Tired of being tired and just plain feeling bad? Tired of your Doctors telling you “nothing is wrong”? Consult Salt Lake City, Utah’s foremost hormone specialists.
At Genesys Medical Institute, you talk and we listen. We focus on symptoms by listening to your concerns to determine the most effective way to balance your hormone levels.
By evaluating a series of blood tests, we design and prescribe an individualized hormone replacement treatment. We currently treat men and women from 16 to 92 years of age.
REAL PEOPLE – REAL RESULTS *
Watch these inspiring videos, in which some of our patients share how their lives have been transformed by taking bioidentical hormones. These are just some of 100’s of patients who we have helped to regain their health and vitality through all-natural hormones.
*Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Individual results may vary.
The changes are unbelievable, in less than six months *
Genesys Medical Institute has given me the answers I have searched for, for over 20 years with hospitals, endocrinologists (four) and specialists. I am just under six months into treatment and the changes are unbelievable. It’s not expensive either.”
*Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Individual results may vary.See more patient testimonials »
Don’t settle for “just getting by”
At Genesys’ clinic in Salt Lake City, Utah, we don’t just mask the symptoms. We use all natural bioidentical hormone therapy techniques to treat the cause directly and effectively: the way nature intended.find out more »
Feel like yourself again
After Bioidentical Hormone Therapy, our clients are so thrilled to feel like themselves again. Their families thank us for helping bring back the person they remember.find out more »
Men – are you suffering from low testosterone? We can help.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / Fibromyalgia – Bioidentical hormone therapy can help.
100% natural – just like the hormones your body produces
At Utah’s Genesys Medical Institute, there are no artificial medicines, which mask the symptoms of hormone depletion. We use natural ingredients and we match, identically, the hormones that your body naturally produces to treat a range of conditions ranging from fibromyalgia and low thyroid issues through to struggles with weight loss.
Lots of hormone doctors today prescribe estrogen replacements that are manufactured with artificial ingredients in a laboratory and generally do more harm than good. They are known to have dozens of serious side effects. Most women, and men too, go through significant hormone changes as they age.YES! Sounds good. Tell me more
Disclaimer: Individual results may vary from patient to patient.
Your hormone questions, answered
Do you know what bioidentical hormones are? Do you know how to identify the signs of hormonal imbalance? Or what hormone replacement therapy is?
If you’re considering undergoing hormone treatments, then chances are you have a number of questions just like these at the forefront of your mind. Keep reading or visit our Learning Center to find the answers to these questions and many more:
What are Bioidentical Hormones?
Bioidentical hormones were first used to relieve the symptoms of menopause way back in the 1920’s. Some 90 years later, and these natural hormones remain the most effective method for treating the sings and symptoms of hormonal imbalance, perfectly matching the hormones your body produces but is currently lacking.
What is Hormone Replacement Therapy?
Did you know that your hormone levels fall naturally over time as you begin to age? Often accentuated by lifestyle, medication, and other toxins, these drops can dramatically affect your health and wellbeing, often leading to drops in libido, sudden weight gain, hot flashes and night sweats, as well as mood swings or depression.
Hormone replacement therapy, like the treatments we offer at Genesys Medical Institute, use natural bioidentical hormones to help your body recapture the hormone levels of your youth, and leave you feeling happy, healthy, and energized.
What age do I have to be to take hormones?
Patients of all ages regularly undergo hormone treatments, which is indicative of the fact that some patients present with symptoms of hormonal imbalance at an early age, while others may not require treatment until much later in life. This is often seen with women, who undergo treatment between the ages of 47 and 55.
Younger patients, many of which are still in their early 20’s or 30’s, are also starting to think proactively about their hormone levels. It’s at this stage that they’re having their hormone levels tested in order to capture a baseline on which future treatments can be based.
How long should I continue treatment?
It’s well known that hormone treatments benefit your health and well-being for the better, but the amount of time you should spend undergoing these treatments is still a topic that’s up for debate.
Hormones are often used to treat Menopause, so it’s not unusual for most women to remain on the treatment for months if not years, but beyond this point experts are divided over just when, and how, you should begin to wind down therapy.
How much does the treatment cost?
You already know that men and women undergo hormone treatments to restore imbalanced hormones and regain their happy, healthy lives, but do you know how much these treatments cost?
The exact figure differs from patient to patient, as each treatment is specially tailored to your exact requirements. The results of your initial consultation determines the treatment you’re prescribed, the medication, as well as any blood or lab work that is required, all of which is factored into the final cost.
Are there any side effects?
It’s easy to stumble misinformation surrounding hormone therapy and its reported side effects, which is why it’s crucial that you stay informed and base your choices in professional medical opinions and not Dr. Google!
It’s true that hormone therapy is associated with some common side effects, the number and severity of which vary depending on your health, the treatment you’re undergoing, as well as a number of other external factors.