LOW TESTOSTERONE

Low Testosterone Program

Our Low-T program for men has become very successful, so I would like to give an update for those who missed our last announcement.
As many of you know, Testosterone is a hormone secreted by the adrenal glands and testes, that prolongs the quality of life by decreasing the diseases of aging. It contributes to lean muscle mass, strength, decreased fat, increased bone density, decreased cholesterol, better skin tone, improved healing capacity, increased libido, and increased sexual performance.
If you would like to get started, just give the office a call today @ 239-419-0775. Be sure to ask about our new special pricing.

Have a Healthy Day!

Dr. Morris

Author
Dr. Dareld Morris

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