Select Your Style

Choose your layout

Color scheme

Low Testosterone Treatment in Charlotte, NC

The Area's Leading Expert in Therapy for Low-T

Don't Let Low-T Slow You Down

A low sex drive, loss of lean muscle, and memory problems can be a few of the possible signs of low testosterone. If you’re concerned about your hormone levels, contact Dr. John Hettiarachchi. Dr. Hettiarachchi is a men’s sexual health specialist with extensive experience successfully treating low testosterone. His treatment plans are proven to help men restore their overall energy and reversing problems caused by hormone imbalances. If you have questions about your symptoms or you’d like to schedule an appointment, call his office near Lake Norman, or use the appointment request form today.

What is Low Testosterone?

Low testosterone (also known as male hypogandism) causes a hormone imbalance resulting in various uncomfortable symptoms for men.
Men all over the country experience below-average testosterone in varying degrees of severity. While loss of testosterone is normal as men age, the process can be exacerbated by things like stress, medications, obesity, alcoholism, or preexisting illnesses. Some of the symptoms of low testosterone include:
  • loss of or lowered libido
  • increased fat content
  • loss of muscle tone
  • lower energy levels
  • fatigue
  • mood swings or depression
  • erectile dysfunction
  • hair loss


Treatments at the Charlotte Center for Pelvic Health

How is Low Testosterone Treated?

There are a couple of different options for treating low testosterone on the market, including intramuscular injections, testosterone patches, and testosterone gels that can be regularly applied. At our clinic, we use Bio Identical Hormone Treatment, which is a pellet-based therapy designed to give you the best results possible in the most convenient way.

In addition to hormone therapy to treat the cause of Low T symptoms, we also offer treatments that can help erase individual symptoms like loss of muscle tone or increased fat content.

Treating Low T:

Individual Symptom Treatments:

FAQs About Low Testosterone