Author Archives: Delight Medical

Diet shakes, also known as meal replacement shakes are used to help further assist a weight loss program. Before starting any weight loss program, you should see your primary care provider to assure the safety of your health, or a physician that specializes in bariatrics and weight management so that they can evaluate your health/weight […]

Many people suffer from joint knee pain and have been told that they need to have surgery to relieve the pain, do physical therapy or to simply deal with the pain if they are opposed to doing surgery, which causes individuals to live off pain medications and a lot of over the counter medications. Many […]

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections is a relatively new alternative treatment method to help heal and prevent or prolong the need of surgeries for injuries and can help with acute and chronic pain. Platelet Rich Plasma Injections are now being used worldwide to help with shoulder injuries, knee injuries, and in some cases in hair restoration. […]

The Achilles Tendon is an important structure in your foot that connects the calf muscles (Gastrocnemius and Soleus) and the heel of your foot together. It is the strongest and largest tendon in the body and its primary role is to help with the action of plantar flexion (pointing your toes). The Achilles tendon is […]

Do you have trouble falling asleep at night? Are you feeling like your sleep quality isn’t as good as it should be? If the answer is yes, then maybe the problem might not particularly be your sleep, but what you are doing right before you go to sleep. Do you watch television before you go […]

Testosterone is a hormone that is produced in the man’s testicles that is primarily associated with sperm production as well as sex drive that gradually increases with puberty. Testosterone plays a vital role in a man’s life other than sex drive and sperm production though. Testosterone is also linked to how a man stores fat, […]

Diabetes is the most common disorder of the endocrine system that can be broken up into two different types; Type 1 and Type 2. Type 1 Diabetes occurs when the body is unable to create insulin and Type 2 Diabetes occurs when the body does not properly respond to the effects of Insulin. Insulin is […]

Short answer: ABSOLUTELY! If it is managed by a physician who is well-trained and experienced with hormone optimization methods and monitoring. Longer answer: Testosterone is a hormone that exists and is produced within both the female and a male body. It is more linked to a male body because it is the dominant hormone that […]