From our Men’s Wellness Clinic in Weybridge, Surrey, Light Touch Clinic is devoted to helping men live a healthy, fit, balanced lifestyle. Our unique medically-supervised programme helps individuals rebalance their health and restore their energy and vitality.
We do this through developing—and then monitoring—a medically-based programme customised to your body and its chemistry that will help you:
Contact us today to set up your confidential consultation – and rejuvenate your life!
Many people consider hormone replacement therapy only a female issue. In fact, a man’s testosterone levels peak in his late teens, beginning a gradual, steady decline of about 1-2 percent per year from age 30 onwards. Testosterone, produced by the testicles, is required for red blood cell levels, bone density, muscle and sexual and reproductive functions, therefore many men may worry about declining levels of this hormone.
It differs from female menopause by virtue of the fact that in men there is usually a gradual decline of testosterone, while in women, female hormones drop suddenly during menopause. While most men under the age of 40 will rarely notice the gradual drop in testosterone, some men will notice the symptoms, as early as 30, or even younger. Symptoms of testosterone deficiency include:
Approximately 30 percent of men in their 40’s will experience symptoms of Testosterone Deficiency. A man who is experiencing TD could also be at risk of other serious health conditions, therefore a man who believes he is suffering from TD should consider a checkup.
Men’s Wellness Clinic is effective for treating:
DISCLAIMER: Everyone is unique. This means that sensitivity periods, treatment plans, treatment results and their longevity will vary from patient to patient. The information on this page is based on the average treatment experience. For more accurate information, you should make a consultation with one of our experts.
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You will be invited to an initial consultation with Carlos Santos, our Men’s Wellness Consultant. During your consultation you will complete thorough medical questionnaire and discuss your symptoms. Carlos will determine whether treatment is the best step for you. Before referring you to Dr Maroof, our Men’s Wellness Doctor.
If you are suitable for treatment, a blood test will be arranged and you will be referred to Dr Maroof, our Men’s Wellness Doctor. Following the results of your blood test, Dr Maroof will prescribe a course of testosterone treatment tailored to your unique deficiency.
This will be monitored and maintained for as long as you wish to continue treatment.
Can diet and exercise changes help testosterone deficiency?
Whether you decide testosterone therapy is for you or not, it is important to know there are many ways you can improve the symptoms associated with testosterone through diet and exercise. Resistance training can build muscle mass, increase bone strength, and keep off fat, while walking can keep the cardiovascular system in shape. Fatigue may be related to solvable sleep problems or a lack of nutrients in your diet.
How is testosterone taken?
At the Light Touch Clinic we do not believe in a one-size-fits all approach. Your prescription will be tailored specifically to your unique needs. We find that a weekly, slow-release injection is the best method. Quick and discreet we can administer your dose at a time to suit you on the weekend. However, we appreciate that injections are not for everyone. As a result, we offer bespoke compound creams as an alternative.
Your initial consultation will be with Carlos Santos, our Men’s Wellness Expert.