Steven F. Hotze, M.D. Reveals What Most Doctors Don’t Want Patients to Know Live on CBS “Talk Philly”

Dr. Hotze has a heart-to-heart about the naturally treatable symptoms of Hypothyroidism.

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Dr. Steven Hotze

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) October 11, 2013

Founder and CEO of Hotze Health & Wellness Center, Dr. Steven Hotze, made a special appearance on CBS Philly in Philadelphia, PA. Thursday, October 10, 2013 with host, Pat Ciarrocchi. The hormone expert and author of the new hard-hitting book, "Hypothyroidism, Health & Happiness," warns how hormonal imbalances in women may be more than simply menopause and a mid-life crisis. Common symptoms such as; insomnia, anxiety, exhaustion, brain fog, mood swings, joint aches and pains, stomach disorders, an enlarged tongue, cold hands, hair loss, chronic illness, and severe fatigue are often directly related to hypothyroidism. Dr. Hotze explains how the flaw of diagnosing hypothyroidism begins with conventional lab tests that are, “as tall as the Empire State Building and as wide as the Grand Canyon.” Most doctors wrongly measure thyroid levels by taking the last 1,000 patients, getting an average, creating 2 standard deviations and labeling anyone who falls within the range as normal. With traditional lab testing 95% of people fall within the ‘healthy range’ yet millions continue to suffer with symptoms. Dr. Hotze uniquely diagnoses hypothyroidism based on each individual’s symptoms and medical history. At Hotze Health & Wellness Center, patients are treated with natural desiccated thyroid. It contains the identical thyroid the human body makes, T3 and T4. Dr. Hotze revealed what most doctors do not want patients to know, instead of synthetic thyroid medications, taking clinical trials of porcine thyroid can put people on a life-long path of health and wellness. For more information on hypothyroidism visit http://www.hotzehwc.com or call 1-877-698-8698.

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Maryann Coleman
Maryann.Coleman(at)hotzehwc(dot)com
281.698.8675


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