Attend a free bioidentical hormone therapy seminar in your area! Learn how bioidentical hormones can help you control your hot flashes, get your libido back, get your energy back and manage your weight gain associated with andropause, menopause and other symptoms of hormonal imbalance. Our expert physicians host local seminars to answer
Attend a local seminar on Biodientical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) in your area!
Take a minute to get to know Kenneth Raskin, M.D. of BodyLogicMD's first Winconsin-based practice, BodyLogicMD of Milwaukee!
Meet Dr. Bob Ghelfi, owner and operator of what marks our fourth California-based practice, BodyLogicMD of Sacramento!
Recent studies found a link between hot flashes and increased risk of cardiovascular health.
60 Seconds with Dr. Lisa Gorn of BodyLogicMD of Dallas - BodyLogicMD's third Texas-based practice!
60 seconds with Dr. Swartout of BodyLogicMD of Nashville - BodyLogicMD's first Tennessee-based practice!
Our skilled physicians want you to know: -What’s really going on with women’s hormones in their 40s, and how women really can turn back the clock to look and feel amazing -The connection between diet and hormone health that your OB-GYN never told you about -How anti-depressants are rampantly overprescribed for many women in their 40s, and questions you should ask your doctor to make sure the right root causes are being addressed -How women in their 40s can – and should be – enjoying the greatest sexual and physical fitness of their lives. If you’re over the age of 40 and you look and feel much older – hormonal imbalance may be to blame. BodyLogicMD offers the most effective treatments designed to correct these imbalances and help women look and feel healthier.
As a consumer/patient (not as a physician), one of my first big realizations as I went through my own personal transformation was the tremendous differences there are in doctors. In the quality of care and education that they possess. That was the major mantra in forming BodyLogicMD – working with the most highly trained, AMA board certified physicians. This training requires our physicians to devote several hundreds of hours in additional training (all at their expense which is extensive) to understand and apply the most effective methods of treating the symptoms associated with menopause and andropause. To help their patients feel better. We have thousands of patients that would agree. As well, President Obama will address this very same topic on Monday.
Q: I’ve been holding my breath for the last few days waiting for a biopsy to determine whether or not I have a cancerous uterus. My annually scheduled pelvic ultrasound last week indicated that my uterus walls had thickened to 12 mm (they should be around 5 mm). My wonderful gynecologist told
If your depression began recently, chances are good that it has a hormonal basis. Many women (men have these problems too!) are placed on antidepressant medications for symptoms of depression that are really due to hormonal decline and imbalance. The antidepressants help some of the symptoms, but many will have residual depression that will require escalating doses or change to other medications until they either give up or accept how they feel as unalterable. You should see someone and have your hormones checked.
"When Oprah began her “national conversation on Bioidentical Hormones” – an atomic bomb went off," shared Patrick Savage, MBA, Economist, and President of BodyLogicMD. He continued to say "she changed our industry and it will never be the same. We continue to seek more highly trained and qualified physicians to join our national network in order to continue to provide the same level of care our patients have come to expect from us."
Andropause is the male equivalent to menopause and is characterized by the decline of hormone levels. With bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and a customized program including fitness and nutrition, men can find relief for the symptoms of hormonal imbalance, including erectile dysfunction, fatigue, depression, hair losss, muscle loss, night sweats, and urinary problems.
Dr. Constance Crisp of BodyLogicMD of Little Rock and Dr. Michelle Schultz of BodyLogicMD of Naperville discuss the connection between depression and hormones.