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Dr Castello and Erin Valentino PA-C both have extensive experience with testosterone replacement for men. They use a variety of techniques to offer safe and effective results to patients. The first step in treatment is to begin with a consultation to go over symptoms. From there, we order labs to check your hormone levels and work with you to develop a customized plan to safely maximize your benefit from testosterone therapy.
Testosterone Replacement
Low Testosterone Symptoms
Testosterone rises during puberty and remains high during the 20's and begins to decline in your 30's. A normal range is between 300-1200. Low testosterone is a relative term. You may be 1000 in your 20's, 700 in your 30's and 500 in your 40's. While still technically in the normal range, you may not feel as well as you did when you were younger, due to declining testosterone levels. Declining levels may make you experince the following signs and symptoms of low testosterone.
  • Decreased sex drive
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Fatigue
  • Loss of muscle mass and strength
  • Longer recovey times after work out
  • Decreased exercise endurance
  • Increase in body fat
Pellet Therapy
Our pellet therapy time releases testosterone over a 3 month time span. It involves a quick and simple in office procedure where we implant pellets into the fatty tissue of your buttock. There is no down time associated with the procedure and it is painless. Best of all, you don't have to hassle with remebering to take a medication everyday.
Injection Therapy
We offer in office testosterone injections. Simply come into the office every 10-14 days for your testosterone injection and you are good to go. The doses are completely customizable for each patient
Prescription Therapy
Traditional testosterone replacement can be acheived through prescription therapies. These medications require daily dosages at home. They come in the form of topical gels, creams, and nasal sprays.

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  • Poor sleep
  • Irritable
  • Depressed
  • Poor concentration
  • Loss of bone density
  • Hair loss

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Testosterone VA Study

Effects of Long-Term Testosterone Treatment on Patients with "Diabetes"