Dr. Gary Greenly

Testosterone Replacement In Males

In 2009, Dr. Greenly accepted an invitation to what is now known as Andrologix located in West Palm Beach, Florida, where he observed and trained with one of the leading medical experts.  The main focus of his visit was hormone replacement for males over 35 years old.  In early 2010, he began to incorporate this emerging field of medicine into his practice.

Male patients 35 years and older symptomatic of low testosterone:
1.  Generalized fatigue
2.  Easier fatigability
3.  Increased recovery time from workouts or from strenuous labor
4.  Increase in body adiposity (body fat)
5.  Decrease in lean muscle
6.  Decrease in libido
7.  Erectile dysfunction
8.  Slowing of cognitive function
9.  Metabolic Syndrome/Insulin Resistance
Although Dr. Greenly generally will only accept males 35 and older, there are special medical conditions he will review and consider for those under 35 years old.  At the initial consultation Dr. Greenly will go over any symptoms, complaints, concerns the patient has and will order blood work dependent upon his findings.  Once the lab work is done, the patient will have a follow-up appointment and if his hormone levels suggest any deficiencies, he will discuss possible options of treatment.

Possible Treatments:
1.  Testosterone replacement systems covered by most major insurances, including injectable testosterone
2.  Compounded testosterone in topical form

Following the HRT, the monitoring of the patient’s progress is an important and ongoing process.  He is closely monitored by Dr. Greenly and repeat blood work may be required on a quarterly basis to ascertain the type of testosterone replacement, the dosing and strength is at the optimal level.

Unlike many medical offices who offer HRT, sometimes referred to as TRT, Dr. Greenly’s practice has no hidden costs, no contracts to sign. In most cases not only are office visits and laboratory blood tests covered under private insurance but often times the HRT prescription topicals and injectables are covered under the patient’s insurance drug plan as well.