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Testosterone Therapy

For men over 40, aging is a natural part of life that will inevitably lead to various medical conditions and declining health. Although aging can cause the body to break down, many men rarely attribute their age-related symptoms to possible hormone imbalances, such as low testosterone. But the truth is that low testosterone affects at least 4 to 5 million men in the United States and, according to studies, is primarily responsible for many symptoms and diseases associated with age.

Low testosterone can cause men to experience erectile dysfunction, mood changes, decreased sexual performance, change in body composition, and an overall lower quality of life. Whether a man has confirmed low Testosterone or is just looking to get ahead of the aging process, testosterone therapy can help.

Our male testosterone clinic offers testosterone replacement therapy, wellness services, testosterone therapy for male menopause, and sexual health enhancements for aging males.

Testosterone Treatment Process

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Initial Consultation

Testosterone replacement therapy is not one-size-fits-all. Every man is unique and every man deserves to receive individualized treatment tailored to their specific needs. Our Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner will build your personalized treatment plan based on your initial consultation and the discussion about your lifestyle, symptoms, and goals.

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Diagnostic Testing

Lab work will be required to help us determine your current state of health and existing imbalances. Follow-up labs may be required as you progress in your testosterone therapy.

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Creating Your Personalized Plan

Our Board-Certified Nurse Practitioner brings years of combined experience to the table in fields like family practice, anti-aging and age management. After your initial consultation, our experienced Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner is prepared to provide you with a treatment plan designed to suit your unique needs. Our support staff will guide you through the process, whether it be hormone replacement therapy, TRT therapy, or vitality health treatments/services for optimizing your health. We aim to make sure our patients feel confident in the effectiveness of the plans we’ve created and tailored specifically for you.

$215 per month

includes initial consultation, follow-up appointments,
medication and supplies, and ALL lab work

Symptoms of Low Testosterone

For years the medical community has rigorously studied the link between low testosterone and age-related medical conditions. After many clinical studies, researchers have found that men with low testosterone typically exhibit a range of similar symptoms.

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Weight Gain
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Problems With Erections
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Changes in Mood
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Decrease in Energy Levels
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Hair Loss
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Loss of Muscular Strength
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Weaker Bone Mass
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Decreased Sperm Production
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Reduction Testicle Size
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Increased Blood Cell Count

The 5 Most Common Signs of Low Testosterone in Men

So what exactly does low testosterone do to a man? Here are five of the most common changes that physicians check for when diagnosing Low T symptoms in men:

Weight Gain

Testosterone deficiency can cause decreased muscle growth, making it harder for the body to suppress weight gain. Lean muscle tends to burn more calories than fat, while reduced muscle mass will cause the body to store the energy from calories as fat. Enough stored fat can lead to rapid weight gain and eventually obesity, which can also cause testosterone to decline further.

Problems With Erections

Low testosterone can also cause sexual-related symptoms such as decreased sex drive and erectile dysfunction. In addition, hormonal imbalances like Low T are typically linked to chronic medical conditions such as high blood pressure and Type 2 diabetes, leading to poor circulatory health and reduced blood flow to the penis. Due to low libido and decreased blood circulation, men with Low T may find it more difficult to achieve and maintain erections during sexual activity.

Changes in Mood

Low T symptoms such as weight gain and erectile dysfunction can also affect your self-esteem and cause changes in your mood. In addition, men with low testosterone typically have increased cortisol, a steroid hormone responsible for controlling the body’s stress response. As a result, raised cortisol levels can lead to several mood changes, including irritability, depression, hostility, and anxiety.

A Decrease in Energy Levels

Testosterone is vital in regulating a man’s energy and physical performance. When your testosterone levels are low, it can cause a severe drop in energy levels, leading to fatigue and loss of motivation. Low testosterone can also cause insomnia, limiting your hours of restful sleep and adding to chronic fatigue, making it more difficult to stay active during the day.

Hair Loss

Although there are several other natural causes for male pattern baldness (i.e., aging and genetics), hormonal imbalances such as low testosterone have also been shown to affect hair loss. Testosterone is primarily responsible for regulating facial and body hair growth in men, so when testosterone levels decline, it can also cause the hair follicles to become weaker. As a result, men with low T levels may eventually experience hair thinning or male pattern baldness. In addition, other symptoms related to Low T, including weight gain and erectile dysfunction, can also induce stress and further accelerate hair loss.

If you’re a man over 30 and have begun to exhibit many of these symptoms, it’s highly possible that your testosterone levels have started declining.

Testosterone Therapy for Men FAQs

Leticia Watkins

Leticia Watkins

Receptionist

Leticia Watkins has grown up in the Wichita area since 2013, she graduated from Valley Center High in 2016. She has enjoyed the Wichita atmosphere ever since and continues to grow her education through Wichita State University. With 8 years of experience in customer service, she aims to deliver an outgoing and positive experience for everyone in the GLOW 365 community. Leticia aims to educate others about the various services and products provided by the GLOW 365 team. She loves to put her personal touch on the client experience and looks forward to growing with the company and clients.

Esthetician Clare Beydler

Flor Delgado

Registered Nurse

Flor was raised in Dodge City, KS, and moved to Wichita to attend Wichita State University for school. She graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from WSU in 2020. Her background is in Emergency Medicine and Cardiac Cath Lab.  She made the switch to GLOW 365 in May of 2023. She enjoys working with the team at Glow and the relationships she’s built with patients since joining the team.

At GLOW, Flor helps with Women's Health, the weight loss program, and all things wellness. Her favorite treatment is doing IVs!

Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and toy poodle. You will always see Flor with a smile on her face if she has an iced coffee in hand, especially if she’s in an airport!

Esthetician Clare Beydler

Clare Beydler

Esthetician

Clare has been in the health and beauty industry for 14 years and has extensive training in different types of skincare, advanced techniques of facial treatments, and massage. It is her goal to design a facial best suited for your skin type to accomplish long-term results.

Clare believes that regular massage contributes to the overall well-being of a person’s mind, body, and spirit. Her technique is a blend of Swedish and deep tissue, although, every massage is designed for each guest’s specific wants and needs. She wants to make sure you are not only relaxed but that you feel relief afterward.

Office Manager Becky Osborne

Becky Osborne

Office Manager

Becky was born and raised in Wichita, KS. Graduated from Bishop Carroll High School in 1996. She then went to Kansas Newman University where she earned her Associates Degree and Radiologic Technology Certificate in 1998. Becky worked at a Cardiologist office before changing her focus to business management. She had 10 years of management experience before joining the GLOW 365 team.

Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner Sara Sigg

Sara Sigg, FNP-C

Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner

Sara is a Board Certified Advanced Practice Nurse specializing in family practice and aesthetic medicine (APRN-FNP). She is board certified through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Graduating in 2018 from Simmons University in Boston, Massachusetts, Sara chose to pursue aesthetic medicine as her main area of focus.

Sara’s medical career began in 2004, and in those 19 years of medical experience she has worked in geriatric care, cardiac intensive care, neonatal intensive care and the operating room as a registered nurse. She loves the autonomy her APRN degree has provided her and continues to learn and grow in her aesthetic practice with the talented team at Glow365.

"I’m beyond thankful to practice aesthetic medicine, for the team I get to work with, and the patients I get to meet."

Get Optimal Results with PRF

Add PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin) to your microneedling or dermal filler treatment and dramatically magnify the rejuvenating effects of your procedure. PRF uses your own platelets, fibrin, and white blood cells to promote collagen production, tighten skin, and more.

What is PRF?

Platelet Rich Fibrin, or PRF, is a newer, more natural treatment option that combats the signs of aging and restores a youthful appearance. PRF contains platelets and white blood cells that produce powerful growth factors that dramatically magnify the rejuvenating effects of certain treatments including: Microneedling, Dermal Fillers, and Hair Restoration.

Prior to your treatment, a small sample of blood is collected to prepare your PRF serum. The blood sample is slowly spun in a centrifuge, isolating the white blood cells and platelets to create a nutrient rich concentrate. Your provider will incorporate the PRF concentrate into the treatment, using the nutrient-rich serum to enhance results.

Microneedling with PRF

Microneedling, also known as Collagen Induction Therapy, rejuvenates the skin by harnessing the body’s natural rejuvenation abilities in a process known as controlled wound healing. During a microneedling procedure, microscopic punctures, known as micro-wounds, are created along the skin. Though superficial, the micro-wounds stimulate a ‘wound healing cascade', causing the body to increase circulation, release growth factors, create more cells, and produce more collagen. The result is beautifully restored, naturally rejuvenated skin.

In addition to stimulating a wound healing cascade, microneedling provides an excellent delivery system for topical serums such as PRF, or Platelet Rich Fibrin. The small punctures created in the procedure act as micro-channels that facilitate the delivery of PRF into the deeper layers of the epidermis. This improves both the absorption and mechanism of action. Adding PRF increases the production of collagen, activates platelets and growth factors without the need for synthetic additives, and extends the activity of the blood cells from a couple hours to 14 days.

This treatment is great for acne scars, stretch marks, skin tightening, and overall skin rejuvenation.

Dermal Fillers with PRF

Adding PRF to a dermal filler treatment introduces growth factors to the area, helping to stimulate new collagen production and reverse the signs of aging.

The treatment starts by drawing your blood and spinning it in the centrifuge to separate the PRF from your red blood cells. Your provider will then add the PRF into a filler of your choice such as Juvederm or Restylane, or inject it by itself.

PRF is great as an under eye filler because it helps with the dark circles, wrinkles, and loose skin in the area. It can also be injected to other common areas to smooth and rejuvenate the skin.

Because the PRF uses your own blood for the injection, it is very safe with little to no side effects. The potential side effects include redness, swelling, or bruising.

If you’re looking for a more natural treatment and don’t want to rely too much on dermal fillers, PRF injections may be the right treatment for you.

PRF vs. PRP

The PRF facial is similar to a PRP facial (commonly known as a vampire facial). However, some notable differences distinguish PRF from PRP. These differences make PRF the golden standard in natural skin rejuvenation.
 
PRF Contains Fibrin. PRP Does Not.
Both PRF and PRP contain platelets and growth factors that stimulate the repair and renewal of your skin. However, PRF also contains Fibrin. PRP does not. Fibrin provides scaffolding that supports the blood cells, activates clotting and promotes the activity of the blood cells, extending the release of growth factors. This is why the growth factors in PRF remain active for 14 days, allowing the skin to fully utilize all the healing properties of the rejuvenating serum. In contrast, PRP is only active for a couple hours once applied. In addition, Fibrin’s supportive networks play an essential role in the rebuilding of collagen and elastin.⁵
 
PRF Preserves Vital Nutrients
When preparing for a PRP facial, the blood sample is spun very fast. Consequently, many beneficial nutrients are lost in the process. In contrast, a PRF facial spins the blood sample slowly to preserve these delicate nutrients.
 
PRP Contains Additives. PRF is 100% Natural.
PRP artificially activates the platelets using additives such as thrombin and calcium chloride. In contrast, PRF does not use additives. This allows the fibrin found within your blood sample to create matrixes and activate the growth factors naturally. Free of synthetic chemicals, PRF is a 100% natural, autologous blood concentrate.
Nurse Practitioner and Cosmetic Concierge Jill Crotty provides Botox, dermal fillers, and Kybella injectables in your home in Wichita, Kansas

Shana McIntosh, RN, BSN

Registered Nurse

Shana graduated from Wichita State University in December of 1998 with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing. She started her career in nursing in Wichita before marrying her husband, Scott. They spent the next 20 years moving around the US and Europe with the Air Force. Shana has a very well rounded nursing career, working in oral surgery, hospital based medical-surgical floors in Texas, Florida and Alabama, cardiology, and pre/post op surgical care for outpatient surgical centers.

Shana started with Glow in May of 2022. She has trained with Galderma and Allergan for dermal fillers, neurotoxin, Sculptra, and Kybella. She has also trained with Aesthetic Management Partners for laser hair reduction, IPL, and microneedling with radio frequency.

Outside of work, Shana enjoys spending time with her husband and three children, Starbucks, crossfit and yoga with friends, reading, and is always ready for a road trip!

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