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HerKare Launched To Exclusively Treat Hormone Imbalance In Women
Date:11/11/2013

SOUTHLAKE, Texas, Nov. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- HerKare opened its doors today to help relieve women suffering from hormone imbalance.  The physicians and treatment professionals at HerKare will focus on improving the overall health and well-being of women through bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT).  BHRT is not synthetic, rather it is personalized to each patient's specific needs and body chemistry.

Whether a patient is suffering from the effects of post pregnancy, a genetic deficiency, or stages of menopause, the physicians at HerKare will develop a customized treatment plan designed to support and improve common symptoms of hormone imbalance, including fatigue, depression, low libido, weight gain, hot flashes and/or muscle loss.

Mickala Sisk, founder of the HerKare concept explains, "Hormone imbalance is an inevitable part of every woman's life, and women have traditionally not been satisfied with the options available.  As a working mom, I can relate and empathize.  I wanted to create a place where women of all ages could get real help and bring balance back into their life."

Hormone imbalance can be the cause of a variety of health issues and some studies link hormone imbalance to the risk of more serious ailments such as heart disease, osteoporosis, stroke, memory loss, high cholesterol, depression and mood swings.  Fortunately imbalances are treatable.  Dr. Bradley Axline M.D., OB/GYN explains, "With the right treatment modalities, patients should begin to experience the benefits of treatment within the first few visits.  Of course, careful monitoring is important to maintain consistent results over the treatment cycle."

To determine if an imbalance exists, the doctors at HerKare evaluate patients in seven areas of potential deficiencies:  Estrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone, thyroid function
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