Dr. Abraham Jacob – Hormone Replacement Therapy Testimonial

Dr. Jacob’s own success with Hormone Replacement Therapy was a part of the inspiration to create Heart Vitality in Plano, TX.

When Dr. Jacob was in his mid-40s, he started experiencing extreme exhaustion. It was more than just the demands of raising two boys and running a busy cardiology practice.  He was not resting well and so even a 10-minute drive left him fatigued. The lack of energy was debilitating and concerning.dr-abraham-jacob

A colleague, who Dr. Jacob noticed had a lot of energy and looked very fit, shared his success with hormone replacement therapy.

Dr. Jacob decided to get educated and learn the science behind hormone replacement therapy. He took a course in age management through Cenegenics.  He also had his own bloodwork done and the results showed that his hormones where low.

After Dr. Jacob began testosterone injections, he finally had the required energy and motivation to exercise on a regular basis. Instead of hitting the couch after work, he had the stamina to hit the gym. Balanced hormones and daily exercise resulted in an increase in lean muscle mass.

Now in his early 50s, Dr. Jacob feels that he is more fit than he was in his youth.

With his own hormone balancing success, Dr. Jacob was thrilled to be able to help his cardio patients. In the past, he was able to give them the right medication to help control their heart disease and Diabetes. Now, he is also able to help them balance their hormones so that they have the motivation and energy to exercise and eat healthy.

Dr. Jacob is dedicated to helping patients improve their quality of life. His approach to the science of age management has been shown to decrease the risk of age-related disease, increase physical and sexual vitality, improve sleep quality, increase muscle tone, decrease body fat and sharpen mental acuity.

Just like Dr. Jacob, we encourage you to take the first step in improving your quality of life.

Please call Heart & Vitality at 972-596-7399 to schedule your initial bloodwork.