|By PR Newswire||
|August 4, 2014 11:15 AM EDT||
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Aug. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Low T Center continues to grow across the country as more men learn about the importance of having a normal testosterone level and the benefits of treatment. Today marks the 50th location in the US for Low T Center. This is the second Columbus area Low T Center, located at 1050 Beecher Crossing, Suite E-F, Gahanna, OH 43230. Dr. Brian Seifferth, M.D. is the Medical Director of the Center. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm.
In honor of the 50th location, Low T Center will offer a $50 testosterone level test at all 50 locations on Wednesday, August 6th. Patients will know results within 30 minutes with the convenience of the on-site lab.
Studies indicate testosterone deficiency has been linked to diabetes, metabolic syndrome, obesity, and high blood pressure. Low T Center was designed so men can walk in, take a simple blood test, and know within 45 minutes if they are a candidate for Testosterone Replacement Therapy. Experience shows testosterone injections may lead to improved energy, strength, and libido, as well as decreases in body fat, irritability, and depression.
According to Dr. Bill Reilly, M.D., Chief Medical Director of Low T Centers, "Low T Center seeks to improve the quality of men's lives in a way that makes a real difference, by diagnosing and effectively treating low testosterone. There is so much talk about testosterone out there today, we encourage men now more than ever to do their homework and make sure that they go to a medical provider that they can trust and that specializes in testosterone therapy."
About Low T Center
Founded in 2009, Low T Center has quickly evolved into a pioneering and innovative medical practice model. The physicians at Low T Centers exclusively diagnose and treat men with low testosterone. As demand for information about testosterone therapy grows, Low T Center has established itself as a leader in treatment and public awareness.
Nationally there are 50 Low T Centers operating in eleven states. Cities include: Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Tyler, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Kansas City, Denver, Colorado Springs, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Columbus, Nashville and Knoxville.
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