10 Step Guide To Keep Your New Year Resolutions On Track

Here we are already February 1st of a new year. Now I ask you “How are those New Year resolutions coming along?”

It can be easy to start off with full force, moving forward strong and clear on what you are wanting to experience in the New Year. We always start a goal with enthusiasm and the intention of achieving it for whatever personal gain we see it has. Then life happens, we realize that even though it may be a new year, nothing in our lives has really changed from one day to the next and we are still faced with the same challenges we had on the 31st of December.

So what do we do if we want to create long-lasting change and new healthy habits in our lives? Here is a 10 step guide to help you stay on track and recommit to your New Years resolutions, or even more so so creating and maintaining desired changes.

1. Define your focus- be general here, this is the broad net you cast. 

-Health, Abundance, Happiness, Success

2. Simplify Desires- list out in simple terms what it is you want to experience

-Be active 3 times per week, purchase a new home, pray/meditate daily, increase work production

3. Describe the vision- write down what your life will be like when you have achieved these desires in present tense

-I wake up in the morning feeling energized and excited for my day. My mind is clear and crisp and I can feel the love in my heart. I am so grateful for the partner that is next to me and feel so much love for them and from them. I love the workouts I am doing, they help me manage my stress and my body feels stronger every day. I feel so supported by the higher powers. I know that they are on my side and every day my life is working out. I am so grateful to be alive!

4. Define daily rituals and support structure

-Wake up every morning and workout, write 10 things I am grateful for daily, eat a healthy breakfast, get to bed by 10pm.

5. Ask yourself open-ended questions to create room for progress and support

-What can I do today to bring my goals closer to achievement? How have I felt supported today? What am I grateful for today?

6. Define specific actions 

-What exactly do you need to have on your to-do list in order to move closer to your goals (open savings account, make doctors appointment, hire a personal trainer)

7. Write supportive statements and repeat them daily

-I am healthy, I love my able body, I am abundant, I am free, I am strong

8. Identify what might stand in your way

-time commitments, negative beliefs, relationships, money (being aware of obstacles help you to overcome them before they sabotage your progress)

9. Identify your why

-look within and ask yourself why do I want to accomplish this ( to live longer in order to see my grandkids grow up, I want to leave a legacy, I want to influence others lives in a positive way) In moments of doubt, knowing your WHY can be what drives you forward.

10. REWARDS

how are you going to acknowledge your progress along the way? New work our clothes, vacation, cheat meal, whatever will help keep you motivated and focused.

 

With this 10 step guide, you will be able to define, create and maintain momentum to continue to move forward to live the life you truly want. Your health and wellness is important to the T Off Your Health team and we are here for you.

If you have questions about our services please call 817-632-5400.

Top 5 Tips To Making Your New Years Resolutions

It’s that time of year again, time to reflect, time to look forward and decide what you want the next year of your life to really look like. Where do you want your focus to be? To make life simple, it can be broken down into 4 main categories that all other areas of life fit into. These pillars are:

  1. Health / Wellness
  2. Career/ Finances/ Hobbies
  3. Relationships of all kinds; family, work, friends…
  4. Faith/ Religion/ Spirituality

In simplifying life into these 4 categories, we have the opportunity to see the full picture of where we are and where we want to be. We then are able to create a map to get from one place to the other. Each category is interconnected and equally important. You may find that at different times in your life you have strived in one area and lacked or even struggled in another.

In theory, the clearer your picture is of what it is you are striving for, the easier it can be to attain. Knowing this makes having New Year’s resolutions more then just a passing ideal, it allows you to reflect back throughout the year to either recommit, revise or know that you are on the path you set out.

Here are our top 5 tips to making your New Year’s resolutions:

  1. Keep It Simple– it is easy to become overwhelmed and lose momentum when we choose life changes or resolutions that are too specific or detailed. We can get derailed, discouraged or even angry when our plans don’t go the way we initially intended. Make resolutions connected to each of the above 4 categories and make them broad enough to notice the steps along the way (even if they are small). You may find paths to success when you have a simple idea rather then a very specific one.
  2. Write Them Down– there is power in putting pen to paper. Writing down your resolutions makes you put them into words, which makes them more real, plus it is something you can reference down the line if you are ever feeling off track or forgetting what it is you are working towards. If you can, read them every day and you will be amazed at how much more focused you are and how much more quickly you move forward.
  3. Get Support– having a support system in place that continues to help you accomplish what it is you are working for. Whether it is a gym buddy, your health care provider or spouse, make it known to those that care.
  4. Make A Plan– whether you are working on health, business, relationship or spiritual goals making a plan that will support your momentum will make them feel more attainable and keep you on track.  As you move forward your plan may change and that is ok, but starting with one in mind will set you up for success.
  5. Acknowledge Your Accomplishments– sometimes looking back is the only way to see how far you’ve come. Even if it’s small steps forward, they are still steps in the right direction. Focusing on your accomplishments will support you in continuing your commitment. Be gentle with yourself and give yourself time to progress.

Being a primary care provider in the metroplex area we are here to support you in your accomplishments. Talk to your provider about what it is you are working towards, you never know what kind of insight they may have to offer. The T Off Team is here for you.

We look forward to supporting your health and wellness in 2019. May this be your best year yet!

To make an appointment at one of our clinics please call our booking team at 817-345-0303. 

Holiday Tips For Staying Healthy

It’s the holiday season and it’s easy to get run down with all the extra responsibilities, stress and fluctuation of weather.

 

  1. Wash hands often to help prevent the spread of germs. It’s flu season. Wash your hands with soap and clean running water for at least 20 seconds.
  2. Bundle up to stay dry and warm. Wear appropriate outdoor clothing: light, warm layers, gloves, hats, scarves, and waterproof boots.
  3. Manage stress. Give yourself a break if you feel stressed out, overwhelmed, and out of control. Some of the best ways to manage stress are to find support, connect socially, and get plenty of sleep.
  4. Don’t drink and drive or let others drink and drive. Whenever anyone drives drunk, they put everyone on the road in danger. Choose not to drink and drive and help others do the same.
  5. Be smoke-free. Avoid smoking and secondhand smoke. Smokers have greater health risks because of their tobacco use, but nonsmokers also are at risk when exposed to tobacco smoke.
  6. Fasten seat belts while driving or riding in a motor vehicle. Always buckle your children in the car using a child safety seat, booster seat, or seat belt according to their height, weight, and age. Buckle up every time, no matter how short the trip and encourage passengers to do the same.
  7. Get exams and screenings. Ask your health care provider what exams you need and when to get them. Update your personal and family history.
  8. Get your vaccinations. Vaccinations help prevent diseases and save lives. Everyone 6 months and older should get a flu vaccine each year.
  9. Monitor children. Keep potentially dangerous toys, food, drinks, household items, and other objects out of children’s reach. Protect them from drowning, burns, falls, and other potential accidents.
  10. Practice fire safety. Most residential fires occur during the winter months, so don’t leave fireplaces, space heaters, food cooking on stoves, or candles unattended. Have an emergency plan and practice it regularly.
  11. Prepare food safely. Remember these simple steps: Wash hands and surfaces often, avoid cross-contamination, cook foods to proper temperatures and refrigerate foods promptly.
  12. Eat healthy, stay active. Eat fruits and vegetables which pack nutrients and help lower the risk for certain diseases. Limit your portion sizes and foods high in fat, salt, and sugar. Also, be active for at least 2½ hours a week and help kids and teens be active for at least 1 hour a day.

 

 

Top 3 Questions To Ask Your Primary Care Doctor EVERY Visit

As your primary care practitioners, we are here to ensure that you are living a healthy life physically, mentally and spiritually. We care about you as a whole, meaning all components of your lifestyle. We are here to support you in maintaining a full long life. There are certain aspects of your health that you should ask about during every visit.

Here are the top 3 questions to ask your primary care provider during each of your visits.

1. Something’s been bothering me… Can we talk?

Your PCP knows his or her job is to monitor your vitals—weight, blood pressure, cholesterol, etc.—but just as important is gauging your psychological state. Stress, exhaustion, and environmental factors can wreak havoc on your physical health. When your doctor asks, “How are you doing?” Tell her. And let her help you to set goals that will get you back on track. Say: I’m a little worried about how this new job is going to be for me, or My son’s medical issues are my primary focus, and to be honest, I’m mentally and emotionally depleted. Most PCPs became doctors because they want to effect real changes in a patient’s life (in the 2014 Physician’s Foundation survey, 79% of doctors cited “patient relationships” as the most satisfying factor about medical practice.)

So cross the divide, take a few minutes to tell your PCP what’s going on in your life, and make them see you as a human being—not just a collection of vital signs.

2. Is there anything I should be doing differently to live a fuller, longer life?

Everybody knows that lifestyle decisions affect our health—but they have a far more influential role than most people realize. Your doctor’s office should be a safe place for you to talk openly and ask questions like: Is my weight a problem? I’ve been stressed out at work and feeling a lot of pressure at home, am I doing damage? Is it okay for someone in my condition to have three glasses of wine with dinner every night?

Give your PCP the opportunity to help you achieve a greater balance. Share your concerns with him or her, and ask for guidance.

3. What medications can we stop or minimize?

Overtreatment is no small problem. It’s up to you to let your doctors know about all the drugs and supplements you are taking in order for your care and treatment to be the most effective and positive experience. If you change PCP’s often or go to multiple clinics you may be overtreated or causing harmful effects from the combination of prescriptions you are taking. Often less is more, and that is the ultimate goal of treatment. Be sure to let your doctor know everything you are taking to ensure it is serving your highest good, goals, and health.

There are many reasons to choose a PCP and stick to it. Creating a strong relationship with your PCP allows for the highest level of support and understanding of your unique health and lifestyle goals. The T Off Men’s Health team is here to support you every step of the way and care about the need of each individual.

 

To book your primary care appointment contact our booking specialists at 817-345-0303.

Potential Benefits And Risks Of Testosterone Therapy As You Age

Considering testosterone therapy to help you feel younger and more vigorous as you age? Know the risks before you make your decision.

The promise of testosterone therapy may seem enticing, but there are a lot of misconceptions about what the treatment can and can’t do for you. As you get older, testosterone therapy may sound like the ultimate anti-aging formula.

Yet the health benefits of testosterone therapy for age-related decline in testosterone aren’t as clear as they may seem. Find out what’s known — and not known — about testosterone therapy for normal aging.

What is testosterone?

Testosterone is a hormone produced primarily in the testicles. Testosterone helps maintain men’s:

  • Bone density
  • Fat distribution
  • Muscle strength and mass
  • Facial and body hair
  • Red blood cell production
  • Sex drive
  • Sperm production

What happens to testosterone levels with age?

Testosterone levels generally peak during adolescence and early adulthood. As you get older, your testosterone level gradually declines — typically about 1 percent a year after age 30 or 40. It is important to determine in older men if a low testosterone level is simply due to the decline of normal aging or if it is due to a disease (hypogonadism).

Hypogonadism is a disease in which the body is unable to produce normal amounts of testosterone due to a problem with the testicles or with the pituitary gland that controls the testicles. Testosterone replacement therapy can improve the signs and symptoms of low testosterone in these men. Our physicians prescribe testosterone as an injection.

Does a naturally declining testosterone level cause the signs and symptoms of aging?

Not necessarily. Men can experience many signs and symptoms as they age. Some may occur as a result of lower testosterone levels and can include:

  • Changes in sleep patterns. Sometimes low testosterone causes insomnia or other sleep disturbances.
  • Physical changes. Various physical changes are possible, including increased body fat, reduced muscle bulk and strength, and decreased bone density. Swollen or tender breasts (gynecomastia) and body hair loss are possible. You may have less energy than you used to.
  • Emotional changes. Low testosterone may contribute to a decrease in motivation or self-confidence. You may feel sad or depressed, or have trouble concentrating or remembering things.
  • Changes in sexual function. This may include reduced sexual desire, fewer spontaneous erections — such as during sleep — and infertility.

Some of these signs and symptoms can be caused by various underlying factors, including medication side effects, obstructive sleep apnea, thyroid problems, diabetes and depression. It’s also possible that these conditions may be the cause of low testosterone levels, and treatment of these problems may cause testosterone levels to rise. A blood test is the only way to diagnose a low testosterone level.

Can testosterone therapy promote youth and vitality?

Testosterone therapy can help reverse the effects of hypogonadism, but it’s unclear whether testosterone therapy would have any benefit for older men who are otherwise healthy.

Although some men believe that taking testosterone medications may help them feel younger and more vigorous as they age, few rigorous studies have examined testosterone therapy in men who have healthy testosterone levels. And some small studies have revealed mixed results. For example, in one study healthy men who took testosterone medications increased muscle mass but didn’t gain strength.

What are the risks of testosterone therapy for normal aging?

Testosterone therapy has various risks. For example, testosterone therapy may:

  • Contribute to sleep apnea — a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts
  • Cause acne or other skin reactions
  • Stimulate noncancerous growth of the prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia) and growth of existing prostate cancer
  • Enlarge breasts
  • Limit sperm production or cause testicle shrinkage
  • Increase the risk of a blood clot forming in a deep vein (deep vein thrombosis), which could break loose, travel through your bloodstream and lodge in your lungs, blocking blood flow (pulmonary embolism)

In addition, testosterone therapy may impact your risk of heart disease. Research has had conflicting results, so the exact risk isn’t clear yet.

Should you talk to your doctor about testosterone therapy?

If you wonder whether testosterone therapy might be right for you, talk with your doctor about the risks and benefits. Your doctor will likely measure your testosterone levels at least twice before discussing whether testosterone therapy is an option for you.

A medical condition that leads to an unusual decline in testosterone may be a reason to take supplemental testosterone.

Article source information: https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/sexual-health/in-depth/testosterone-therapy/

What Are The Most Common Allergies??

At T Off Men’s Health, we have allergy solutions. We are able to quickly test 72 of the most common allergens and discover exactly what it is you react to. We then are able to create an elixir that is specific to your allergies that you take overtime and build up an immunity to the allergens.

We are in-network with most major medical insurance companies, some of which cover allergy testing and treatment. This is not something they generally advertise, so its something that you can take advantage of if you are covered. We are happy to contact your insurance company and verify your coverage prior to your visit. You may be missing out on some life-changing coverage if you are an allergy sufferer.

This all sounds great, but what is it that you could be reacting to? Here is a slideshow of just a few common allergens. Take back your quality of life and find out what you are reacting to.

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Our Top 3 Healthy Fall Recipes

Keeping on track with your healthy lifestyle can be challenging especially when the weather starts to get a little colder as fall rolls around. You will notice that you crave more hearty meals and more time on the couch. This can take a toll on your fitness regime, it also offers the opportunity to change things up by doing different outdoor exercises in more comfortable climate (not 100 degrees) and to indulge in healthy, hearty fall meals. There is no need to give up your fall comfort foods, as there are healthy choices you can make that will fulfill the cravings.

Here are 3 of our favorite fast, healthy Fall meals that will keep you feeling satisfied and keep your calorie count down.

Healthiest Pumpkin Oat Protein Pancakes
Prep time: 5 MINS
Cook time: 10 MINS
Total time: 15 MINS
Serving amount: 4 Pancakes

Tender, spiced protein pumpkin pancakes that can be whipped up in the blender. Healthy, simple and perfect for chilly fall mornings.

Ingredients
  • 1/3 cup (27g) oats
  • 1/2 scoop (13g) protein powder 
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice
  • 1/8 teaspoon ginger
  • 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1/3 cup egg whites from a carton
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin purée*
  • Optional: stevia, splash vanilla, pancake syrup, maple syrup, butter, fresh fruit
Instructions
  1. Preheat large skillet or griddle and spray with cooking spray.
  2. Grind oats, protein powder, baking soda, baking powder, spices and stevia (if using) in the blender until it’s flour-like.

  3. Add, to the blender, egg whites and pumpkin and blend for a few seconds.

  4. Pour batter onto preheated griddle to make 4 pancakes; cook for about 5 minutes and until golden brown. Flip and continue to cook about 3 more minutes and until both sides are golden brown.

  5. Serve immediately topped with your favorites and enjoy!

 

 

Sweet Potato Hash Egg Bowl 

Prep time: 15 MINS

Cook time: 20 MINS
Total time: 35 MINS
Serving Amount: 7 Cups

 

A hearty, 5-ingredient breakfast hash with sweet potato, brussels sprouts, and apple! A protein- and fiber-packed meal.

Ingredients
  • 3 slices uncured turkey bacon or regular bacon(for Whole30 Compliant, I used Pederson’s brand)
  • 1 small (108g) diced onion
  • 1 sweet potato (208g) cut into ½-inch cubes
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 2 cups (339g) brussels sprouts, stems removed and quartered
  • 1 apple (118g) diced
  • Optional: eggs, egg whites or a combination of the two*
  • salt + pepper to taste
Instructions
  1. Heat a large skillet over medium heat and add bacon. Cook until desired doneness, then remove from pan to plate lined with a paper towel. When cooled, crumble bacon and set aside.
  2. Reserve about 2 tablespoons bacon grease in a pan and add onion and sweet potato to the skillet and toss to coat. If using turkey bacon, you’ll need to spray skillet with cooking spray or add olive or coconut oil as needed.

  3. Cook until sweet potato has softened, about 10 minutes, then stir in garlic, brussels sprouts and apple and cook for about 10-15 mins longer and until mixture is soft and caramelly. Stir crumbled bacon into the mixture.

  4. In the meantime, poach, fry or scramble eggs, cooking until desired doneness. Serve immediately and enjoy!

Recipe Notes

**Nutritional information only includes the main ingredients for this bowl. It does not include egg, ghee or any other add-in.

Roasted Butternut Squash Brown Rice Holiday Salad
Prep time: 15 MINS
Cook time: 30 MINS
Total time: 45 MINS
Serving Amount: 7 Cups
Ingredients
Dressing:
  • 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon pure maple syrup
  • 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • Prepare dressing by vigorously whisking all ingredients

Salad:

  • 5 cups butternut squash about 1 medium squash, peeled, seeded, and cut into 1-inch cubes*
  • 1 large pear cut into ½-inch pieces
  • ½ cup dried cranberries
  • ¼ cup finely chopped red onion
  • 2 1/2 cups chopped fresh spinach or other favorite green
  • 1 bag Success® Whole Grain Brown Rice 2 cups, prepared
  • fresh parsley for garnish, if desired

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Place butternut squash on a rimmed baking sheet, spray with cooking spray and sprinkle on a dash of salt. Roast for about 30 minutes, and until tender.
  2. Meanwhile, prepare all other ingredients. Cook brown Success® Rice according to package instructions and in a large bowl, combine pear, cranberries, onion, and spinach.
  3. Once squash and rice have cooked, transfer both to a large bowl with other ingredients and stir so that spinach wilts slightly from the heat of the squash and rice.
  4. Pour dressing over the salad and toss gently to combine. Salad can be served warm, at room temperature, or chilled. Garnish with fresh parsley, if desired.

If you need support in your weight loss journey or help to maintain your healthy, balanced lifestyle our providers are here to support you. To make an appointment at the clinic nearest you call 817-345-0303.

Recipes from: https://www.kimscravings.com/30-healthy-fall-recipes/

The Real Causes of Low Testosterone

Low testosterone (low T) affects 4 to 5 million men in the US.
Testosterone is an important hormone in all human bodies, male and female, but is higher and more commonly associated with men. Testosterone naturally starts to decrease each year after age 30, which in some men this can be substantial. It’s not just older men that are affected by low T, young men, even babies, and children, can also have this problem. The key is to recognize the signs of low T and have your levels checked regularly, then to attempt to understand where the dysfunction has originated.

The primary symptoms of low T are actually pretty basic; fatigue, mental cloudiness, moodiness, fat gain, loss of muscle mass, low bone density, a decrease in mood, decrease in sexual desire and lastly low libido.

There are two types of hypogonadism, being primary and secondary hypogonadism which are the causes of Low Testosterone.

Primary hypogonadism

Underactive testes cause primary hypogonadism. That’s because they don’t manufacture sufficient levels of testosterone for optimal growth and health. This underactivity can be caused by an inherited trait or by accident or illness.

Inherited conditions include:

  • Undescended testicles: When the testicles fail to descend from the abdomen before birth
  • Klinefelter’s syndrome: A condition in which a man is born with three sex chromosomes: X, X, and Y.
  • Hemochromatosis: Too much iron in the blood causes testicular failure or pituitary damage

Types of testicle damage that can lead to primary hypogonadism include:

  • Physical injury to the testicles: Injury must occur to both testicles to affect testosterone levels.
  • Mumps orchitis: A mumps infection can injure testicles.
  • Cancer treatment: Chemotherapy or radiation can damage testicles.

Secondary hypogonadism

Secondary hypogonadism is caused by damage to the pituitary gland or hypothalamus. These parts of the brain control hormone production by the testes.

Inherited or disease conditions in this category include:

  • Pituitary disorders caused by drugs, kidney failure, or small tumors
  • Kallmann syndrome, a condition connected to abnormal hypothalamus function
  • Inflammatory diseases, such as tuberculosis, sarcoidosis, and histiocytosis, which can impact the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus
  • HIV/AIDS, which can affect the pituitary gland, hypothalamus, and testes

Acquired circumstances that can lead to Low T include:

  • Normal aging: Aging affects production and response to hormones.
  • Obesity: High body fat can affect hormone production and response.
  • Medications: Opioid pain meds and steroids can affect the function of the pituitary gland and hypothalamus.
  • Concurrent illness: Severe emotional stress or physical stress from an illness or surgery can cause the reproductive system to temporarily shut down.

You may be affected by primary, secondary, or a mixed hypogonadism. Mixed hypogonadism is more common with increased age. The acquired circumstances can be dealt with through a more balanced lifestyle and a higher level of self-care. We can support you in creating a plan to implement more healthy habits in addition to testosterone replacement treatment.

The first step is to know your levels. Come into our clinic for a quick blood test and get your results within 15 minutes. You then have choices that you can discuss with one of our experienced providers. You deserve to feel your best and we are here to make your reality.

Contact our corporate office for any inquiries or booking needs. Call 817-345-0303 today.

Curing Allergies Vs Treating Allergy Symptoms

Do you suffer from allergies? Do you know what it is you are actually allergic to? If you forget your morning allergy pill are you experiencing symptoms all day?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, we have a long-term solution for you.

Did you know that it is possible to essentially cure your allergies and save money doing it?

I did some quick research into the most common over the counter allergy pills and their monthly costs. I discovered the range of cost per month is roughly between $312-$432. Add this cost to what you are already paying monthly for medical insurance and you are looking at a high monthly cost to feel ok, as long as the pills work decently for you and actually last as long as they claim to.

Cetirizine (Zyrtec $32/month= $384 Yearly), fexofenadine (Allegra $26/month= $312 Yearly) and loratadine (Claritin $36/month= $432 Yearly)

Some insurance companies have full coverage of allergy testing and treatment. This means that you can get treatment for what you are already paying monthly. Why not put the money you are already spending to use and save that monthly over the counter treatment cost?

So what is allergy testing and even more so how does the treatment cure allergies?

We perform a quick simple test that covers 72 environmental and food allergies to discover exactly what it is you are reacting to. There are two options for tests:

  • 30-minute scratch test – Skin tests use extracts — a concentrated liquid form — of common allergens like pollen, mold, dust mites, animal dander, and foods. Once the allergen gets in your skin, it could trigger a rash. Your skin will get irritated and may itch, like a mosquito bite.
  • Blood testing – Blood tests for allergies called ELISA studies are the second line method for testing for allergies. It is typically reserved for people who for some medical reason cannot have the scratch test.

Once we have established what it is we are treating, we then decide between two treatment methods:

  • Allergy Injections – Allergy shots essentially help your body to cope better with allergens in the environment. Allergy shots also called “immunotherapy,” may work for you if allergy drugs don’t work well or you have symptoms more than three months a year.
  • Allergy Drops – Allergy drops work the same way as the shots, but are delivered under the tongue. These drops are created specifically for you depending on what is revealed in the allergy testing. They are a special elixer for your needs and are delivered to your house monthly. A very easy option.

Both allergy shots and drops must be taken on a regular basis for many months to work effectively, but have the potential to cure you of your allergies over time.

In closing, why would you not only want to save the yearly cost of over the counter allergy treatments, and put the hard earned money you are already paying for your health care insurance to good use.

To have us check your insurance coverage or to set up an allergy testing appointment at our Dallas, Keller or Fort Worth office call our corporate office at 817-345-0303.

Start feeling your best again with the support of T Off Men’s Health.

 

What Your Yearly Wellness Exam Includes

We have all heard the term “yearly routine physical” but what does it really entail? And why is it important to our overall health and wellness?

First, we would like to point out that most major insurance companies in Texas cover at least one routine physical per year at 100% with labs included. This is because they think that in the long run, early detection may save them money from future claims or coverage once health issues become more serious. If insurance is their business, they are probably right, so why not take advantage of the coverage they are offering and take care of yourself, giving yourself peace of mind.

At T Off Men’s Health in Keller, Dallas, and Fort Worth we focus on total men’s wellness which is a broad subject that includes proper medical care, behavioral health, nutrition, fitness, and spirituality. Our new preventative labs test for the following:

  • Colon cancer risk
  • Lung cancer risk
  • Blood cell analysis
  • Liver/kidney function
  • Thyroid
  • Hormone imbalances
  • Vitamin panel
  • Iron and folic acid
  • Advanced cardiac assessment
  • Inflammation and heart disease risk assessment
  • Pre-diabetes/metabolic assessment
  • Genetic testing for gene mutations that are associated with clotting and heart disease
  • Digestion analysis

Why choose us as your primary care practitioners and book your yearly routine physical?

 

In addition to your routine physical, we are now able to refill prescriptions as your PCP of choice, so we are even more of a one-stop shop for your health and wellness.

So what else do you need to know in order to book your routine physical and choose us as your primary care practitioners team? Let us know. if you have any questions by contacting our corporate office at 817-354-0303.