Low T Center Is Excited To Open Their 2nd Indianapolis Area Location Today In Greenwood!
GREENWOOD, Ind., Sept. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Low T Center is proud to announce the opening of its second Indianapolis area center today in Greenwood. The center is located at 549 East County Line Road Building 4, Suite D Greenwood, In 46143. Dr. William Sobat, M.D. is the Medical Director of the center. The hours of operation are Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
Low T Center is set up so men can walk in, take a simple blood test, and know within 30 minutes if they are a candidate for Testosterone Replacement Therapy, or TRT. With Indianapolis having population exceeding 250,000 males over the age of 40, there are potentially thousands of men who have low t and may now have access to a Low T Center close to their home or work. With well over 29,000 visits seen monthly in nine states, experience shows that testosterone injections may lead to improved energy, strength, and libido, as well as decreases in body fat, irritability, and depression. Diabetes, metabolic syndrome, obesity, and high blood pressure have all been linked to testosterone deficiency. Low testosterone isn't known to cause these health problems, and replacing testosterone isn't the cure. Still, the associations between low testosterone and other medical conditions are interesting and worth a look.
Research indicates an established link between diabetes and low testosterone. Men with diabetes are more likely to have low testosterone. And men with low testosterone are more likely to later develop diabetes. Unsystematic lab test have shown that as many as half of men with diabetes have low testosterone. Scientists are not sure whether diabetes causes low testosterone, or the other way around. More research is necessary, but short-term studies show testosterone replacement may improve blood sugar levels and obesity in men with low testosterone. Research also links testosterone replacement to improvements in health issues including Alzheimer's and heart disease. However, low testosterone is not something that should be self-diagnosed or treated by mail or the internet. Complications and side effects can include high blood pressure, increased PSA levels, edema, and other serious issues. That is why at Low T Center each patient's care is carefully managed by physicians. A full list of potential complications and side effects can be found at www.lowtcenter.com/faq.
Low T Center- A National Solution
Founded in 2009, Low T Center has quickly evolved into a pioneering and innovative medical practice model. The physicians at Low T Centers exclusively diagnose and treat men with low testosterone. As demand for information about testosterone therapy grows, Low T Center has established itself as a leader in treatment and public awareness. According to Dr. Bill Reilly, M.D. Chief Medical Director of the Low T Center, "Low T Center seeks to improve the quality of mens' lives in a way that makes a real difference, by diagnosing and effectively treating low testosterone."
There are 35 Low T Centers nationally operating in nine states. Cities include: Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Kansas City, Colorado Springs, Denver, Las Vegas, Indianapolis, Nashville, Cincinnati, Columbus, Chicago, and Austin. For more information on the Low T Center, visit their website at www.LowTCenter.com
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Mike Sisk, Founder, Low T Center (817) 442-5698
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