This link contains informational videos about our all-natural Hormone Replacement Therapy: testimonials from actual patients, endorsements from employees at bioTE® Medical and recent news clips about our BHRT pellets.
This website contains information about our Hormone Replacement Therapy pellets.
If you are starting an exercise program, this link allows you to download a Fort Wayne Regional Trail Map.
This post from Medicine Plus explains the causes of wrist pain and carpal tunnel syndrome, as well as home care suggestions, and gives you suggestions on when you should call a Medical Professional. The end of the article has prevention tips.
This article published in the American Industrial Hygiene Association describes how muscloskeletal disorders (MSDs) occur and provides ergonomic suggestions to avoid MSDs at work.
This article from The Legal Examiner provides important safety steps that you can take to help avoid accidents and injury at work.
This web link helps distinguish between a strain and a sprain, provides the symptoms for each, and identifies causes and risk factors.
This article explains the symptoms of sciatic nerve pain, risk factors and treatment options.
This web page provides hints on ways to avoid back pain.
This page on Webmd.com provides detailed information about the goal of an EMG, how to prepare for this test and how the EMG is performed.
This web page shares ways to prevent neck pain.
These are the most commonly asked questions we hear from our male patients about our all-natural bio-identical hormone replacement therapy.
This brochure provides a brief overview of our bio-identical hormone replacement therapy and the benefits you can experience over other hormone replacement therapy treatment options.
This brochure explains what pellet hormone replacement therapy is and how it can benefit men.
This brochure explains what pellet hormone replacement therapy is and how it can benefit women.
If you are trying to get in better physical shape or lose weight - this form will help you keep a record of your fitness activities. Please consult your medical professional before beginning an exercise regime.
This is an abstract/summary of a study that shows the decrease in surgery rates when patients visited a Physiatrist for back pain.