Hormone Replacement
Therapy for Women

BHRT for women experiencing
perimenopausal, menopausal and
postmenopausal symptoms.

Vitality Medical Wellness Center provides Bioidentical Hormone Replacement (BHRT) for women experiencing perimenopausal, menopausal and postmenopausal symptoms. Our treatment is individualized as one size does not fit all. Your program will be managed by Elizabeth York, FN-P, a certified specialist in Advanced Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy by World Link Medical.

BHRT can provide not only symptom relief but can additionally reduce your risk of certain diseases as well. 

Through our BHRT programs, woman have reported improvements, reductions, or prevention of common menopause related symptoms and conditions:

Fatigue Hair Loss Hot Flashes Insomnia
Irregular Periods Low Sex Drive Memory Loss Mood Swings
Osteoporosis Skin Changes Vaginal Dryness Weight Gain


Testosterone is one of the first hormones that declines with aging as well as with other chronic disease processes. It’s an important hormone that helps with libido, vaginal dryness, intimacy, memory, fatigue, lack of motivation, urinary incontinence, depression, belly (visceral) fat and irritability or anxiety. Optimal testosterone levels can improve sleep and hot flashes and may reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s, osteoporosis, colorectal cancer and heart disease.


Progesterone is the second hormone that decreases with age. At optimal levels, it supports sleep (both falling and staying asleep), can lower anxiety, frequency of headaches and hot flashes. It may reduce your risk of breast cancer, osteoporosis, heart disease, uterine cancer and Alzheimer’s.


Estradiol is the last hormone that decreases with age. Low levels of estradiol can be associated with vaginal dryness, joint aches, belly (visceral) fat, low libido, hot flashes, dry hair, skin and nails. Supporting your body’s estradiol levels may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s Disease, osteoporosis, sarcopenia (low muscle mass), heart disease and stroke.


Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is the most abundant hormone in the body and is a precursor to the other hormones. It is produced by the adrenal glands and declines with age, decreasing by 60% between the ages of 30-50 years old. It also decreases in people who are under extreme stress and suffer from adrenal fatigue. DHEA reduces cardiovascular disease by decreasing visceral fat. It stimulates the immune system, improves mood and memory and increases energy.

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