My husband and I have been going to Dr. Warner for about three years now. I started mainly because I felt I had a hormone imbalance. I had gone through menopause just a few years before. My blood pressure, which had been great my entire life, went high, my hair was falling out, incontinence, sleep problems, and just normal aging of my skin. I can’t say that Dr. Warner solved all my problems, but he has done a lot toward them. I feel better in all areas than I did three years ago. The most important thing to me is that my blood pressure is back where it always was and should be. I feel like Dr. Warner truly takes his time to try to figure out a solution instead of throwing pills at you. In fact, my husband has gotten off almost all of his pills. He has gone to at least three other doctors since we have started with Dr. Warner and gotten completely conflicting advice from all but we’ve decided to put our trust in Dr. Warner, he is a “wellness” doctor and that is what we are looking for.
In August 2010, my husband and I became patients of Dr. Bryan Warner. I was so excited about the appointment. I had been studying about Bioidential Hormone Therapy. I had many issues i.e., low energy, weight gain, sleeplessness and night sweats. Dr. Warner has been a tremendous blessing to me and my husband. He has a wealth of knowledge. Dr. Warner is very methodical in his approach to healthcare. Dr. Warner is excellent with providing information and sharing the research references. He is the consummate professional who is caring and supportive. I feel good most days. I am 66 years old. My blood work looks good as well.
My aging body loves BHRT and what it can do. With Dr. Warner, I find that no subject is off limits and I’m very comfortable discussing any hormonal, health or aesthetic needs. I so appreciate that I don’t have to sign up for expensive concierge service and he still willing to deal with my unusual issues. Also, I am very grateful they also offer a few innovative cosmetic procedures and cutting edge hormonal delivery systems. They make it easy.
Who knew, we don’t have to age so rapidly?
Thank you, Dr. Warner!
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