Richardson Pain & Wellness Offers New Anti-Aging and HGC Sermorelin Treatments in DFW Texas

August 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Richardson Pain & Wellness is now offering innovative Human Chorionic Gonadotropin and Sermorelin options for anti-aging treatments in Richardson, Texas.

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) is a hormone that helps jumpstart the metabolism so that it solely burns fat while also preserving the lean tissue of the muscles. With an HCG treatment, a patient on a diet and exercise routine will not only be able to develop a fit and toned body faster than expected, but they’ll even have loads of energy to do so.

Another treatment option is sermorelin. Sermorelin is another name for Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH), and it stimulates the pituitary gland to produce optimal levels of Human Growth Hormone, which can help improve everything from a person’s energy level to their healing capacity and even the appearance of wrinkles. Basically, it allows a person to benefit from increased HGH without the risks of direct HGH administration.

"Everyone gets older, but some seem to age faster than others. There are 50 year olds that look like they are 30, and 40 year olds who look and feel like they are 60. Why is this the case, you might ask. Often, it’s because the body naturally stops producing certain hormones as we age, ones that are essential to the metabolism, muscle mass, and mental function. Rather than a cream or magic “cleanse” that promises to turn back the clock, simply supplementing depleted hormones can literally have the body running like it did back when it was 25, enabling a person to live their best life where age is simply a number," says Richardson Pain & Wellness.

There are many, many products and “experts” out there who claim to be able to lessen or even reverse the effects of aging, and most offer just one solution. Take this pill, try this cream, go on this diet, etc. Richardson Pain & Wellness says they won’t recommend treatments until without reviewing the medical history, goals of their patients. Armed with that knowledge they can develop a plan that is perfectly suited to the individual's needs. In addition to their anti-aging treatments, Richardson Pain & Wellness can combine them with a personalized wellness plan to strengthen a patient's reenergized body so the results will last longer letting patients look and feel even better.

Richardson Pain & Wellness is a medical wellness clinic in Richardson, Texas that specializes in anti-aging injections, conservative pain management, testosterone replacement therapy, hormone replacement therapy, vitamin B12 therapy, medical weight loss, joint injections, physical therapy, HGC therapy, thyroid treatments and other wellness therapies. For more information about low testosterone in Richardson call Richardson Pain & Wellness at (972) 907-1125 to schedule a consultation. Their office is located at Richardson Pain & Wellness 777 S Central Expy #6e, Richardson, Texas 75080 next door to Fish and Tails just off the Northbound Interstate 75 access road.


For more information about Richardson Pain & Wellness, contact the company here:

Richardson Pain & Wellness
Dr. Z.
(972) 907-1125
Richardson Pain & Wellness 777 S. Central Expy #6E Richardson, TX 75080 (972) 907-1125

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