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Dr. Susan Linder, Specializing in Pellet, Bioidentical Hormone Therapy, Menopause and Andropause
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX - As baby boomers age, an unprecedented number of women will pass through menopause in the next two decades, and today, women can live over one-third of their years after menopause.
Dallas/Fort Worth women (and men) now have a doctor who specializes in treating the signs of aging including menopause as well as andropause (the male menopause).
Signs of Hormonal Imbalance
- Hot Flashes
- Weight Gain
- Muscle Loss
- Lost Libido
- Mood Swings
- Decreased Bone Density
- Low Energy
“I am excited to have a practice dedicated to helping patients find optimal health through preventative medicine integrated with bioidentical hormone therapy,” said Dr. Linder. “Hormonal imbalances such as menopause, andropause, perimenopause and PMS are facts of life, but that doesn’t mean people have to suffer with the uncomfortable symptoms.”
Dr. Linder is a specialist in pellet therapy, bioidentical hormones and hormone therapy. She educates patients about the best treatment options for their individual symptoms integrated with proper fitness and nutrition.
According to Dr Linder; best practices in patient care means meeting personally with a physician qualified in BHRT, providing prescriptions from reputable and knowledgeable compounding pharmacies, using proper diagnostic testing integrated with comprehensive patient symptoms and balancing the entire symphony of hormones integrated with proper fitness, nutrition and lifestyle.
“The goal is to balance the symphony of hormones. Bioidentical hormone therapy focuses on maintaining a healthy, vibrant, mentally sharp, sexually active life while building the body’s natural defense against age-related diseases,” said Linder.
About Dr. Susan Linder
Susan K. Linder, M.D. attended medical school at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and completed her physical medicine and rehabilitation residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. She is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and subspecialty board certified in Pain Medicine. Recently, Dr. Linder pursued further medical education and training in the area of anti-aging medicine. She has become an active member of the American Academy for Anti-aging Medicine, and is a member of the Fellowship in Anti-Aging and Functional Medicine. Throughout the years Dr. Linder practiced physical medicine and rehabilitation, she became acutely aware of the devastation caused by sedentary living, lack of nutrition and fitness, and imbalanced hormones. This discovery is what motivated her to expand her practice focus on preventive medicine and bioidentical hormone therapy serving both men and women.
Dr. Susan Linder: 2800 S. Hulen Street - Suite 203
Fort Worth, Texas 76109