Hormonal Health & Antiaging
Balance your hormones with Bio-identical Hormone Therapy.
Dr. Randall is a specialist in hormonal health and anti-aging, providing personalized care for patients looking to restore their vitality and youthful energy. With extensive training in endocrinology and anti-aging medicine, Dr. Randall combines the latest in medical research and cutting-edge technologies to create customized treatment plans for each patient.
Some of the services offered by Dr. Randall include hormone replacement therapy, nutritional counseling, stress management, and exercise programs designed to help preserve muscle mass, maintain healthy body composition, and prevent chronic diseases such as diabetes, osteoporosis, and cardiovascular disease.
Through careful analysis of each patient’s medical history, lab results, and lifestyle factors, Dr. Randall is able to create a comprehensive plan that addresses the underlying causes of hormonal imbalances and aging while promoting optimal health and well-being. Patients of all ages can benefit from Dr. Randall’s expertise and guidance, helping them feel energized, vibrant, and youthful, no matter what life stage they are in.
Analysis of hormonal levels, mitochondrial health, genetic testing
Menopause & Manpause
Menopause is when women stop having periods around age 50 because of changes in hormones, which can cause emotional and physical problems like hot flashes, mood swings, trouble sleeping, vaginal dryness, and lower sex drive. There are treatments available to improve symptoms, such as hormone therapy, and Dr. Randall will provide care specific to each woman’s needs.
“Manpause” is a term used to describe the male equivalent of menopause. It is not a medically recognized term, but refers to the decrease in testosterone levels that typically occurs in middle-aged men. This decline in testosterone can lead to physical and emotional changes such as decreased energy, reduced sex drive, depression, and memory difficulties.
PMS is a set of physical and emotional symptoms before a woman’s period. Symptoms include bloating, breast tenderness, cramps, fatigue, irritability, mood swings, anxiety, and depression. The cause is not fully understood, but is thought to be related to hormone shifts. Treatment includes lifestyle changes, over-the-counter pain relievers, prescription antidepressants, and more specialized treatment for severe cases.
The prostate is a gland in men that produces seminal fluid. Prostate diseases include BPH, prostatitis, and prostate cancer. They are diagnosed through physical exam, blood tests, and imaging. Treatment depends on the diagnosis and severity. Regular exams and discussing symptoms with a doctor is important.
Polycystic Ovarian Disease
PCOS is a hormonal disorder affecting women of reproductive age, leading to small cysts on the ovaries. The cause is unknown, but is typically linked to insulin resistance and abnormal androgen levels. Symptoms include irregular menstrual cycles, weight gain, excessive hair growth, and fertility problems. PCOS raises the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease. Treatment involves medication and lifestyle changes.