Low T Center expands in Colorado with new location in Colorado Springs
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., April 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In keeping up with the growing demand for treatment of low testosterone in men, Low T Center is expanding in Colorado with the opening of a new location today in Colorado Springs. It is the third Low T Center in the state. Two Low T Centers have been operating in Denver since last year.
Today, in addition to the Colorado Springs opening, Low T Center is also opening a new Center in Las Vegas, its first Nevada location. There are now 25 Low T Centers nationally operating in eight states. Cities include: Colorado Springs, Denver, Las Vegas, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Oklahoma City, Kansas City, Denver, Indianapolis, Nashville, Cincinnati and Columbus. The Dallas-Fort Worth based company operates all of its Centers; they are not a franchise.
The new Low T Center is located at 5134 North Nevada Ave. in Colorado Springs, phone (719) 598-5698 (LOWT). James Day, M.D., a Board Certified Bariatric Physician widely recognized as an expert and foremost authority in weight loss, brings his extensive internal medicine knowledge to Low T Center as the Medical Director at the Colorado Springs center.
"We keep opening our Low T Centers in Colorado and other cities because more and more men are learning about low t and how effectively it can be treated," comments Low T Center President, Mike Sisk. "Public education on low testosterone is gaining traction every day and men with low t are now realizing what the common symptoms are and that you don't have to live with it. Our treatment is innovative, it works, and we make it fast and easy for men to get in and out."
Sisk adds that it only takes a few minutes for a man to have his testosterone level tested and his T number revealed by the professional medical staff at the Low T Center, and treatment is covered by most insurance.
Low T Center Continues National Expansion
Through the first quarter of 2013, the Low T Center is administering well over 15,000 testosterone injections each month and seven new locations have opened this year. They are averaging 1,000 new patients a month, and in 2012 they administered a total of 106,782 testosterone injections.
Founded in 2010, Low T Center has quickly evolved into a pioneering and innovative medical practice. Low T Center exclusively diagnoses and treats men with low testosterone levels and is growing the awareness and demand for testosterone therapy. As awareness and demand for information about testosterone therapy grows, Low T Center has established itself as a leader in treatment and public awareness. With well over 10,000 patients across the country, Low T Center is one of the most experienced medical centers that exclusively diagnose and treat men for low testosterone.
Know Your Testosterone Level-Number
Decades ago most men didn't know what a PSA (prostate) level was before relentless public education and awareness drilled into the mindset of men how important it was to know their PSA, and have it checked regularly. Legendary professional golfer Arnold Palmer, a prostate cancer survivor, was instrumental in carrying the torch as a spokesman to make sure American men knew their PSA number.
Low T Center believes that it is now time to do the same with educating men ages 40 to 60 about low testosterone, and they are taking the initiative. The battle cry of the Low T Center is simple: Every man should know his cholesterol level, prostate level and testosterone level. A normal testosterone level is between 350 & 1000. Currently, 13 million men in the U.S. over the age of 40 have low testosterone levels, and Low T Centers offer solutions for these men who typically experience symptoms that include: fatigue, decreased energy and strength, low motivation, weight gain and even diminished sex drive. Testosterone injections not only help boost a low libido, but can also boost energy, decrease body fat, irritability and depression. Research finds testosterone replacement can solve long-term health issues including Alzheimer's and heart disease.
See more on Low T Center at the website, www.LowTCenter.com
Media Interviews - Information:
Mike Sisk, President, Low T Center (817) 442-5698
Britt Todd, Publicity Agent (817) 798-8633
SOURCE Low T Center