"Today, we're recommended by healthcare professionals in every state," said Michael Lee of Progene.
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) August 29, 2014
Today, Progene reaches another milestone as the only testosterone supplement brand in the country with not only a healthcare network, but also with enrolled providers nationwide who recommend Progene®.
“We started the network a few weeks ago. Today, we’re now recommended by healthcare professionals in every state,” said Michael Lee of Progene.
The network adds an unprecedented level of service to Progene. “We get to take care of our customers before and after they make a purchase -- with the best possible healthcare advice available,” explains Michael Lee.
Doctors in urology, internal medicine, geriatrics, family practice, and chiropractic medicine make up the demographics of the national network.
Progene® is not synthetic testosterone; instead, Progene® is a natural supplement that works with the body to naturally support testosterone production. Progene® has been a practitioner’s tool for subclinical testosterone patients for well over a decade.
Progene customers are signing up free of charge, too. Enrolling to get answers to questions concerning lab results and treatment options, customers have the opportunity to be quickly referred to a network physician close to home.
Such a system gives providers the extra benefit of a built-in patient base. “The network brings doctors and patients together,” explains Michael Lee. “We make the process fast and easy -- all at no cost. Joining takes 30 seconds.”
Time magazine’s recent cover story, “Manopause?!” reveals the importance of such a network.
Author David Von Drehle discusses doctors who unnecessarily “prescribe testosterone off-label for [non-qualified/sub-clinical] men with borderline low or even low-normal T levels.” Recommending Progene® as a natural alternative rids providers of the liability accompanying the writing of non-qualified prescriptions.
Furthermore, listed within the article are the dangerous side-effects of synthetic testosterone that recently triggered law suits and FDA re-review.
Once again, network providers who recommend Progene® as a natural alternative can spare patients the grave side effects of “topical gels, injections, nasal sprays and patches” while decreasing their own risk of litigation.
Threat of patient departure has been a key motivator to write off-label prescriptions, writes Von Drehle. There again is another Progene advantage. A natural alternative for subclinical patients, Progene® provides physicians with another interim treatment option before having to resort to prescriptions.
Finally, Progene® is the only brand in the country with a testosterone test kit.
Network providers quickly began purchasing test kits as the lower cost, more convenient and less invasive method for tracking patients’ results -- before and after taking Progene®.
Visit http://www.ProgeneHealthcare.com and see the value participating in a national network for providers and customers alike.
Founded in 2003, Progene® continues to lead the low-testosterone market by addressing the natural decline of testosterone levels in men as they age. Progene®’s unique formula contains more than 15 rare herbal extracts and clinically proven testosterone precursors that help provide men the ingredients needed to naturally produce more testosterone.
Progene® continues to evolve and innovate. Not only is Progene the only supplement brand in the country with an At-Home Testosterone Test Kit, but also the only brand with a national network of healthcare professionals.
Progene® is currently sold nationwide at Costco, GNC Stores, Meijer, Stop & Shop, Bi-Lo Winn-Dixie, Vitamin Shoppe, Rite Aid, USADrug, Drugstore.com, Sears Marketplace, Harris Teeter Groceries, Brookshire’s Food & Drug, Vitacost.com, LuckyVitamin.com, and more than 150 other local and regional retailers.
For more information about Progene products, call 888-PROGENE, visit Progene.com, or go to facebook.com/800PROGENE.
PR Contact: Judith Hokanson at 513-477-7973