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I have no energy, I'm gaining weight. I lost my drive and ambition.
I'm feeling depressed. But My Doctor Said My Numbers Were Normal!
With all the advertisements on television lately, most guys, especially those who haven't been feeling as good as they once did, are wondering what their T levels are. The exposure on television, other ads and articles are getting men to realize that they might have changed over time, however slowly, to the point where they no longer function as well as they did when they were younger. Sometimes the changes are so slow that guys don't even realize the difference until they see an ad and think back about how they used to feel in days gone by.

The changes may be subtle, but they accumulate over time. Some gentlemen realize hey don't have the energy or stamina as they once did, or they are gaining weight. Many don't have the drive or ambition they once did, becoming apathetic about life or outright depressed. Loss of libido or performance is common. Some poor guys suffer from all of the above.

So now men are going to their doctors with the above complaints and having their testosterone levels checked. But many more times than not, the labs come back and the doctor says "your levels are normal, so it's not your hormones." So that's the end of the story, right? Hold on, not so fast.

To understand what is going on, you have to understand the difference between average, normal and optimal.

When lab companies create a test they take a bunch of samples from a wide range of people (in the case of testosterone, they sample men and women separately) and come up with a value in the numeric middle that's known as the average. Now without going into too much statistics, the lab also generates a range of values we call the "Normal" range. Ok, so what? you might be saying.

Well, depending on the lab, the "normal" range for testosterone is somewhere in the vicinity of 300-1200. That's a huge span, four-fold or 300% difference. So why the big deviation? When the lab generates the "normal range", they are testing guys of all different ages: young ones, middle age ones, old ones, and sometimes really old ones. So the age range might be 21-85, which is about the same 300% difference we saw in the lab values. I can assure you the guy with the level of 1100 is feeling and functioning a lot better than the gentleman with a level of 305. This is where the concept of optimal comes in.

Send us your labs. We want to get your levels to the upper 25% (quartile) of physiological normal. That would be approximately 750-1100 depending on the lab. We do this with physiological doses of testosterone, not pharmacological doses. And as you are more than just a number on a lab sheet, we also want your levels of function and well-being to increase as well. That optimal level that we shoot for is probably the "normal" level for a guy in his 30s. That's where we want you to be.
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Our primary focus involves public service professionals whose jobs are physically demanding and necessitate a higher level of focus. The safety of these professionals as well as others demands optimal performance and peak physical fitness. Whether you’re dealing with daily stress or you need to obtain a higher performance level, our goal is to provide outstanding care that is affordable and achievable to all.
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Dr. DeLuca practices Integrative Medicine, as defined by Dr. Andrew Weil: “Integrative Medicine is healing-oriented medicine that takes account of the whole person --body, mind and spirit-- including all aspects of lifestyle. It emphasizes the therapeutic relationship and makes use of all appropriate therapies, both conventional and alternative."
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