are very effective.  There is no point in confusing the body with synthetic derivatives that may not perform predictably within your body.”

Read the full article here: Integrative, Functional Medicine Comes to Hawaii

More about Dr. Maehara

After receiving his undergraduate and medical degrees at Tulane University, Dr. Maehara served an internship and completed his residency and a fellowship program at the university’s Department of Ophthalmology. He went on to complete a fellowship at the American Academy of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Maehara is the recipient of Tulane’s Award of Excellence Clinical Subject and Award of Excellence in Science, as well as the 2000 Baush & Lomb Travel Grant Award for Young Investigators in the Field of Contact Lens/Ocular Science Research.

2 Responses to BodyLogicMD Brings Balance to Paradise

  1. Carol Eltz says:

    We are looking for hormone therapy for my 33 year old daughter she has military insurance. It is very dificult to get any one to listen or understand! While undergoing invetro she was given hormones, during that period she was very pleasant, upbeat and positive! She can feel the mood changes before her period is always the worst! It is very frustrating to get HELP!

  2. Isabelle says:

    A proactive insight! Just what we need!

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