What is TRT?

City Health Services takes enormous pride in improving the overall health and lives of our patients. We understand that “health” is a very ambiguous term. The areas of health that we introducing to our anti-aging line up of services focus on hormone balancing with testosterone replacement therapies, and weight management with Semaglutide.

TRT stands for Testosterone Replacement Therapy, a medical treatment that involves supplementing or replacing the natural testosterone hormone in the body with synthetic testosterone.

TRT is typically used to treat men with low levels of testosterone, a condition known as hypogonadism, which can cause symptoms such as low libido, fatigue, decreased muscle mass, and bone density. It may also be used to treat other conditions that are related to low testosterone levels, such as delayed puberty or erectile dysfunction.

TRT can be administered in several ways, including injections, patches, gels, and pellets. The specific type of testosterone replacement therapy and dosage will depend on the individual’s needs and health status, and should be discussed with a qualified healthcare provider.

It is important to note that TRT may carry some risks, such as an increased risk of blood clots, sleep apnea, and prostate cancer. Therefore, men considering TRT should be informed of both the potential benefits and risks associated with the treatment, and monitored closely by a healthcare provider.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Our goal is to help you begin feeling as well as you did in your 20’s and 30’s, before your natural testosterone levels began to decrease. In order to accomplish this goal we use a bio-identical hormone replacement therapy to optimize and regulate your testosterone levels as well as several other hormones. Since the hormones we use occur naturally in your body, it greatly reduces many of the adverse side effects commonly associated with synthetic therapies. 

To begin treatment, we need three things need to occur.  First, we need lab work from you.  This will help us understand your current testosterone levels and ensure we get the initial dosing correct.  It will also help us identify anything else that might be going on.  Secondly, we will need a completed intake form with our informed consent.  This will help us understand your health history, current symptoms, and a few lifestyle considerations and goals that will also assist us in determining the best course of action.  Lastly, we bring it all together in consultation with one of our providers.  This is the point where it all comes together.

The lab work, coupled with the information from the intake, will guide the practitioner in asking the right questions to make sure that we get you off on the right foot as quickly as possible with your initial prescription.  Our approach saves you time and money by ensuring we eliminate as much trial and error as possible.

After being on the initial therapy for 60 days, we follow up with you again with additional lab work and another consultation to ensure the treatment works as desired. This also allows us to determine if your physiology requires additional tweaking to ensure the most appropriate dosing and optimal state is achieved. After this follow-up appointment, you will usually only be required to follow up with us once every six months.  Make no mistake, though, if you ever feel that anything is amiss or feel like your hormones are out of balance, please let us know immediately, and we will get you back to the lab for lab work asap.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can TRT be paid for by insurance?

We choose not to accept any commercial insurance for a variety of reasons that compromise the level of care that we consider acceptable.  Unfortunately, the standard of care at all insurance companies disallows our level of care and attention and complicates the process for you as a patient tremendously.


Our program is paid in the form of a monthly membership fee.  The program’s components are Testosterone, Enclomiphene Citrate, Clomid if needed, Anastrozole, all supplies, all lab work, all consultations, and all shipping.  We drop ship your meds directly to your house each month, along with any necessary supplies.  The program costs $299.00 monthly with no extra fees except for the initial lab work charge of $100.00.   We do have discounts for military and first responders as well.  We also are completely month-to-month with no long-term commitment.


We can also provide you with a monthly itemized invoice that many insurance companies will reimburse a portion of.  You will need to explore this option with your specific carrier, but many patients are reimbursed close to $100 monthly.  

HSA and FSA accounts are perfectly acceptable forms of payment.  

If you would like to determine if you are a candidate, please let us know, and we will be more than happy to help.

Why should I consider having HRT done by City Health Services?

We provide a wide array of services for our patients; this includes keeping up with our patient’s needs and desires as they age. We already build a great relationship with our patients, so why not return to the same place for other services too?

Are you ready to explore Testosterone Replacement Therapy?