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About

Base Healthcare

At Base Healthcare Men’s Health Clinic, we specialize in men’s health because we understand that you are unique and deserve personalized care. Our goal is to help you achieve optimal health and wellness by taking a science-backed and holistic approach to men’s healthcare. Our practice upholds the highest medical standards, and we provide a comfortable and confidential environment where you can openly discuss your health concerns and receive comprehensive care. Don’t settle for generic medical care; choose Base Healthcare Men’s Health Clinic for professional and convenient care. 

At our clinic, we understand the importance of maintaining optimal testosterone levels for men, and we are here to help. Our FDA-approved oral testosterone therapy is a safe and effective way to increase testosterone levels and improve symptoms such as low energy, decreased sex drive, and difficulty building muscle mass. 

Before starting any treatment, our clinicians will conduct a comprehensive evaluation, including blood work, to determine if oral testosterone therapy is right for you. If indicated, our certified clinicians will prescribe a personalized treatment plan to help you achieve optimal testosterone levels. 

Don’t let low testosterone levels hold you back from living your best life. Schedule an appointment today and take the first step towards optimal health and wellness. 

About Base healtcare Services
Mission
Mission

Our mission at Base Healthcare is to empower men to achieve their optimal health and well-being. We are dedicated to providing personalized and compassionate care, promoting preventative measures, and educating our patients on healthy lifestyle choices. 

Vision
Vision

Our vision is to improve outcomes for men’s health through innovative care. Whether it’s through in-person visits at our clinics or virtual telehealth appointments, our goal is to provide exceptional care and improve the health and well-being of all members of our community. 

OUR ORAL TREATMENT

Patients on Base Healthcare treatment have reported the following:

Quality of Life

Quality of Life

Energy

Energy/Fatigue

Positive Mood

Positive Mood

Erectile Function

Erectile Function

Intercourse Satisfaction

Intercourse Satisfaction

No needles, no mess

No needles, no mess

No liver toxicity

No liver toxicity

No drug

No drug related SAEs (serious adverse events)

Testosterone levels

Nearly 9 out of 10 men achieved normal testosterone levels after 90 days of treatment

  1. IPSS, International Prostate Symptom Score.
  2. SF-36, Short Form Health Survey 36 item.
  3. PDQ, Pyschosexual Daily Questionnaire.
  4. IIEF, International Index of Erectile Function

Why Oral Testosterone?

No peaks and valleys associated with injections
No absorption issues associated with gels
Better sleep
Sharpened cognition and memory
Improvements in libido (sex drive)
Increased muscle mass and bone density

A Little Bit About Testosterone

Testosterone is one of the most misunderstood hormones, despite its fundamental role in regulating sex drive and muscle growth in men. Aside from these functions, testosterone is a crucial player in various systems within the body.

FACT

From 1999 to 2016, testosterone levels have declined in adolescent and young adult men.[1]

What is Testosterone Deficiency?

Testosterone deficiency, or hypogonadism, simply means having very low levels of testosterone. It can occur when there is a problem with the testes, which causes the sex glands to produce fewer sex hormones. It can also indicate that your pituitary gland or hypothalamus aren’t functioning properly.

As a man ages, it is normal for his testosterone levels to decrease, typically about 1% every year after age 30. Testosterone deficiency can occur in men of any age, however. It is estimated that nearly 15 out of 100 million men in the United states, ages 25-75 are hypogonadal, meaning their bodies do not produce sufficient levels of testosterone.

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FACT

Approximately 50% of men with obesity are testosterone deficient.[2]

FACT

Testosterone deficiency has a nearly 70% comorbidity rate with erectile dysfunction.[3]