HGH Doctor is a hormone replacement therapy (HRT) clinic specializing in hormone balancing for men and women. We provide safe and effective forms of HRT that are medically proven to restore optimal hormonal well-being.
Our clinic focuses on human growth hormone and testosterone therapies – two hormones that decrease with age. By bringing these hormones back into proper balance, many other health and wellness issues naturally improve.
Hormonal balance improves energy, weight management, focus, circulation, digestion, physical appearance, and even sexual performance.
Through proper hormone treatment, we can help improve your emotional, mental, and physical performance, no matter your age.
While offering personalized hormone replacement therapies, we demystify the misconceptions about the various treatment options and what they can provide. Treatment is customized to the individual needs of the client. Hormone therapy should never be a one-size-fits-all type of treatment. Every person receives the finest level of care and only the treatment necessary for his or her body to regain hormonal balance.
Conor Sheehy Dr. Sheehy completed his BS in Molecular Biology at the University of Idaho and went on to complete his Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) at the University of Washington in Seattle. Since graduation, He has enjoyed varied experience in the areas of psychiatric pharmacy, retail pharmacy, and has worked as a provider with 1-on-1 patient appointments to manage anticoagulation medication (treatment of blood clots) and diabetes medications. He is able to work as a provider because of Washington State’s groundbreaking Senate Bill 5557, which makes Washington the first state in the country to require healthplans to recognize pharmacists as part of the healthcare team.
Kimberly Langdon M.D. is a retired, board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist with 19-years of clinical experience. She graduated from The Ohio State University College of Medicine earning Honors in many rotations. She then completed her OB/GYN residency program at The Ohio State University Medical Center.
Beside obstetrics, she specialized in gynecologic diseases such as menopause, bioidentical hormones, osteoporosis, sexual dysfunction, menstrual disorders, vaginitis, infertility, contraception, pelvic pain, sexually transmitted infections, polycystic ovarian syndrome, endometriosis, and minimally-invasive surgeries.
She was sought out as a menopausal expert and was one of the first to prescribe bioidentical hormones for the symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes, moodiness, night sweats, and sex drive issues. One of the most common complaints of women in the menopause was vagina dryness due to atrophy.
When estrogen levels plummet, the collagen and blood supply in the vaginal decrease, which results in thinned vaginal walls that are less elastic, and leads to decreased lubrication and pH. This loss of strength results in pain during sex, bladder irritation, and urinary leakage.
She is Founder of Coologics, Inc., a medical device company. She is the inventor of six patent-pending medical devices for both life-threatening and non-life-threatening conditions. Her products are the first and only non-chemical cure for treating microbial infections such as yeast infections.
Private Practice 1995-2010
Coqui Prose, Utuado, PR – Senior Addiction and Medical Writer
Physician in Private Practice, Sacramento, CA – Physician and Owner
BayMark Health (BAART), Sacramento, CA – Medical Director
Strategies for Change, Sacramento, CA – Medical Director
University of California, School of Medicine, Dept of Immunulogy, Davis, CA – Research Assistant
University of Michigan Medical School, Dept. of Immunology, Ann Arbor, MI – Research Assistant
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