the biostation process
Our comprehensive and individualized program utilizes an extremely thorough set of diagnostics to establish your personal hormonal, metabolic, nutritional and physical baseline. We use these results to develop a customized hormone replacement program and testosterone therapy designed to help you look and feel your very best.
Our performance blood panel measures over 40 biomarkers to determine your level of systemic inflammation, performance hormones, cardiovascular health, thyroid, reproductive health, liver and kidney function, metabolism, nutrients and more.
Sophisticated genetic and allergy testing is also available to assess what treatments your body can best absorb and identify any potential reactions so we can further tailor your hormone replacement and testosterone therapy to deliver the best outcome for you.
Each patient meets with one of our expert physicians, led by Medical Director Dr. Martin G. Bloom, to discuss symptoms, medical history and goals in order to design a treatment plan that restores your health and fits your lifestyle.
Your bioID outlines the specific biomarkers that will be a central focus in developing your tailored testosterone therapy plan. Your bioID is as unique as you are, meaning your path to optimal wellness at the biostation is designed just for you.
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