Don’t suffer from something that is so easy to fix.
When it comes to your health, communication is key. We like to ensure that our clients always understand our process and what steps we are taking to get you back to being you. A health plan with Victory Men's Health Clinic will consist of a couple of key steps.
Testosterone injections are given intramuscular. The frequency of when they are injected is customized to the individual patient. Most commonly injections are given every 7-14 days. Follow-up labs will be drawn 90 days after your initial injection.
Testosterone gel is applied daily to an area of the skin directed by the physician. Follow-up labs will be drawn 90 days after your initial application.
Testosterone pellets are bio-identical that are inserted under the skin in the buttock area with a simple and quick in-office procedure. The pellets release testosterone for 4-6 months. Follow-up labs will be redrawn at 4 weeks and at 4 months after pellet insertion.
Oral testosterone is not a treatment option as some evidence has shown that oral testosterone may cause damage to the liver.
During your initial visit, you will fill out a medical history questionnaire, discuss your health history with our medical staff and will have a full wellness panel blood draw. Your blood will be drawn in the office by our medical staff dedicated to helping you get your quality of life back. Insurance is accepted for bloodwork.
We will have your blood results in 48 hours and at that time your results will be reviewed by our Urologist. From there you will meet with our Urologist or Nurse Practitioner to discuss your lab results. If your test indicates your testosterone levels are below clinically acceptable, the medical profesionals at Victory will discuss your individual treatment options. You are welcome to take all the time you need discussing in detail all of your options with our healthcare provider.
Not all patients will need treatment and the treatment will vary depending on each individual's case. If you have low testosterone some possible testosterone treatment options could be: injections, pellets, gel. Oral testosterone is not a treatment option as some evidence has shown that oral testosterone may cause damage to the liver.
Your first visit is $99, this fee includes a confidential consultation with one of our providers, PSA testing, testosterone assessment, and a customized "test dose" of our proven medication if needed. HSA (Health Savings Account), FSA (Flexible Spending Account), and Care Credit cards are accepted!