Get Through Menopause With SWL
BIO-IDENTICAL HORMONE THERAPY
Improving the quality of life for men and women of all ages
Robert 0. Zimmerman, M.D. is an Internal Medicine Physician specializing in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine with 10 years in private practice natural alternative to synthetic hormone replacement therapy, began to seek out available options. In his search for a safer, more effective way of treating patients with sometimes debilitating hormone deficiencies he discovered subcutaneous bio-identical hormone pellets to be the superior choice in hormone replacement therapy.
Dr. Zimmerman has implemented subcutaneous bio-identical hormone therapy into his practice to better treat his patients and others who suffer with the sometimes-devastating effects of hormone deficiencies.
Dr. Zimmerman is the recipient of the 2006 MVP Diamond Award for Outstanding Service and Success with Bio-Identical Hormones.
Frequently Asked Questions
I thought "hormones" were something only menopausal women have trouble with?
This is a common belief. The decline of a woman's hormones generally occurs at
menopause when her levels drop rapidly and dramatically. Menopause is often accompanied by symptoms and weight gain. Of course, men have hormones too. Current medical research now defines the male equivalent to menopause as andropause. Men experience a more gradual decline in hormone levels.