Testosterone Clinics in Colleyville — TCT opens Hurst Location

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One of the leading testosterone clinics in the DFW area, Testosterone Centers of Texas (TCT), is opening a new center to serve Hurst, Colleyville, North Richland Hills, and the rest of the Mid Cities in Texas.

“You asked for it, you got it!” says Medical Director Walter Young, MD

Testosterone Centers of Texas (TCT), one of the leading testosterone clinics in the DFW area, is opening a new center in the Mid-Cities area to serve Hurst, Colleyville, North Richland Hills, and the rest of the Mid Cities. Located on the south side of Hwy 26, one block west of Precinct Line Road in Hurst, the new testosterone center will open in May and will offer comprehensive testosterone therapy for men and women who suffer from low testosterone.

Like TCT’s other testosterone clinics, this clinic will also offer ancillary medical therapies and referral services, covering every aspect of care possible for people suffering from testosterone deficiency.

Testosterone Centers of Texas has been helping men and women in the DFW area with low testosterone get their hormone levels back under control for years through their two testosterone clinics in Lewisville and Frisco. In fact, all of TCT’s clinics are staffed by one of the founding partners of the practice. All 4 founders collectively have well over 30,000 patient encounters involving the comprehensive evaluation and treatment of testosterone deficiency. This speaks directly to the level of service TCT provides to every single patient. TCT not only provides quality healthcare but also insists on excellent customer service.

For the past several years, many of TCT’s customers have lamented the lack of any testosterone clinics central to the DFW area.

“You asked for it, you got it!” says Medical Director Walter Young, MD “At Testosterone Centers of Texas, our customers always come first—we value customer service as much as we do quality of care. When we realized that our customers needed a location more central to DFW than our existing Lewisville and Frisco locations, we started looking into the Mid Cities area.”

Testosterone Clinics for the Mid Cities Area

Joining their existing testosterone clinics, TCT’s new location is about as centralized as it can get in DFW. Located on the border between Colleyville, North Richland Hills, and Hurst, the new clinic will offer the same comprehensive treatment that Testosterone Centers of Texas has provided their clients for years.

While TCT primarily focuses on the treatment of low testosterone in men and women, TCT covers many different aspects of the healthcare process. With an on-site lab for blood tests, TCT is able to offer a full range of testosterone treatment to its patients.

Contracted with most major medical insurance companies, TCT is also able to offer testosterone therapy to patients who have to pay out of pocket an affordable cash rate that, dollar for dollar, offers far more than the competition.

As TCT co-founder William White, PA-C says, “There are literally millions of men who needlessly suffer from the symptoms of testosterone deficiency, and we have seen first hand the life-changing difference Testosterone Replacement Therapy can afford the appropriate individual. We’re very excited to bring another of our reliable testosterone clinics to the Mid Cities and Colleyville area. My goal is to treat every client with the same care and respect I would provide to a member of my family.”

Starting in May, this new location will finally give men and women who live in the Mid Cities region an affordable option for testosterone treatment as few testosterone clinics currently serve the area. Dr. Young summed it up succinctly:

“We emphasize providing individualized testosterone replacement therapy in a safe, efficient and affordable manner. We understand that without our patients, we have nothing. We look forward to providing excellent medical care with a strong emphasis on customer service to the residents of Hurst, Colleyville, North Richland Hills and the entire Mid Cities region.”

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