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Pellet Therapy with Lance Justice, MD

Pellet Therapy with Lance Justice, MD

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Do you often experience low energy, trouble sleeping, reduced sex drive, difficulty concentrating, or issues losing weight? The problem may lie within your hormones. Hormones play a crucial role in regulating energy levels, sleep patterns, libido, cognition,
and weight management, among others. When hormones are out of balance, it can disrupt your day-to-day life and it’s important to find a solution to help restore balance. One solution is bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), or pellet therapy.

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy involves using pellets containing hormones that are structurally similar to the hormones produced naturally by your body. These pellets, about the size of a grain of rice, are inserted under the skin and release hormones
gradually to help optimize hormone levels. Most BHRT pellet therapy patients find relief from symptoms as early as four weeks, while some see the most benefits after their second treatment.

Contrary to popular belief, hormone therapy through BHRT is not exclusive to menopausal women dealing with symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats. Hormone therapy can benefit any individual who is experiencing the symptoms mentioned above. In my decade of practice using hormone pellet therapy, I’ve seen significant improvements in patients, including many men who have observed positive changes in their partners and then opted for the therapy themselves. It is amazing to think that a pellet, not much bigger than a grain of rice, can have such a positive effect on your body.

If you’re experiencing any of the symptoms mentioned and would like to learn more about BHRT as a possible treatment, call Cullman Regional Medical Group OB-GYN Clinic at 256-725-5277 to schedule a consultation.


Dr. Lance Justice is an OB-GYN physician with Cullman Regional Medical Group and has 10
years of experience providing BHRT to patients. He attended medical school at West
Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg, West Virginia followed by a residency
in obstetrics and gynecology at Oklahoma State University Medical Center in Tulsa,
Oklahoma. He was named the American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians and
Gynecologists (ACOOG) National Mentor of the Year in 2022.

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