Rediscover your vitality with our Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). Our customized TRT programs are meticulously crafted to rejuvenate your overall well-being by addressing hormone imbalances effectively. Under the guidance of our experienced medical professionals, our TRT therapy is personalized to precisely meet your unique needs. This holistic approach aims to enhance your energy, mood, and overall health, empowering you to enjoy life to the fullest.
At Family 1st HealthCare Associates, we believe in transparent and all-inclusive care for your convenience. When you begin your treatment journey, your first visit, which includes comprehensive lab tests such as Vitamin D, Vitamin B, Folate, Total testosterone, free testosterone, TSH, T4, Free T3, Reverse T3, and DHEA, along with a consultation, is available for a one-time fee of $270. This initial assessment ensures a precise understanding of your needs. Going forward, our monthly fee of $170 covers not only your prescribed medications but also all necessary supplies, including needles. Additionally, you'll benefit from a monthly visit with Dr. Kelli Kelley DNP/FNP-C, to ensure your treatment remains optimized and your dosage is just right.
Included in your treatment package is a tailored testosterone dose, expert guidance on self-injection, or the option for us to administer the injections throughout the week for your convenience. You'll also have unlimited access to our dedicated TRT staff for any questions or support you may need.
For those looking to explore adjunctive medications to enhance their TRT experience, we offer options such as DHEA, Pregnenolone, Nandrolone, Oxandrolone, Tamoxifen, Tesofensine, Oxytocin, and Sildenafil for an additional cost.
Our goal is to make your TRT experience seamless, accessible, and tailored to your well-being. Your health and comfort are our top priorities.
The first step in TRT is a comprehensive assessment and diagnosis. This involves a thorough evaluation of an individual's medical history, symptoms, and physical examination. Blood tests are often conducted to measure testosterone levels, as well as other relevant markers such as hormone levels and complete blood count (CBC). This initial assessment helps healthcare providers determine whether TRT is appropriate and, if so, what the optimal treatment plan should be.
01 Assessment and Diagnosis
Once a diagnosis of low testosterone is confirmed, a personalized treatment plan is developed. This plan outlines the specific type of TRT to be used (e.g., testosterone injections, gels, patches, or pellets) and the dosage. The treatment plan takes into account the individual's age, overall health, lifestyle, and treatment goals. It may also include considerations for monitoring and follow-up to ensure the therapy is effective and safe.
02 Treatment Plan Development
The third step involves the actual administration of TRT and ongoing monitoring of progress. TRT is typically administered as prescribed by a healthcare provider. Throughout the course of treatment, regular follow-up appointments and blood tests are conducted to assess testosterone levels and monitor any potential side effects or complications. Adjustments to the treatment plan may be made as needed to optimize results and ensure the individual's well-being.