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Find out what others are asking in regards to our services, frequently asked questions and even knowing if you even need testosterone treatments. 

What is Our Process?

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Our Process

In order to establish your baseline lab data and to determine if you are a candidate to receive any of our treatments (except peptides), you will first select “Let’s Get Started.” You will then make an free in-person or online appointment with us to discuss how we can help. After your initial free consultation, you will be directed to fill out your basic demographic info so we can create a lab order. You will either come in to our clinic so we can start your labs or if your out of our area, you can obtain your lab work at any LabCorp nearest you. We will then receive your lab results within 1 week or less, at which time we will reach back out to schedule an online face to face consultation with one of our board-certified medical providers.
Lab Panels Explained

During your consultation, our licensed health professional will give you several customized options to achieve your health goals. 

After the consultation, our health professional will set up and schedule the treatment plan, and then mail the customized treatments to your home or office, where you will administer the treatment.


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TRT stands for testosterone replacement therapy. Testosterone is given to combat decreasing levels in men. This is to fight the usual signs and symptoms of aging such as fatigue, weight gain, loss of libido, and muscle loss.

Symptoms include lack of energy, increased body fat, loss of muscle mass, decreased sexual desire, tiredness, moodiness, inability to sleep and other debilitating conditions.

Testosterone levels can be determined by a simple blood test. If you have symptoms associated with low testosterone, Next Level TRT recommends starting the process with the blood test as soon as possible.

TRT can improve:

  • Sex drive
  • Energy level
  • Mental clarity
  • Fat Loss
  • Gains in muscle mass
  • Sleep quality
  • Bone density
  • Memory
  • Concentration

Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) has been shown to be safe and effective for men with low testosterone levels. TRT can provide numerous benefits such as increased muscle mass, improved bone density, improved mood, and increased sex drive.

Studies have shown that TRT is generally safe when prescribed and monitored by a qualified healthcare provider. Potential risks of TRT can include acne, fluid retention, and increased red blood cell count, but these are usually mild and can be managed by adjusting the dosage.

In fact, TRT has been found to be beneficial for men with certain medical conditions such as osteoporosis, Type 2 diabetes, and depression. TRT can also improve overall quality of life for men who are experiencing symptoms related to low testosterone levels.

It’s important to note that TRT should only be prescribed after a thorough evaluation by a qualified healthcare provider and should be closely monitored throughout the course of treatment. Overall, TRT can be a safe and effective treatment option for men with low testosterone levels, leading to improved health and wellbeing.

As long as you have had your blood pressure measured by a practitioner in the past 3 years, we can prescribe to you without you ever stepping foot in a doctor’s office.

Unfortunately, we cannot accept returns of prescription products for reuse or resale, and all sales are final. However, if you feel we have made an error in the filling of your prescription, please contact us at 866-656-5878

We don’t currently accept insurance, but we do accept payments through Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs). Many of our clients find this option convenient, and it allows for flexibility in managing healthcare expenses.

Do I need Treatment?

How do I know if I need Testosterone Treatments? 

Take the survey to determine if you need testosterone (for men)

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