Chattanooga TN Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy Service Announced

Dr Scott Mitchell has announced he can help local Chattanooga patients with high quality bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. It can help to combat arthritis, heart disease, and a range of other factors.

Ringgold, United States - February 11, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Dr Scott Mitchell, of Millennium Medical, has announced he can help local patients around Chattanooga, TN to live life to the fullest with expert bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. Dr Scott Mitchell and his team have helped patients correct hormone imbalances and improve energy levels and overall health for years.

More information can be found at: http://bhrt.scottcmitchellmd.com

The site explains that bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) is a natural, human identical approach to optimizing patients’ hormone levels. It is completely natural and there are no synthetic ingredients in any of the medications used.

This is because the molecule of the natural hormone is identical to the structure of the hormone naturally found in the human body. Because of this, the patients’ body can absorb and utilize the hormones more efficiently, leading to a seamless process.

The pure hormones used in the treatment are found either by extraction from pants or they are synthetically manufactured.

A range of different hormone treatments are available for patients in Chattanooga TN. These include thyroid hormone, which is a metabolic hormone secreted by the thyroid gland. This hormone affects every cell in the body, and helps those suffering from low thyroid function to alleviate many of the symptoms of thyroid insufficiency.

Patients can also get estrogen hormone services that can improve the day to day life for women. Research shows that the treatment can cut the risk of heart disease and stroke by 50%.

Testosterone hormone therapy is available for men and women and has a range of benefits, including preventing osteoporosis, arthritis, and degenerative joint change.

Those who don’t know whether hormone replacement is the right course of action for them can take the quiz provided on the Millennium Medical site. It will help them to see whether the symptoms they’re experiencing is a result of aging or is down to their hormones.

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Scott Mitchell
Organization: Millennium Medical
Address: 7734 Nashville St., Ringgold, GA 30736, United States
Phone: +1-706-937-2099
Website: http://bhrt.scottcmitchellmd.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 481431

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