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causes for kidney stone formation and their prevention; thyroid disease; pituitary and adrenal disorders; problems with growth and development, sexual decline and erectile dysfunction; women’s health problems involving menopause; excessive hair growth or hair loss; problems with high or low blood pressure.

We provide services to patients with hormonal imbalances including, but not limited to: diabetes, cholesterol disorders, metabolic syndrome, obesity mainly as a consequence of another hormonal problem or as part of a comprehensive cardiovascular risk factor management; osteoporosis and other bone and mineral disorders leading to skeletal fractures; metabolic

What is the Endocrine System?

Hormones also control the way you respond to your surroundings. They help to provide the proper amount of energy and nutrition. The endocrine glands include the thyroid, parathyroid, pancreas, ovaries, testes, adrenal, pituitary and hypothalamus.

Your endocrine system is a system of glands. Glands are organs that make hormones. These are substances that help to control activities in your body. Hormones control reproduction, metabolism (food burning and waste elimination), and growth and development.

What is an Endocrinologist?

care of many functions and problems including diabetes, thyroid diseases, metabolism, hormonal imbalances, menopause, osteoporosis, hypertension, cholesterol (lipid) disorders, infertility and birth control, short stature, and cancers of the glands.

Endocrinologists finish four years of medical school and spend three to four years in an internship and residency program. These specialty programs cover internal medicine, pediatrics, or obstetrics and gynecology. They spend two to three more years learning how to diagnose and treat endocrine conditions.

An endocrinologist is a specially trained doctor that diagnoses diseases that affect your glands. They know how to treat these conditions, which are often complex and involve many systems and structures within your body.

Endocrinologists are trained to recognize and uncover endocrine problems. They help to restore the natural balance of hormones in your system. Endocrinologists also conduct basic research to learn the secrets of glands. Clinical research helps them learn the best ways to treat patients. Endocrinologists develop new drugs and treatments for hormone problems. They take