Experience the Pellet Difference:
Change the Way we Age

Is a tiny pellet, which are smaller than a grain of rice,  that is place under the skin in fatty tissue to help balance hormones for men and women and essentialy is good for your health and helps with disease prevention as we age.  Hormone pellets release all-natural, bio-identical estrogen and/or testosterone which is metabolized consistently into the body as needed.   The hormone pellet implantation procedure is easily performed in the office.

Optimized hormones significantly reduce the risk of serious health problems, such as

Osteoporosis    Alzheimer's Disease     Heart Disease    Diabetes

Why Pellets?

Pellet therapy uses hormones derived from natural plant sources to replicate the body's normal hormonal levels.Patients have found that bio-identical hormone replacement theraphy with pellet implants is extremely effective.  Implants, placedunder the skin consistently release small, physiologic doses of hormones that provide optimal therapy. Unlike Typical Oral and transdermal forms of therapy — which produce "roller coaster" hormone levels, resulting in mood and energy fluctuations for the patient — Pellet Therapy is the only method of hormone therapy that provides sustained hormone levels throughout the day for up to three to five months without any "roller coaster" effect.  Because the hormones used are completely natural, pellet therapy is ideal for patients who want the benefits of a natural hormone without the drawbacks of a synthetic.

Why Millions Turn Away From Synthetic Hormones

When significant health safety concerns arose in 2002 for women using synthetic hormone replacement therapies (HRT), millions stopped taking it—up to 70 percent according to one survey1. Patients and physicians alike began to search for alternatives.

Bio-Identical Hormones: The Right Choice for Your Body

Countless women (and men) have now made the switch to bio-identical hormones, long preferred for hormone therapy in Japan, France and other European countries. It is finally receiving considerable attention in the U.S. and being more widely prescribed.

Hormone Balance is not One-Size-Fits-All!

After the shocking results of the Women’s Health Initiative study, a large number of physicians turned to bio-identical hormones although many of them lacked the background, training or expertise in the field. While these doctors are good at prescribing the right kind of hormone (bio-identical), they often fail to actually balance a patient’s hormones—something that is vital to good health and well-being.


Other Bio-identical Methods Just Don’t Cut It

Other bio-identical delivery methods—i.e. creams, pills, injections and even micronized capsules—cannot provide a steady stream of hormone in your bloodstream twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. That means you are still subject to a roller coaster ride of hormone levels. And even though patches do provide a constant stream of hormone, they have to be changed often. And then there’s that sticky adhesive issue to deal with.

The Pellet Therapy Difference

     Pellet Therapy physicians are well-trained by experts who have years of hormone replacement therapy experience.  Thousands of patients have been treated and are enjoying life again!

     Pellet Therapy dosing is exact. Through precise testing and proper consultation, the most accurate and dose is prescribed for each patient’s unique body chemistry. Individual dosing for individual patients!

     Pellet Therapy delivers consistent levels of hormone replacement for months at a time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!              

     Pellet Therapy is fuel for life!

     Balancing hormones properly is a challenging endeavor. 

Trust Pellet Therapy trained practitioners as so many people already have!

These are investigational procedures.  It is not covered by insurance and not everyone is a candidate.  
The onset of improvement varies with each individual patient.  
However, we already have cowboys and cowgirls in 
Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado, and Montana who are improving. 

Call Dr. Fletcher or Francene at 903-592-2999 to discuss these procedures.