Testosterone may be administered, when clinically appropriate, through 1 of 3 methods, depending on the patient’s needs: intramuscular injections, transdermal applications or pellet implants.

Intramuscular injections

Testosterone Cypionate is given by injection once every 7 to 14 days. Dosing is dependent on your age, testing results and symptoms. The testosterone injections we prescribe are only manufactured by FDA-Approved manufacturers. Testosterone injections are given in our clinics or you can self-inject at home.

Transdermal Application

Testosterone is applied to the skin using a gel or cream on a daily basis. The concentration of testosterone in the blood goes up within a few doses.

Pellet Implant

Many methods of delivery can be utilized to administer bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, however, data shows the most efficient method by way of absorption and availability to deliver hormones in both men and women is by pellet implant. BHRT pellets contain either estradiol or testosterone, which are pressed, or fused into tiny solid cylinders that for reference, are smaller than a tic tac and slightly larger than a grain of rice. They deliver consistent and healthy levels of hormones for 3-5 months in women and 4-6 months in men. Pellets dissolve inside the body on their own and are re-implanted two to four times a year depending on how rapidly the patient metabolizes the hormones. Pellets avoid the fluctuations of hormone levels seen with other methods of delivery, providing more consistent hormone levels over a longer period. Unlike conventional or synthetic hormone replacement therapy, pellets do not increase the risk of blood clots.


Your initial total testosterone blood test is free.

If your initial test shows you are a candidate for our low testosterone therapy we will have you complete an extensive testing panel and an in-depth consultation with our provider about your course of treatment. The cost for the initial consultation and examination is $150 and the lab testing panels are $145-$175.

The cost of pellet implants are $580 for woman and $780-$820 for men depending on dosing.

The costs of injections are $50 per week. Follow up lab testing may be required in 12 weeks, depending on our physician’s analysis of your progress.

The cost for transdermal cream applications is different and usually runs $80-$150 per month. We send specific scripts to the pharmacy and you will pay them directly.

We require patients to pay for their treatment at the time of service. We accept major credit cards, debit cards, cash, flex and HSA cards. We also accept the Help Card and Care Credit both offer NO INTEREST payment plans to those who qualify.

If you have insurance, upon request, we will provide you with a form that gives you the proper codes to submit to your insurance company. Any insurance reimbursement will go directly to you.

Improve your future health and happiness

Call our office today to set an appointment for low testosterone testing or complete our online consultation formto see if you might benefit from low testosterone therapy.