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 […]

What is sciatica pain? It seems that everyone who suffers from any kind of lower back pain leaves their doctor’s office with a diagnosis of sciatica. Unfortunately, most doctor’s offices do not put in the appropriate time nor complete musculoskeletal examination to evaluate any other causes of lower back pain. Therefore, it is easy for […]

Sleep is a required bodily function that allows the body to rest and recover from all the activities from the day(s) prior and prime the body for the next days activities. According to The National Sleep Foundation, there are different sleep requirements based on age. Newborns and infants are recommended to sleep 14 to 17 […]

What are Cortisone Injections? Before PRP was created, Cortisone injections were widely used to help treat moderate to severe levels of pain, muscle and joint inflammation. Cortisone injections are derived from a specific type of steroid called Corticosteroids that grew popular due to its potent anti-inflammatory properties and its instant pain relief. A cortisone injection […]

Patellar Tendonitis (Jumpers Knee)

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What is Jumper’s Knee and how can you tell? Patellar Tendonitis also known as “Jumpers knee”, is an inflammation or injury of the patellar tendon; the cord-like tissue that connects the Patella (kneecap) to the Tibia (shin bone). Jumpers knee is sports specific and refers to the functional stress overload when the joint is being […]

Why is sleep apnea dangerous to your health? Sleep Apnea is a dangerous condition that can affect your health and you may not even know that you have it. Sleep apnea occurs when your upper airway becomes blocked during sleep, which causes a reduction or complete stoppage of airflow. If untreated, sleep apnea can cause […]

Treatment Options for Carpal Tunnel

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Carpal tunnel is one of the most falsely diagnosis terms labeled on the patient. 85 percent of patients who think they have “carpal tunnel”– in reality– do not have carpal tunnel syndrome. It is common misconception that any “wrist pain” equals “carpal tunnel”. Out of 100 patients that were interviewed, 93 of them were under […]

As I finished my medical training and residency, I was fascinated to sub specialize in the field of obesity and weight management on a nonsurgical level. When I entered the world of bariatric medicine from a nonsurgical standpoint, I was more intrigued and fascinated about the numerous modalities in our body that affect or change […]

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