Hormone producing organs of the body (e.g. pancreas, thyroid, ovaries, testes, adrenals) secrete hormones which regulate a multitude of function including metabolism and reproduction. The central nervous system, through the control of the hypothalamus and pituitary sends signals to these organs for secretion. There is a chain of function that begins with the hypothalamus and pituitary and ends with the cell itself where the hormone is intended to act.  Imbalances of hormone production, transport, sensitivity and then detoxification can result in symptoms of hormone dysregulation.  Each of these steps are evaluated for missing or mismatched links, and treatment plans are centered on balancing this system and chain of function. This requires addressing issues in a systematic manner, and typically not jumping straight to hormone therapy.  As a last result, hormone therapy may be employed, but it is not the first step in treatment.

  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
  • Obesity, Diabetes
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Adrenal Dysfunction
  • Female Hormone Dysregulation
  • Insulin Resistance