The new, 2,500-square-foot facility in Chesterfield will be open to patients from all over St. Louis County and parts of St Charles County.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) December 30, 2014
The Low T Institute, a clinic which offers testosterone therapy for men, has grown at such a tremendous rate this year that it's opened two new locations: one earlier this fall in South County, and the newest in Chesterfield on Dec. 1.
The new, 2,500-square-foot facility in Chesterfield will be open to patients from all over St. Louis County and parts of St Charles County. This new facility will reduce patient wait times to five minutes or less. The practice employs board-certified physicians to provide safe and effective treatment. It also offers several different forms of testosterone treatments based on the patient's needs.
“If a manual came with every guy, that manual would have three keys to feel optimum performance: he needs to feel strong, he wants to feel desired, and he wants to be respected," said the clinic's founder Kevin Meuret. "Low testosterone affects a guy’s confidence in all these areas -- and that’s what we’re here for. We restore normal testosterone levels to rebuild these three areas from the inside out with our insurance-covered treatments.”
The Low T Institute, which opened in August 2014, owes much of its success to the fact that it's the only testosterone therapy program in St. Louis County that accepts all major forms of medical insurance. Before the Low T Institute opened, testosterone therapy was too expensive for many people who could benefit from it. The Low T institute is committed to making this vital treatment within reach of any man who needs it.
"Most men who seek the Low T Institute are guys who have noticed increased weight gain, they’re tired, fatigued, and their mental focus isn’t what it used to be," explained Meuret. "Issues with sleep and generally feeling older and slowed down are common side effects of low testosterone. We are able to restore testosterone balance in a short period of time. This hormone balance will improve the quality of life for our clients.”
Individuals who are considering testosterone therapy but want more information can visit the website, which features a 24-hour live chat that works on mobile devices and desktops.
“45 is the new 30 these days, and we are expected to think, act, function, look, and feel like we did 15 years ago. That’s just what is required of us guys," said Meuret. "Healthy testosterone levels are key to having the vitality needed to handle the demands of being a guy today.”
About the Low T Institute:
The Low T Institute is dedicated to treating the common symptoms of low testosterone in men and making this care within reach of any man who needs it. Their physicians offer multiple treatment options for this treatable condition, are providers with all major insurance carriers, and no referral is required. To learn more, visit http://lowtstl.com