As women age, their levels of HGH—human growth hormone—begin to decline, causing possible aches and pains. ARILEX Center for Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain offers HGH therapy to residents in or around Atlanta, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, and Milton, GA, as well as women located around the country, to help regenerate bone and muscle mass.
What is HGH Therapy?
HGH (human growth hormone) is produced by the pituitary gland, located at the base of the brain. This growth hormone is responsible for fueling growth in children and adolescents. It also helps to maintain tissues and organs as well as body composition, body fluids, muscle and bone growth, and sugar and fat metabolism. However, with age, HGH productions begins to slow down. HGH therapy introduces the body to synthetic human growth hormone to help treat various age-related conditions.
What Can HGH Therapy Be Used to Treat?
HGH therapy is used for regeneration in the spine, hip, shoulder, and knee joints. By regenerating muscle and bone, it can alleviate selective pain.
What Are the Benefits of HGH Therapy?
HGH therapy can stave off signs of aging such as decreased muscle and bone mass. It can also help adults regain a little bit of their youth and vitality by strengthening and repairing the body. This can increase energy and reduce body fat.
How Much Does HGH Therapy Cost?
Costs will vary based on the specific treatment needed and the individual needs of the patient. All costs will be discussed prior to treatment during your personal consultation at ARILEX Center for Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain. For your convenience, we accept cash and credit cards as forms of payment.
HGH (human growth hormone) therapy can give you back your youth and vitality by helping to treat age-related bodily deterioration. To learn more about HGH therapy and the benefits it has to offer, contact board-certified anesthesiologist Gary G. Theofilis, DO, MBA, DABAM, DAAIM, at ARILEX Center for Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain. We serve patients in or around Atlanta, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, and Milton, GA, and women across the United States.