Dr. Bryan Warner has made a specialty out of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) treatment for the men and women of Missouri. Since 2009, he has been serving satisfied patients throughout the St. Louis area making it his mission to pursue every possible area of medicine that can improve the lives of his patients. To that end, he continues to maintain focus on hormone replacement therapy, which has proven to be an exceptionally successful method of treatment for a multitude of hormone related issues.
Bioidentical hormones are hormones derived from natural sources that are designed to be structurally identical to the hormones found in your own body. Made from plant-based substances, each hormone prescribed by your physician is custom-compounded to meet your individual needs. BHRT has been shown to effectively treat the following conditions:
The Benefits of BHRT
When your hormone levels are not at optimal, your quality of life suffers. With the implementation of BHRT, Dr. Warner and his staff have seen countless dramatic transformations take place in each patient’s health. Each therapy program is customized for the individual. Clients who receive BHRT have experienced many of the following benefits:
Limited Appointments in Springfield!
Schedule your consultation with Dr. Warner at his Springfield location today – only a limited number of appointments are available. Begin your journey now! Contact Healthy Balance MD today. ***Please make sure to specify your desire to be seen in the Springfield location.***
Dr. Warner is among the top physicians in Missouri specially certified to help you achieve your health and wellness goals, including hormone balance for men and women. Get started on a customized treatment plan designed to fit your lifestyle and ensure you reach optimal wellness. Remember appointments are limited—book today!
Address: 1320 E Kingsley St #B, Springfield, MO 65804
Dates: December 18th & 19th 2015 and April 15th & 16th 2016
Booking: Phone: (314) 735-0780 | Toll Free: 877-445-9050
by Dr. Bryan Warner Ovarian cancer doesn’t get nearly the press of breast cancer, yet it has a higher mortality rate, at least for the short term. Fewer than half […]Read More