John Kocka, M.D. is a low testosterone expert at Advanced Age Management. Dr. Kock and the Advanced Age Management team provide low testosterone Telemedicine testosterone replacement therapy for men in Medina, Cleveland, Akron, and the nearby Northeast Ohio areas.
What is Low Testosterone?
Low testosterone production, also called hypogonadism, impedes a man’s sex drive and energy levels, increases irritability, and increases body fat while reducing muscle mass. Over time, low testosterone can result in more serious health concerns such as heart disease and diabetes.
What is Low-T Treatment?
There are several means of providing a patient with testosterone. The exact method used will depend on the patient’s preference and the amount of testosterone they need to reach normal levels. Methods of testosterone implementation include skin patches, rub-in gels and lotions, and injections.
Injections are the most common form of testosterone replacement therapy and must be administered by a doctor. A major benefit of injections is that you need them less often, and it is easier to monitor the amount of testosterone entering the body. Our team can also help you with hormone treatments for:
- Natural growth hormone
How Much Does Testosterone Replacement Therapy Cost?
Costs for testosterone replacement therapy will depend on the patient and their personalized treatment plan. You can learn more by scheduling a free phone consultation.
How Do I Know If I Need Low-T Treatment?
Low testosterone can make you less energetic, depressed, and affect your sex drive. If left untreated, it can even impede your circulation and increase your risk of developing heart disease or diabetes. If you have any of the symptoms of low testosterone, you should schedule a low-T phone consult at Advanced Age Management to find out if you are a candidate for testosterone replacement therapy.
What is Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Men?
In testosterone replacement therapy, testosterone is administered using gels, patches, injections, or medication. Advanced Age Management uses injection therapy for men who are in need of more testosterone production.
What Are the Benefits of Testosterone Replacement Therapy?
Treatment affects everyone differently. In general, men and women who have low testosterone can expect improved mood, increased sex drive, and more energy. Testosterone can also increase bone density and muscle mass. As mentioned before, low testosterone can increase your risk of heart disease—but more testosterone can remove cholesterol and other unhealthy substances from the blood, improving your cardiovascular health. If you were diagnosed with low testosterone, you can expect to experience many of the benefits of this treatment.
You can contact Dr. John Kocka and his team at Advanced Age Management for a free low-T phone consult and learn more about testosterone replacement therapy in Medina, Akron, Wadsworth, Cleveland, and the surrounding Ohio areas.
Testosterone Replacement Therapy Frequently Asked Questions
How much does testosterone therapy cost?
Our initial Low T phone consults are free. Costs for testosterone replacement therapy will depend on the patient and their personalized treatment plan. You can learn more by scheduling a free phone consultation.
Can you stop testosterone therapy?
You can stop Testosterone Replacement Therapy but your testosterone levels will return to your previous low or sometimes lower.
How can I get my doctor to give me testosterone?
Any medical doctor can prescribe testosterone but its best to go to a clinic like Advanced Age Management that specializes in TRT and has helped countless men feel like themselves. Dr. Kocka makes sure to stay up to date on the most current and advanced TRT treatments.
Is testosterone replacement therapy safe?
Testosterone Replacement Therapy is very safe. TRT will be much safer for you if you have accurate phone consults for low T performed and are under the care of a knowledgeable licensed physician
How long do I have to take testosterone replacement therapy?
Indefinitely. TRT does not cure low testosterone, so your symptoms may return if you stop taking it.
Patients come to our office for TRT from the surrounding areas: