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Reach your Vitali-T

Astoria, Oregon
 

Serving OR & WA residents in person & virtually

 "bringing progressive medical therapies to coastal small towns"

brick-&-mortar location NOW OPEN
 

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EXPLORE
WELLNESS THERAPIES
Start treatment in as little as seven days

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Medical

Weight Loss

(Men & Women)

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HOW IT WORKS

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Start treatment in as little as seven days

Choose

Complete the Contact FormEnroll, or Self-Schedule using the menu

Analysis

Complete specially-tailored lab draw at your local laboratory

Treatment

After your lab draw, we'll schedule a virtual telemed visit to discuss results and treatment options

Maintain

Follow-ups

conducted virtually

(every 3-6 months)

Dry Woods

Common Symptoms of
Low Testosterone:

  • Fatigue 

  • Depression

  • Low Libido

  • Decreased performance

  • Weight gain

  • Loss of muscle mass

  • Loss of motivation

  • Erectile Dysfunction

  • Thinning hair

  • Irritability 

  • Increased recovery times

 

If you have symptoms, Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) might be for you.

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“Finally, an alternate place to go close to home on the coast."

Alex, OR

Man in Nature

Why the concierge self-pay model?

The answer is simple:​ WE CAN HELP MEN FEEL LIKE A MAN AGAIN

Testosterone Replacement Therapy | Hormone Replacement Therapy | Peptides | Weight Loss | Erectile Dysfunction​

We do not bill insurance. There are many reasons why we do not practice under the restrictive
insurance billing model: 

  • Insurance companies restrict access to much needed therapies for men in the U.S. of A. 

  • Self-pay allows fewer visits (2-3/year with a cash pay structure)

  • Self-pay allows for more liberal and progressive prescribing practices

  • We can treat you, the patient, not a number (as required by insurance)

  • The current guidelines suggest that normal testosterone levels are as low as 240 ng/dL for all ages, for all body types, for all men. This leaves many men theoretically not treated because of this ridiculously low level set as what is "normal". They shouldn't be able to decide what is normal for you. 

  • Decisions are under your control, not the insurance underwriters

  • American men have low T due to endocrine disruptors and estrogenic causes: BPA, dioxins, perchlorate, phthalates, pytoestrogens, PBDE, PCB, triclosan, dietary changes, fats, soy, micro-plastic accumulation, weight gain, and decreased activity to name but a few.

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