Bioidentical hormones are hormones created from both synthetic and natural sources with the same chemical structure as the hormones produced by the body. This identical structure is what makes bioidentical hormone replacement therapy an attractive treatment for menopause and certain degenerative disorders associated with aging.
Wilton, Connecticut has a substantial New England history, dating back to 1640. Residents do not have local access to this treatment, but Dr. Jacobson, a highly skilled specialist in Greenwich, Connecticut, is only 20 miles down the Long Island Sound coast.
Individuals in Wilton interested in hormone replacement therapy should contact Dr. Jacobson, as he is able to help people understand how it can improve their health concerns.
Bioidentical hormones are being used to treat a variety of age-related diseases, but the most common is menopause in women. Traditional treatments for menopause with hormones often lead to adverse side effects. The bioidentical approach provides the positive gains without incurring the negative losses.
This means that the night sweats, hot flashes, loss of sex drive, sleep abnormalities, and other symptoms associated with menopause can be resolved. Dr. Jacobson considers each patient’s circumstances to develop the proper treatment for each individual. To discuss whether hormone replacement therapy in Wilton is right for you, call today.
From New York City, prospective patients can board a train at Manhattan’s Grand Central Terminal to Greenwich, CT. This trip averages 38 minutes.
Driving down from Wilton, new patients will head south towards the Long Island Sound coast and pick up I-95 to New York City. I-95 goes through Greenwich, but drivers will want to exit onto US-1 South near Riverside, CT. US-1 leads to Lafayette Place where drivers will turn right and enter the first roundabout where the second exit is Perryridge Road. Total drive time is about 30 minutes, depending upon traffic.
One Perryridge Road – First Floor – Greenwich, CT 06830