Human Identical Hormones
Hormone Balance Evaluation and Management
Is STRESS Impacting Your Health?
Tired of Being Tired?
Do You Feel Like You Have a Hormone Imbalance?
Have you Recently Been Diagnosed With
Then you could have a Hormone Imbalance and may benefit from testing and treatment.
Dr. Rohde, the Medical Director of Renew Total Body Wellness Center, is a board-certified Family Physician with 19 years of experience treating male, female, and thyroid hormone disorders and deficiencies. He has a special interest in diagnosing and treating even the most subtle of hormone imbalances.
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YOUR INDIVIDUALIZED CONSULTATION
Your initial visit/consultation will involve a medical history and physical evaluation. This will take a half hour or longer and is individualized for each patient.
A thorough laboratory evaluation will be undertaken utilizing saliva and blood testing of your key hormones. We not only test the Reproductive Hormones (Estrogen, Progesterone, DHEA, and Testosterone), but we also test the Thyroid and Adrenal Systems that are so often thrown out of balance in response to STRESS. All of these systems function together and thereby an imbalance in one leads to an imbalance in another.
Finally, if intestinal symptoms are discovered we will ask you to collect stool specimens to evaluate possible underlying problems such as food allergies, fungal or parasitic infections, or leaky gut syndrome which can lead to autoimmune disease like thyroiditis, diabetes, Lupus, etc., chronic fatigue symptoms, weight that won't come off, and many other maladies.
A half hour follow-up visit/consultation will be scheduled and we will review the results of your initial testing together. If testing reveals an imbalance, adjustments to diet, sleep, and exercise will be discussed and recommendations for nutritional supplements are made as necessary. When indicated low-dose human-identical hormone cream may be prescribed to help restore your normal hormone balance.
Further follow-up visits will be scheduled. The first one, about one to two months after the testing review/treatment session, is to review any noted changes and evaluate for any problems. The treatment regimen may be adjusted as suggested by clinical response. A second follow-up visit will be scheduled 2-3 months after treatment was started to plan for a clinical symptom review and to schedule re-testing for "fine-tuning" of your hormonal balance.
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If you are ready to improve your health and feel your best again then call us at 217-864-2700 to schedule your initial consultation.
Further information click on these links to access Dr. Rohde's pdf reports listed below: