Balance Your Hormones in Quincy IL

The purpose of bioidentical hormones is to supplement when the body cannot produce adequate amounts of its own hormones. Restoring the body to optimal levels eases symptoms like hot flashes, low libido, fatigue, or mood changes. Bioidentical estrogens, progestins, and testosterone can provide welcome relief when hormones decline with age or other causes.

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What is a BioTE Certified Provider?

When it comes to your health, having a qualified provider you can trust is crucial. This trust is especially important for bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), a highly specialized field. Knowing that you are in capable hands by choosing a certified BioTE provider gives you peace of mind.

Through his expertise in chiropractic care and deep knowledge of physiology, Dr Justin Felsman facilitates true healing—not just symptom relief. He educates and empowers his patients to make lifestyle choices that enable wellness. Dr Felsman’s passion is unlocking your full health potential through integrative care.

Our on staff BioTE-certified provider, Jennifer Myers brings a whole-person philosophy to hormone health. Extensive training in BioTE protocol equips her to identify underlying imbalances and restore optimal levels through bioidentical pellet therapy. Not satisfied with a one-size-fits-all approach, Mrs. Myers tailors each plan based on the patient’s unique needs and goals.

 What Are Bioidentical Hormones?

Bioidentical hormones have a molecular structure identical to the hormones naturally produced in the human body. This means they will bind perfectly with existing hormone receptors and mimic how our innate hormones function.

Common bioidentical hormones include estradiol, progesterone, and testosterone. The hormones are scientifically formulated in a lab to match human hormones exactly. This technique differs from synthetic hormones with slightly altered structures.

While not without risks and side effects, bioidentical hormones more closely simulate normal physiology compared to synthetic versions. A trained hormone specialist can determine if bioidentical therapy is right for you.

How Does Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy Work?

If you are currently considering bioidentical hormone replacement, it helps to understand exactly how the process works. The BioTE method uses customized hormone pellets to restore optimal levels over time. Here’s an overview of pellet therapy:

During a brief in-office visit, your provider will numb the area around the upper buttocks where the pellets will be inserted by our certified provider. A small pocket is made using a trocar (insertion device), and the pellet implants – each smaller than a grain of rice—are placed under the skin. A bandage covers the insertion site to ensure proper placement during future treatment.

The pellets are made of bioidentical estradiol or testosterone in a compressed form. Once inserted, they absorb liquid from your body’s interstitial fluid and slowly release hormones. This process delivers a continuous, low dose of hormones into circulation as the pellets dissolve.

Most patients notice improvements within a few weeks as hormone levels normalize. But the full benefits typically take 4-6 months as the body adjusts and comes into balance. Follow-up pellet insertions are scheduled for every 3-6 months to maintain consistent hormone levels over the long term.

Why is it Important to Balance Your Hormones?

Hormones are chemical messengers that coordinate nearly every bodily process and function.

In Women, Low Or Fluctuating Estrogen, Progesterone, and Testosterone Can Lead to:

  • Hot flashes, night sweats
  • Vaginal dryness, discomfort
  • Loss of libido
  • Fatigue, insomnia
  • Weight gain
  • Anxiety, depression
  • Brain fog, memory issues

In Men, Declining Testosterone (Andropause) Can Cause:

  • Low sex drive, erection difficulties
  • Loss of strength and muscle mass
  • Mood changes – irritability, depression
  • Weight gain, fatty deposits
  • Reduced mental sharpness
  • Low energy, fatigue
  • Insomnia

Balancing hormones eases these disruptive symptoms. It protects long-term health. Hormone imbalances raise the risk of heart disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, and certain cancers. By identifying deficiencies early and restoring balance through bioidentical hormone therapy, your well-being and vitality are on their way to recovery.

Who is Not a Candidate for BioTE Hormone Therapy?

While bioidentical hormone pellet therapy can provide tremendous relief for many, it may not be appropriate for every patient. Our team will review your health history, the severity of your symptoms, try other treatments first, and order bloodwork to analyze your hormone status. 

These tests help determine whether hormone pellet therapy is safe and necessary for you.

People currently battling cancer or those who have survived cancer in the past five years should avoid hormone pellet therapy. The additional estrogen or testosterone might fuel the growth of malignancies. Also, those with liver disease or taking blood thinners may not be good candidates, as pellet insertion could increase bleeding risks.

Why Should You Choose a BioTE-Certified Provider?

It’s essential to work with a provider specifically trained and certified in the BioTE method. This ensures you get the full benefits of pellet treatment from a specialist with extensive knowledge. Here’s what sets BioTE-certified providers apart:

Access to BioTE Clinical Grade Nutraceuticals –

Besides pellets, a BioTE provider can recommend targeted supplements that support hormone balance and overall wellness. These high-quality nutraceuticals help overcome nutritional deficiencies, optimize metabolism, reduce inflammation, and balance key hormones. A certified provider understands how to use them alongside pellet therapy for best results.

They Know What They’re Doing–

BioTE providers complete in-depth training on all aspects of pellet implant therapy. This includes dosing protocols, insertion techniques, lab analysis, and patient follow-up. They are required to take ongoing education courses to stay current on the latest advancements. This trains them to deliver expert care and optimal outcomes.

Get Started Now!

Finding a BioTE specialist in your area is easy! Visit the BioTE website and enter your location. You can browse the profiles of credentialed providers, read reviews, and schedule consultations.

If you’re in Quincy IL, contact us here at Limitless Medical

As a BioTE-certified provider, we meet the highest standards in BHRT. Our knowledgeable team is trained on the BioTE protocol for pellet hormone therapy, dosing algorithms, lab analysis, and follow-up care. We take a holistic approach to identifying hormone imbalances and helping patients feel their best through precision hormone restoration.

Take control and contact a BioTE-certified provider today to discuss your treatment options. You deserve to feel your best at any age.