Afternoon crashes. 3 a.m. wakeups. Frustrating brain fog. Stubborn belly fat. Softer “wood”. Wonky periods. Depression. Relationships in crisis. Feeling like you’re crazy… You don’t have to live this way!
Most doctors will just tell you to pop a pill or even just blow you off and tell you it’s a natural part of the aging process. I believe in a natural, comprehensive and individual approach to hormone balance. Optimized hormones also protect against conditions such as osteoporosis, heart disease and diabetes.
As we address the root of the problem, you’ll feel the effects quickly: Better motivation. Energy. Focus. Sleep. Mood. Muscle mass. Sex drive. Reconnect with your natural, vibrant self.
Many doctors will try to tell you that hormone decline is just part of the natural aging process. However, Dr. Wool believes in natural solutions to hormone imbalances, as optimizing your hormones can help protect you against conditions such as Type 2 Diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and osteoporosis. You do not have to live with these problems; Dr. Wool can help you address your hormones’ core problems and help you feel better in the long term through natural, holistic solutions.
Hormones are the body’s messengers, traveling through the bloodstream to communicate chemical instructions with our tissues and organs to regulate body functions. They regulate bone density, muscle mass, weight fluctuations, and digestive health – when the hormones are properly balanced, the body thrives.
But even subtle hormone imbalances can contribute to problematic effects. Higher amounts of stress can contribute to muscle inflammation, leading to nerve and muscle pain. Digestive problems caused by hormonal imbalances can lead to insufficient nutrient intake and prolong unwanted symptoms of leaky gut, GERD, and acid reflux. Menstrual cycles can be affected, leading to health problems such as PCOS and mood swings.
Your endocrine system can wreak havoc on your body, and it shouldn’t be a part of the aging process. As a naturopathic physician, Dr. Wool takes the time and care with his patients to learn about their hormones and provide patient-specific advice for treating hormonal imbalances to tackle the problem head-on and help you enjoy a fulfilling life.
In his approach to holistic hormonal health, Dr. Dan Wool, NMD, specializes in naturopathic treatment for the gastrointestinal and hormonal system and takes an approach to not only treat common symptoms but also improve your life. This includes getting better sleep, improving weight loss, increasing your overall energy, and preventing future complications from any underlying health disorders affecting your life and well-being. Make sure to schedule an appointment with Dr. Wool today to see how he can help you feel energized, focused, and reconnected to yourself.
At first, it was once in a while. Now it’s every day. Discomfort. Heartburn. Running to the toilet. Constipation. Gurgling stomach. Poor metabolism. And the traditional over-the-counter meds aren’t really helping anymore (the truth is they never really did). How’d you get here? How did this happen? It’s time to finally get to the root of it all and renew your quality of life, from the inside out.
A calm, healthy gut has so many benefits: improved energy, easy elimination, fewer allergy, better sleep, natural weight loss, and so much more…
You don’t need to live with gut problems. They’re correctable and they’re probably directly related to a lot of other problems you’re experiencing. Let’s start at the source and get you back to “normal”… or maybe even better.
– a thorough 90-minute intake and exam
– complete hormone and wellness blood panel
– simple detox to improve hormone efficacy
– comprehensive plain English review of findings
– individualized and customized combo of hormones, supplements, peptides, treatments + lifestyle upgrades
– regular testing and follow-up to ensure ongoing optimal health
*There are many areas in which naturopathic doctors complement traditional MDs. Sometimes we may need an MD gastroenterologist/internist on our team for “gold standard” diagnosis with internal medicine/imaging.