Treating the symptoms of menopause has traditionally been handled using mass-produced chemical compounds. While this may alleviate some of the symptoms for some patients, it is not an effective way to treat a hormone imbalance, nor will it help to reduce some of the more severe symptoms of menopause in some people.
Each individual patient has unique levels of hormone imbalance that ideally should be treated to suit that particular person’s needs. This is why The Healthy Choice Compounding Pharmacy maintains such a strong focus on understanding each patient’s needs before creating a specific natural treatment suited to that person.
This level of customized treatment offers far superior results, as the treatments are all created to address the specific hormonal imbalance presented by that patient. The result is greatly reduced menopausal symptoms, but also improved overall health.
Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Treatment (BHRT) uses hormones that are identical to those normally produced by the human body. These naturally occurring bio-identical hormones can be significantly better for a patient than chemically-produced compounds that synthesize the real thing.
Phil Altman is the health care specialist behind The Healthy Choice Compounding Pharmacy. He maintains a strong focus on ensuring that all medications are created to fit the patient, and not try to make the patient fit a mass-produced medication. The professional health care team at The Healthy Choice Compounding Pharmacy takes pride in understanding each individual patient’s specific needs before creating a BHRT to accurately address the problem properly.
To learn more about bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, or for more information about patient-specific treatments available from The Healthy Choice Compounding Pharmacy, please visit: http://thehealthychoice.net
About Phil Altman:
For many years, Phil Altman has maintained a strong focus on preventive health care and a devotion to helping all his patients achieve good health. His education and training in the health care industry has allowed him to develop patient-specific treatments designed to work with each unique individual.