Personalized treatment plans integrating genetics, lifestyle, and biochemical assessments.
Triple Board Certified
Dr. Davis is triple board certified in Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology & Internal Medicine
Decades of Experience
Dr. Davis has decades of hands-on patient experience and has authored multiple studies on anti aging and overall health
50,000+ Patients Served
Dr. Davis and his team have already helped tens of thousands of patients achieve optimal health
A Revolutionary & Concierge Approach To Hormone Replacement Therapies
Adrenal Hormone Treatments
Thyroid Hormone Treatments
Sex Hormone Treatments
Hormonal imbalances can cause of a host of serious health problems, including inflammation, metabolic syndrome, adrenal fatigue, sexual dysfunction, obesity, diabetes, osteoporosis, heart disease, hypertension, dementia and more. While many things can cause an imbalance in our hormones, the good news is we can often fix these imbalances without medications. It is not a result of bad luck; it’s due to bad habits that many of us fall in to as we rush through our busy days. We know the schedules we keep don’t allow for much time to take care of ourselves. But, without a conscious decision to make some changes to what we eat and drink, how much movement and activity we get daily, and to ensure we have adequate time to rest and sleep, we will continue to be frustrated by our lack of energy and increasing struggle to keep up with the pace of our lives, while staying positive and productive.
- 5 The path to real healing starts when you decide you need to know “Why?” Why do you feel lousy or out of balance? What is causing the symptoms?
- 5When you figure out what creates the imbalances – and treat the underlying problem – you find a true solution.
- 5Most of us are living life completely out of balance. Unfortunately, after a time, we come to accept the symptoms of imbalance as “normal”.
Because various hormones allow communication from one organ or region of the body to another, they enable appropriate response to stress and keep the body in a homeostatic balance. For instance, a hormone in the brain (ACTH) triggers cortisol production in the adrenal gland in response to stress. The cortisol then feeds back to the brain to slow down the production when there is enough or the stress has subsided. It sounds simple when we focus on one hormone, however our bodies produce many hormones and each hormone interacts with the others, creating shifts that can be challenging to balance.
When talking about hormones, think of a symphony with many players, all working together to create a cohesive sound. When things are in tune, the result is beautiful harmony. But, if any one part is out of synch, the result is disjointed and the result sounds chaotic. Hormones work in a similar fashion, and can be influenced by physiological stress, disrupting the entire network.
Hormones may be categorized into three groups for better understanding
Listen to Dr. Christopher Davis, MD explain hormonal therapies.
Concierge Hormonal Imbalance Treatments
Frequently Asked Hormone Questions
What exactly is hormone imbalance?
What are some symptoms of hormone imbalance?
What factors contribute to hormone imbalance?
How do I determine if I have hormone imbalance issues?
How is hormonal imbalance treated?
Is bioidentical hormone replacement therapy safe?