How to create your online account with our new medical records system.

Posted on May 24, 2024

https://mycw202.ecwcloud.com/portal25221/jsp/100mp/login_otp.jsp

 

To create your online account with our new medical records system and take advantage of new services like online scheduling, patient portal, access to records....... click the link and follow the directions. 

 

If you are totally new to the practice, use the "new to practice" tab. If you have been seen at Optimal Health before but not since 2/1/24 use the "don't have a portal account" tab. 

 

To further enjoy the benefits download the Healow app and create a profile here as well. 

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What is NAD and why you should know about it.

Posted on May 10, 2024
🌟 What is NAD? 🌟
 
NAD is a coenzyme found in every cell of your body, playing a crucial role in various biological processes, including energy production, DNA repair, and cell signaling.
 
As we age, our NAD levels naturally decline, leading to decreased energy, diminished cognitive function, and accelerated aging.
 
Replenishing NAD levels through supplementation can offer many benefits including focus, energy, and vitality.
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Human Cellular Tissue Products

Posted on April 30, 2024
Human Cellular Tissue Products (scientifically known as exosomes) represent a groundbreaking frontier in medical science, offering promising avenues for regenerative medicine, tissue repair, and therapeutic interventions. These products harness the power of human cells and tissues to address a wide range of medical conditions and injuries.
 
One of the key advantages of HCTPs is their ability to stimulate the body's natural healing processes. These cellular products can promote tissue regeneration, reduce inflammation, and modulate immune responses. This makes them valuable tools for treating conditions ranging from orthopedic injuries and chronic wounds to autoimmune disorders and degenerative diseases.
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Phong Dang, PA-C is back at Optimal Health

Posted on April 26, 2024 by Dr. Noel R. Williams
We are thrilled to introduce you to our newest Optimal Health provider, Phong Dang, PA-C.
 
Focused on endocrinology, Phong adds his expertise in diabetes, thyroid, and hormone management as well as other complex endocrine issues. Phong has years of experience with hormone replacement therapy as well. 
 
 
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Men's Hormone Health

Posted on April 10, 2024 by Dr. Noel R. Williams

https://youtu.be/NNzg-4iYbL8

Optimized hormones are an important component of living your best life. We understand each patient has different needs, goals, and clinical parameters.

 

 We individualize health care plans based on intake, lab work, and science with extensive follow-up to ensure safety and the best outcomes to help you reclaim vitality and love life again. Hormone imbalances in men can have a significant impact on both physical and mental health including:

Decreased Libido: Testosterone plays a crucial role in male libido (sex drive). Low testosterone levels can lead to a decreased interest in sex and may contribute to erectile dysfunction.

Erectile Dysfunction: Testosterone is essential for achieving and maintaining erections. Hormonal imbalances, particularly low testosterone levels, can contribute to difficulties in achieving or sustaining erections.

Fatigue and Low Energy: Testosterone helps regulate energy levels in men. Low testosterone levels can lead to fatigue, decreased energy levels, and feelings of lethargy.

Loss of Muscle Mass and Strength: Testosterone is involved in the development and maintenance of muscle mass and strength. Hormone imbalances, especially low testosterone, can result in a loss of muscle mass and reduced physical strength.

Increased Body Fat: Testosterone helps regulate fat distribution in the body. Low testosterone levels can lead to an increase in body fat, particularly around the abdomen.

Mood Changes: Hormone imbalances, including low testosterone, can contribute to mood swings, irritability, and feelings of depression.

Decreased Bone Density: Testosterone plays a role in maintaining bone density and strength. Low testosterone levels can increase the risk of osteoporosis and fractures.

Hair Loss: Testosterone is involved in the regulation of hair growth. Hormone imbalances, particularly high levels of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), can contribute to male pattern baldness.

Sleep Disturbances: Testosterone levels typically peak during sleep. Hormone imbalances can disrupt sleep patterns, leading to insomnia or other sleep disturbances.

Memory and Cognitive Function: Testosterone may play a role in cognitive function and memory.

Hormone imbalances, particularly low testosterone levels, may affect cognitive abilities and memory retention. It's essential for men experiencing symptoms of hormone imbalance to consult with a healthcare provider for proper diagnosis and treatment. Hormone replacement therapy or other interventions may be recommended to restore hormonal balance and alleviate symptoms.

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An interesting read about Ivermectin

Posted on March 1, 2024 by Dr. Noel R. Williams
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