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Testosterone Replacement Therapy

We commit ourselves to improving the quality of life of men that are suffering from symptoms of low testosterone. Low testosterone is one of the most undiagnosed and under-treated conditions. Most men have a natural dew line of testosterone by 1-2% after the age of 30.

What are the symptoms?

Erectile dysfunction.
Low motivation.
Decreased muscle mass.
Low sex drive.
Loss of morning erections.
Depression/ Anxiety.
Stubborn belly fat.
Poor concentration and decreased energy.

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Andropause is like menopause for men. Women experience menopause, while men experience andropause. As men age, testosterone levels decrease, all due to the natural aging process.


This is testosterone deficiency due to a failure of the testes or testicular dysfunction that impairs the production of the male sex hormone testosterone.

How does the program work?


Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Step 1: ConsultationInitial consultation for our TRT program is completed over the phone.
Step 2: Book your first visit with us. During this visit, your blood work will be completed; please come fasting. No sexual acts should be performed 72 hours prior to blood work.

We order an extensive lab work-up. The initial lab panel is $200, which will be collected when booking your 1st appointment. Insurance is not accepted.

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Step 3: During this visit, we will go over your lab results and administer your 1st dose of your TRT regime. $160 will be collected, which includes your first month's medication.

Membership Plan starts at $130/month and includes office or telehealth visit, testosterone, Vitamin B12 and needles/syringes (if you choose to self-administer).

Clomiphene or Anastrozole, if needed, will be an additional charge.

Follow-up labs at 2-3 months are a charge of $50.

Follow up every 3 months by phone or video visit.

Self-inject Testosterone

  • Step 1: Gather Your Material

    You will need: Your testosterone prescription vial. Alcohol wipes. New syringe/needle.● Sharps container to safely dispose of your injection material.

  • Step 2: Clean and Sanitize

    Before injecting the testosterone, wash your hands thoroughly for at least 20 seconds with soap and water. Use an alcohol wipe to sanitize the top of the testosterone bottle. Always use a new needle and alcohol wipe each time.

  • Step 3: Draw up your testosterone to the correct dose

    Select a needle from the package. Make sure you do not touch the needle or the syringe, to anything else (this helps to avoid contamination).

    Pull the syringe down to the appropriate dosage. Then pierce the rubber ring of the testosterone prescription vial. Press the plunger of the syringe to push the air into the testosterone vial.

    Invert the vial (hold it upside down) and pull the testosterone into the syringe to the appropriate dosage. Remove the needle from the vial.

  • Step 4: Remove Air From the Syringe

    To release any air from the syringe, gently tap the syringe with your finger and slowly press the plunger. Continue doing this carefully until there is only testosterone in the syringe (free of air).

  • Step 5: Inject the Testosterone

    Before you inject, use another alcohol wipe to clean the injection site on your body. Rub the alcohol wipe in a circular motion outward from the injection site to ensure the area is clean.

    Your testosterone injection may be intramuscular or subcutaneous, depending on your unique protocol.

    If you are doing an intramuscular injection:

    Deltoid- feel for the bony part on your shoulder, then move two finger widths down to find your injection site. Hold the needle at a 90-degree angle, pierce the skin, and carefully inject the testosterone.

    If doing a subcutaneous injection- follow steps 1-4 to prepare. Then select the approved sub-area, and pinch the area between your thumb and forefinger. If you can pinch about two inches of skin, insert the needle at a 90-degree angle; if you can only pinch one inch of skin, then inject at a 45-degree angle. You should hold the needle in your dominant hand to ensure great mobility.

  • Step 6: Dispose of the needle and syringe

    Throw away the needle and syringe into a sharp container. If you do not have a sharps container, AX Body Bar can order one for you or purchase one from Amazon.

    Dispose of all medical waste appropriately; if you are not sure how please contact your local pharmacy to learn your state's requirement for disposing of needles and syringes.

Membership Options

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Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) is $130 per month and includes Testosterone, B12, and needles/syringes (delivered directly to you if you want).

Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) Transdermal compounded cream is $150 per month, delivered directly to you.

The average male hormone replacement patient will spend approximately $150-$300 per month, which is why it is our goal to make everything as convenient as possible.

Most of the follow-up visits can even be done via telemedicine.