What are hormones? They are your body’s chemical messengers. Traveling through your blood, they deliver commands to your organs and tissues. When your hormones are balanced, your body functions optimally. Unfortunately, most of us experience hormone imbalances which can cause minor to severe unwanted symptoms.
Our Santa Rosa Tru Health doctors work closely with you to create a personalized treatment plan to meet your unique needs and goals. We use an integrative combination of holistic approaches and prescription medications to bring your hormones into balance.
From simple diet and lifestyle changes to complex hormone replacement programs (also known as Bioidentical Hormone programs), we help you balance your hormone levels for a longer, healthier and more fulfilling life.
Women Hormone Treatments
Hormone imbalances can be hard to handle. When you are transitioning through perimenopause and menopause, understanding and dealing with these changes often requires the support and help of a qualified doctor. Tru Health doctors recognize your body is unique. Your hormone solution should also be unique.
Hormone Imbalance Symptoms
Symptoms can include: hot flashes, low libido, vaginal dryness, urinary incontinence, weight gain, anxiety, nervousness, sleep disturbances, menstrual irregularities, PMS, depression, fatigue, memory loss, cognitive changes, premature signs of aging, and many more.
Every woman has the right to choose. Tru Health doctors encourage you to actively participate in your health care decisions.
Treatments start with natural and supportive dietary changes and lifestyle modifications. When necessary, they can become as aggressive as prescription medications and hormone replacement therapies.
Love Your Body and Your Life
Tru Health Medicine is an integrative medical clinic. We specialize in bioidentical hormone therapy. Our doctors do not prescribe hormones for the purpose of enhancing any patient’s sports performance, including but not limited to never prescribing growth hormones. An in office consultation and comprehensive medical evaluation, including laboratory testing, is required before any prescription or hormones are dispensed.