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
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.
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