- Your hormones are key to looking and feeling your best.
- Your body is unique, your hormone therapy should be unique too.
- Hormonal imbalances can be impacted by other health concerns.
- We help you address root concerns so that your hormone therapy is effective.
- You deserve a medical team that works together.
- We coordinate every aspect of your care to help you look and feel your best.
Is BioDesign right for me?
We partner with you to discover root causes of your health concerns. Together, we’ll get you back to your best possible health.
You deserve hormone therapy that takes your entire body into account.
Whether you’re just entering perimenopause, you’re in menopause, or you’re currently in post-menopause, you’ve got a lot of living ahead of you. We can’t wait to help you feel like yourself again so you can enjoy a healthy, vibrant midlife.
For women in midlife, balanced hormone levels are key to feeling and functioning your best.
Imbalanced hormones, on the other hand, can result in undesirable symptoms that often drag on for over a decade—including hot flashes, fatigue, stubborn belly fat, weight gain, hair and skin texture, and poor sleep.
If you’re struggling with unbalanced hormones, hormone therapy can help you feel like yourself again — but only if it’s part of an integrated, comprehensive treatment plan.
We Can Help!
At BioDesign Wellness Center, we do a thorough assessment, getting to the root cause of your symptoms, before starting you on hormone therapy. This includes testing for underlying causes in addition to changes in hormone levels such as:
- Thyroid levels
- Digestion problems
- Autoimmune complications
We’re a team of doctors and medical professionals dedicated to helping you find and treat the root cause of your health issues.
Our customized treatment protocols are based on careful listening, a complete assessment of your overall health and labs designed to reveal underlying conditions.
Best of All
By helping you resolve the underlying problem, your hormone therapy will be more effective and you’ll no longer worry about “making it through this difficult time.”
Instead, midlife can become one of the most enjoyable times of your life, a time when you have the time, strength and vitality to be your healthy, vibrant self.
At BioDesign Wellness Center we focus on health-care, not sick-care.
3 Simple Steps to Turn Midlife Into Your Best Life Yet
First, we’ll do a deep dive to determine what’s happening with your hormones and uncover any other underlying health issues that may be causing your symptoms. You’ll know what’s going on in your body and be clear about what you can do to feel and look your best.
If your test results indicate you would benefit, we’ll prescribe a custom treatment plan of bio-identical hormones and powerful peptides to restore your body to a more youthful state. An optimal hormone balance can help you feel energized, confident, and like your younger self again.
Should we discover other underlying imbalances, such as thyroid, gut or sleep issues, we’ll resolve those naturally, rebuilding the foundation of your health by addressing the root cause of your symptoms. This will bring faster relief from symptoms and better long-term results than if we addressed hormone levels in isolation.
What Women Are Saying About BioDesign Wellness Center
I had gone to many doctors, specialists even holistic practitioners but was still suffering. Finally I read reviews about Dr. Lewis and took a chance. I am SO GRATEFUL that he agreed to take my case. In just two and half months I felt so much better. Of course I am still receiving treatment, but I have been to able to FUNCTION and actually enjoy food, time with my family and look forward to doing more. He is very patient, kind and he actually listens to you which I didn’t get before. He is also thorough and realistic which helps. His team (especially Phyllis) are warm and really care. WORTH THE INVESTMENT!!! Thank you!!!Dee Gasp
I have been going there for almost a year. I get the pellets which seem to work great.I would recommend anyone needing hormone replacement therapy to go with the pellets. I recently started getting B12 shots and I am feeling so much more energetic. The girls and the doctors are so friendly and helpful, I love going there.Kim Meek
I have been to several holistic and functional medicine providers in the past for my thyroid. I started at BioDesign feeling tired all the time, not sleeping well and mostly feeling lousy. Being a mom, wife, entrepreneur, and professional it has been difficult not feeling well. If you suffer with a chronic problem you know how frustrating it can be to feel heard by your doctor. To have a doctor that cares, runs the right tests, finds the cause and actually makes a difference in your health is asking a lot. With Dr. Lewis, this is exactly what happened, and I couldn’t be happier.
Today I am feeling myself again! Dr. Lewis provided not only treatment but guidance that has helped me recover my health! Thank you to the whole BioDesign team for their kindness, compassion and professionalism!Erica Lopez
I was suffering with knee pain, inflammation and weight gain. BioDesign is different than other clinics. Dr Matt meets with you 1-1 and explains how your body functions in terms I can understand. Now I think about my health in a very different way. I’m not just concerned about the numbers on the scale, but now I think about the health of my organs. It’s not just a diet, it’s a lifestyle. This was my last stop for my health and now I know my future will be heathy and happy!Lorraine Bode
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