We are thyroid experts and can get your thyroid right.
Dr. Scott is highly experienced at diagnosing and treating thyroid issues, utilizing holistic as well as standard medical protocols based on the latest medical discoveries and research studies.
Unfortunately it is all too common to find those who have many or even all of the symptoms of thyroid disorders who were “tested” earlier and told that everything is “normal”. Or, in some cases, were put on thyroid medication that did not resolve their symptoms.
At Renewed Vitality, we have found that a much more thorough testing protocol results in isolating issues with thyroid function that are often missed with traditional testing.
As well, individualized, correct treatments do result in most patients beginning to feel better within days or weeks of the first visit, with the majority showing great improvement shortly thereafter.
Is it time for you to feel better, have more energy and reclaim your life?
Understanding the Thyroid Function
Thyroid is known as the master hormone. Thyroid regulates metabolism and body temperature among other functions. It can have everything to do with one’s energy levels, body weight and even cognitive function.
Thyroid hormone helps remove cellular waste, increases fat breakdown, improves hair growth of the scalp and eyebrows, and reduce cholesterol levels and body weight. It is vital in the prevention of cognitive deterioration.
Thyroid hormone is also critical for fertility in women. Many women who go through expensive infertility treatments simply need thyroid hormone replacement.
Common Thyroid Disorders
We are able to treat a wide variety of thyroid disorders including:
- Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid)
- Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid)
- Hashimoto’s Disease
- Graves Disease, and
- other thyroid disorders.
Under-Active Thyroid or Hypothyroidism
An underactive thyroid is the most common disorder of the thyroid that we treat.
In short, hypothyroidism is a condition where the thyroid gland is not providing enough thyroid hormone, or is not properly utilizing the thyroid hormone that is produced, to adequately drive the metabolism of the body, causing symptoms associated with a slow metabolism.
Common Symptoms of Hypothyroidism
- Fatigue or lack of energy
- Weight gain
- Can’t Lose weight
- Dry, coarse hair
- Dry skin
- Hair loss
- Cold intolerance
- Cold hands and feet
- Muscle cramps
- Frequent muscle aches
- Memory loss
- Abnormal menstrual cycles
- Decreased libido
READY TO SCHEDULE A VISIT?
We take your wellness and your values very seriously and will not rush you into any decision. If what you’ve seen so far has inspired you, schedule a visit with us. If not, keep browsing through the site! When you’re ready to visit with us, we’ll be here, ready to listen.