Low T Center Announces Grand Opening of Men's Testosterone Diagnosis and Treatment Center in Southlake

New Center Will Help Men Improve Their Overall Health & Wellness

Growing Older Doesn't Have To Feel Like It

Mar 17, 2010, 09:25 ET from Low T Center

SOUTHLAKE, Texas, March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Low T Center – www.lowtcenter.com – announces the grand opening of its new men's testosterone diagnosis and treatment center located at 601 Zena Rucker Road, Suite 101 – the corner of Byron Nelson Parkway and FM 1709 in Southlake, Texas. This is the first and only low testosterone therapy clinic for men in the Metroplex.

William Risk, M.D., the Physician-In Charge said, "At the Low T Center our mantra is 'Growing Older Doesn't Have To Feel Like It.' We want to help men recapture their youthfulness and vitality. Testosterone is what makes a man look, act, and feel like a man. Unfortunately, approximately 1 million men in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex who are over the age of 40 have low testosterone levels. If you are suffering from symptoms such as diminished sex drive, decreased energy, low motivation, or increased body fat, you may be one of them. The Low T Center can help.

"At Low T Center, we can administer a simple blood test to determine whether you have low testosterone levels. If your test shows low testosterone levels, you can get started on testosterone replacement therapy right away. Doing so will bring your testosterone back to normal levels almost immediately getting you started to feeling renewed, giving you back your youthful feel. We believe that every man deserves to feel virile, have abundant energy, and experience better moods," concluded Dr. Risk.

To schedule a simple, 10-minute test to determine if you qualify for testosterone replacement therapy call today and schedule an appointment – call 817-442-5698

For More Information, Contact:

Jim Drewitz, Public Relations

830-669-2466 jim@jdcreativeoptions.com

Or visit the Company's website at www.lowtcenter.com

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