Dr. Andrew Kong & Associates
Low Testosterone
Once a man reaches, the age of 30 the testosterone levels slowly begin to drop. Testosterone is responsible for building muscle and strong bone mass, regulating sperm production, and sex drive. Testosterone also influences male pattern fat distribution, bone density, and red blood cell production. Low Testosterone, or an underproduction or complete lack of production of testosterone, can be brought on or complicated by many factors. These include diseases such as Diabetes, Infections, Obesity, and Hormonal Deficiencies. Low Testosterone can be characterized by: Changes in sleep patterns Low sex drive, low libido Erectile Dysfunction Infertility Emotional Distress Decreased Strength Weight Gain Modern Medicine often prescribes daily patches, painful injections, or gels that have been known to spread to your family throughdaily contact. These can also lead to prostate growth, limited sperm production and shrinkage of the testicles as well as over production of red blood cells which has been linked to heart attacks. Our natural treatment has very little to no side effects, with the highest risk being an upset stomach. Our doctors will work with you to address all the complicating factors that have led to your low tesosterone. Our doctors can very accurately treat your needs by treating your body as a whole, and addressing all of your needs through acupuncture, chiropractic, dietary changes, and natural supplements.