TRT Atlanta: Introducing Elevate Wellness Clinic

TRT Atlanta

Introducing a new medical office for TRT Atlanta! There is a brand new Atlanta health clinic on the block that is bringing innovative new health therapies to the Atlanta Wellness market. Elevate Wellness Clinic was developed by Board Certified Emergency Medicine Physician Dr. David Powell and they are about to open their first medical office on Parklake Drive in Atlanta, GA. Originally envisioned as one stop shop for Atlanta men’s health, Elevate Wellness Clinic is focused on treating low testosterone (Low-T) and erectile dysfunction (ED) in Atlanta. Dr. Powell is applying his medical expertise to methods for treating Low-T including the latest techniques in advanced testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). Elevate Wellness Clinic will also offer Peptide Therapy, Weight Loss Consulting and IV Therapy in Atlanta.

TRT is also sometimes referred to as androgen replacement therapy and it is a highly researched option for treating low testosterone levels in men that are typically associated with aging or as a result of an underlying medical condition.

In recent years, TRT has become more popular in men that are interested in enhancing their sexual performance, achieving higher energy levels, losing weight, feeling younger and building muscle mass.

 

One Size Does Not Fit All in TRT.

If you have searched for “testosterone replacement therapy Atlanta” on the internet, you may have come across some conflicting information about the safety of TRT.  While there is significant research available that supports that TRT may help many men achieve their health goals, of course, there are some potential side effects to TRT that need to be considered – and this is why consulting with experienced TRT doctors in Atlanta is so critical to successful, safe and effective treatment. For men seeking TRT in Atlanta, it is imperative that you have a comprehensive health screening before starting a TRT program. Your screening should include bloodwork to establish a baseline of where your existing testosterone levels are and to make sure that there are no underlying issues that may cause complications in your TRT treatment protocol. Just remember — if you are considering TRT — no two men are alike. Your testosterone therapy plan may look very different from your friend’s. It all depends on what is right for you and your body.

 

What are the forms of Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT)?

Your testosterone treatment plan will depend on your individual medical needs as well as what your lifestyle demands. Some methods of TRT require daily administration, while others only need to be done on a monthly basis.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy methods may include:

There are pros and cons to each injection method and there is no true consensus among patients and practitioners about which is truly superior. Traditionally, patients have received intramuscular injections once a week, which is very effective since the most popular formulation of injectable testosterone has a half-life of 7 to 8 days. These injections can be done either at home or in the office. Recently however, the subcutaneous route has become popular. “SubQ” TRT allows for the use of smaller, thinner injection needles. The weekly dose is usually split into two smaller doses and given twice a week and it theorized that this regimen results in more consistent testosterone levels and fewer estrogenic side effects.

For patients who prefer non-injectable methods, topical creams provide an alternative, although this method requires daily application and is generally not as efficient as the injectable treatments.

 

Is TRT Safe for Everyone?

TRT is generally considered safe for most men when performed and administered under the guidance of a licensed physician. Because underlying medical conditions may also affect your TRT plan, Dr. Powell advises that you disclose as much information about your past health history to your physician as possible. For instance, in patients with diabetes, especially those taking insulin, testosterone may decrease your blood sugar. You will need to check your blood sugar frequently when first starting TRT, and your doctor may need to adjust your diabetes medications or testosterone delivery method or dosages.

 

What are the alternatives to Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

Understanding the symptoms and causes of Low T is just the first step in treating this condition. In most cases, men who exhibit symptoms of Low T and who have testosterone levels in the lower range will see significant benefits from treatment with exogenous testosterone, which is what we mean when we refer to TRT. However, there are other treatment regimens that can use the body’s own biochemical machinery to produce more of its own testosterone.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is a substance naturally produced in the body that acts directly on the testicles to stimulate the production of more testosterone. When hCG is given subcutaneously or through an oral dissolving tablet, it can boost production in this manner, resulting in significant increases in testosterone. Similarly, oral medications such as clomiphene act on the pituitary gland, causing it to release more FSH and LH, which in turn have the same effect of stimulating more testosterone release from the testicles.

Finally, treatment with certain peptides can stimulate the pituitary to increase production of growth hormone. Peptide therapy itself is a broad area that has many applications that you can learn more about here. But the specific peptides sermorelin, ipamorelin and CJC-1295, all of which are offered at Elevate Wellness Clinic, can boost testosterone levels by as much as 50% by stimulating small, controlled bursts of growth hormone from the pituitary. Subscribe to this blog for more information regarding Peptide Therapy Atlanta GA.

 

Do all men eventually need Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

In short, no. While all men will experience some level of lower testosterone as they age, the dip is different for everyone. Some men’s testosterone levels may decrease at a slower rate than others, or they may not experience the same symptoms as other men with the same levels. There are no known natural ways to actively avoid low testosterone that is caused by biological aging, genetic conditions or damage to the testes or pituitary gland; however, it is believed that a healthy lifestyle that includes good nutrition, exercise, weight management, and that avoids excessive use of alcohol and drugs may help keep testosterone at satisfactory levels as a man gets older.

 

Want to know more about TRT in Atlanta, GA?

You are in luck! Dr. Powell and his team are specialists in testosterone treatment in Atlanta, GA. Book a FREE testosterone therapy consultation today! We would love to help you on your journey to better health.