Hormone Balancing Services - Mullica Hill Medical & Wellness


Hormone imbalance related to thyroid, adrenal glands, estrogen, testosterone, etc., can be responsible for many issues. These include fatigue, moodiness, muscle loss, weakened bones, weight gain, low libido, menstrual issues, insomnia, digestive problems, and more.

The imbalance can be due to natural reasons like aging, as the body gets exposed to environmental and dietary toxins. Another prevalent cause is STRESS, which is quite common in today's demanding world due to gadgets, pollution, sleep deprivation, lack of exercise, poor nutrition, and even side-effects of some medications.

Our approach begins with comprehensive lab testing and an in-depth behavioral questionnaire. Based on the results, combined with our expertise, we create a personalized treatment plan to restore energy and vitality. You can expect to feel more rested and energetic, sleep better, and be able to focus more.



Aging gradually brings various changes in the body, including hormonal decline due to long exposure to dietary and environmental toxins. Anti-aging involves early detection and treatment of age-related diseases. There is a wide range of therapies and strategies that can help you safely deal with any of your aging symptoms.

We look at various hormonal balancing and weight management approaches based on a comprehensive assessment and specific patient complaints. We then define a course of treatment to maintain vitality and increase your quality of life.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Men


Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) is a widely used treatment option for men with symptomatic hypogonadism, low levels of testosterone, or delayed puberty. Major symptoms include reduced muscle mass and strength, erectile dysfunction, decreased libido, low bone mass or osteoporosis, unintentional weight gain, and chronic fatigue.

After selective tests and careful assessment, we can help provide TRT to you. We offer various options to administer, including injections, patches, gels, pellets, and creams.

Testosterone Pellet Therapy for Women


Testosterone Pellet Therapy is a hormone replacement therapy for women. It is shown to be effective against menstrual symptoms, migraines, low libido, low energy, and general anxiety.

The testosterone pellets are the size of a grain and are implanted by our doctors under the skin. These pellets consist of crystallized testosterone, which delivers this hormone in a steady low dose for up to six months at a time.

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT)


Bioidentical Hormone Therapy (BHRT) uses hormones that are identical, on a molecular level, to the ones produced by the body naturally. They are easier for the body to accept and absorb. They can help reduce hormone imbalance in an efficient way which can lead to the management of a variety of disorders.

We do a detailed test to ascertain current hormonal levels and identify imbalances. BHRT is then used to utilize the right combination of hormones to reach a targeted hormone level in the body. It has been effective in relieving menopausal symptoms, as well as in reducing the risk of osteoporosis. Many metabolic and cardiac diseases could be prevented or managed through BHRT.

Thyroid Balancing


The thyroid gland regulates hormones that help in various functions including heart rate, body temperature, and energy release to cells. An imbalance in hormone production might lead to hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism based on the type of imbalance.

Thyroid balancing is a treatment process to correct the imbalance and restore proper functioning of the gland. We start with lab tests for autoimmune markers, omega-3/omega-6 ratios, micro-nutrient tests, inflammation, and cholesterol number. The treatment plan generally includes diet management with additional supplements including Omega 3, Magnesium, Selenium, Vitamin K2, and Vitamin D3.

Chronic Fatigue


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a complicated disorder characterized by extremely high levels of fatigue. This syndrome may last for months and generally worsens with mental or physical activity. Just taking rest might not be completely effective against CFS.

While there is no single test or factor behind CFS, we approach the treatment by trying to reduce the extreme Chronic Fatigue Syndrome symptoms. This includes low-dose medications, sleep and behavior counseling, and low-intensity exercise regimens.

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