Services

The most common symptoms of Low T are fatigue, low libido (sex drive), weight gain, muscle weakness, muscle loss, erectile dysfunction (ED) and anxiety.
annual physical exam equipment
Annual wellness exams play an integral role in identifying early risk factors and promoting a healthier lifestyle. Men often wait until it’s too late, don’t be that guy! And most annual wellness exams are fully covered by insurance.
erectile dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is common and can be caused by Low T and other factors. Patient treatment is individualized. Our P-Shot is highly effective, extremely safe, and has changed the lives of some of our patients.

NAD therapy has been proven to be an effective solution to help treat addiction. NAD is also known to help reverse aging, increase energy levels, improve mental clarity and memory, and regulate blood pressure and cholesterol.
Men’s Total Health offers ancillary shots and vitamin supplements to help boost your immune system, promote weight loss, to give your body an energy boost and to provide certain vitamins that may be missing from an individuals diet.
IV Therapy is a great way to deliver nutrition, vitamins, and electrolytes to give you the boost and energy you crave. IVs are great for hangover relief, anti-inflammatory properties, and immune system boosts.
sleep apnea treatment

Sleep apnea is a common issue and causes daytime fatigue, insomnia, and can lead to serious medical conditions.

Low T treatments will assist with weight loss and muscle mass gains. However, it’s not the only treatment we have to help men lose weight. We can get you on a plan that’s right for you. Ask today about our extremely popular and effective Semaglutide (Ozempic) treatment! 

PRP can stimulate cellular regeneration and tissue repair using your own blood. MTH utilizes PRP for hair regeneration (your real hair), P-Shots (ED, size increase), and O-shots (for women to increase sensitivity and orgasm, fix incontinence). All three treatment types have been extremely effective with patients.