Our Programs

Get the healthcare you need with our personalized treatment plans.

Hair Loss Treatment

Losing your hair is not something anybody wants to see happen. However, many causes of hair loss are completely out of an individual’s control. Temporary or permanent hair loss can come about because of genetics, hormonal changes, or a medical condition. Additionally, hair loss is associated with aging. Although hair loss can happen to both men and women, it tends to be much more prevalent in men.

Combining hereditary hair loss with aging leads to the most common cause of baldness. And even though many people choose to go bald and forget about the topic of hair, others actively seek ways to recover what has been lost.

Sexual Wellness

Sex is a natural part of life that offers a wide range of benefits to several facets of your health; from reducing the risk of certain diseases to deepening the bonds of intimacy between you and your partner. However, sexual health and wellness are topics that many men tend to shy away from, especially if they are experiencing problems in these areas. A healthy sex life is something everyone should be able to enjoy and embrace at any age, though unfortunately, this is not always the case.

Anxiety Treatment

You may not have realized, but anxiety in Americans is at an all-time high. No matter how alone you may feel in your struggle with anxiety, you can be sure that many others are going through a similar experience, and while this knowledge does nothing to alleviate your own experience, you may take comfort in knowing that there is help out there for you and the many others who suffer from this very common and very disruptive issue. 

Weight Loss

If you are interested in losing weight, you have probably done quite a bit of reading on the subject. By now you probably know that weight gain can be attributed to many different causes. Among them, you may have seen some weight creep up due to an underactive thyroid gland. As a result, your metabolism has slowed and you have started putting on weight. Or it could be that you have been using insulin to manage your diabetes and have also experienced weight gain. Another possibility could be that you have had to be under a steroid treatment to treat conditions such as asthma or arthritis. These tablets tend to increase appetite in some people which leads to weight gain. Or you may have put on weight simply as a result of the passage of time since as people age, they tend to become less active, lose muscle mass, and put on weight. Or you may simply feel tired and stressed and use eating as an emotional tool to deal with these situations.

Cholesterol Testing

Cholesterol is found in our blood as well as every cell of the body. It is a fat-like, waxy substance that is necessary in order for cells and organs to be healthy. Cholesterol is produced by the liver, but it also enters into the body from outside, through the digestive system from many foods that people consume such as eggs, meat, poultry, or dairy products. When you eat foods that contain a high amount of dietary fat, your liver will produce more cholesterol. While this may not be problematic, it could pose health risks to certain people or in elevated counts.

Cryogen Therapy

Cryogenic therapy is a treatment technique used to expose your body to extremely cold temperatures for several minutes at a time. Cryogenic therapy can be delivered to one part of the body, inside the body, or to the whole body, and the health and wellness benefits can be seen after just a two-minute session and sustained with sessions regularly.

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a condition associated with getting or keeping an erection for sexual intercourse. Erectile dysfunction is occasionally common for most men and can be intensified with stress, however, chronic ED could be a warning signal of more serious health problems. 

The American Family Physician’s data states that over 12 million men are affected by ED. Erectile dysfunction could be caused by vascular, neurologic, psychological, or hormonal imbalances. A healthy diet and healthful lifestyle choices have worked as a treatment for male sexual dysfunction as well as treating underlying health concerns. Many have improved their sex life by addressing other health concerns contributing to sexual dissatisfaction.

Hypertension Treatment

You have probably heard hypertension described as the silent killer, and the condition has earned this phrase because its effects on the human body may not be obvious until it’s too late. Fortunately, these days hypertension is well understood and there are plenty of ways to treat it, many of which are steps you can take on your own.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy

There are many reasons why a man might consider testosterone replacement therapy and many potential benefits and risks of testosterone therapy that must be considered when researching this treatment option and discussing it with a medical professional. The team at Med Smart is ready to have this conversation with you as soon as possible and will be happy to work with you in order to get your libido back, your energy levels up, and more. There are many times where someone may believe that they would benefit from testosterone replacement therapy, however, only to find that there are other issues that aren’t due to low testosterone that must be addressed. We will be able to go through a battery of tests with you to determine whether or not testosterone treatment is the right option for you, as well as to discuss the benefits of testosterone therapy.

Veins Treatment

Veins perform a range of essential tasks in the body, although they often may be the unsung heroes: they transport deoxygenated blood from different areas of the body, and then back to the heart to receive much-needed oxygen. They must work hard and go against gravity to achieve this task, with no rest. To get the blood back up to the heart, they are helped by the muscles in the legs. There are valves within those veins that prevent the blood from flowing back down towards the feet. This constant opening and closing of the valves in the legs combined with their fight against gravity make these veins much more likely to develop an unsightly appearance and, in some instances, other medical complications. Spider and varicose veins are common due to these valves not functioning as they should, causing enlargement of these veins and resulting in visible vein patterns across the legs.