Pre-op History & Physicals
Athletic, College, Camp, & School Physicals
Bio-identical Hormone Replacement & Saliva Testing
Evaluation & Treatment of Menstrual Irregularities
Skin Biopsies for Suspicious Moles, lesions, and Rashes
Weight Management & Nutrition Counseling
Sexually Transmitted Infection Screening & Treatment
Referral to Specialty Physicians as needed
Total Body Skin Exams
Tuberculosis Skin Test
Any lab testing that is not done at our clinic can be drawn here. We use Avera Holy Family Hospital in Estherville, IA as our referral laboratory.
Hemoccult Testing for blood in stools
A dietary supplement to support skin, vascular, joint and connective tissue health.
Zinc Lozenge & Elderberry
A dietary supplement to support healthy lungs, soothe throat issues, and to keep the immune system strong.
Calcium is necessary for most bodily functions, and it is estimated that 80% of all American Women are calcium deficient.
Calcium is involved in the transmission of nerve impulses, muscle contraction, blood clotting, reducing cholesterol, enhancing the immune system, maintaining strong bones and teeth and proper sleep.
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is essential for maintaining normal calcium metabolism.
Vitamin D supports: b one health, calcium balance, cardiovascular function, healthy cell growth, and immune system modulation.
A dietary supplement to support immune system function and collagen health.
DHEA is an important adrenal hormone that supports healthy aging. DHEA levels decline with age and adrenal stress.
DHEA supports immune system and thyroid function, as well as memory and energy function.
The only women’s high potency full spectrum multiple vitamin mineral supplement to contain 56 nutrients including those most important for today’s woman such as calcium, iron, beta-carotene, biotin, gamma linolenic acid from evening primrose oil, octacosanol, grape seed extract and vegetarian digestive enzymes.
Supplement for cardiovascular and antioxidant support. Causes enhanced energy production, strengthens immunity and increases circulation.
Supports nerve health by maintaining the fatty sheaths that cover and protect nerve endings
Has been shown to enhance sleep patterns, allowing for more restful and refreshing sleep
B12 is needed for the formation of red blood cells to help support capillary blood flow
Is designed to sooth the digestive tract lining and provide ingredients that support proper immune function and microbial balance.
Mega Probiotic supports: bowel defense, digestion, regularity, lactose intolerance, and immune system
A supplement to support proper liver and gallbladder function. Turmeric, a flavoring spice rich in Curcumin, has liver protective, detoxifying, and free radical scavenging properties. Turmerics active ingredient, Curcumin, has been shown to support the liver and gallbladder function, and help to manage blood cholesterol within normal ranges.
Hormone Balance -- Your Key to Better Health
Hormones exist in harmony with each other – partners in a delicate balancing act. When levels are in balance, body systems are stable. When levels fall out of balance, normal function is disrupted, leading to chronic symptoms, disorders and disease. Hormone balance starts with the everyday decisions we make. Lifestyle, nutrition and supplementation impact that balance – as well as our overall health.
Symptoms that may signify an imbalance include:
Irregular Cycles (Women)
Decreased Urinary Flow/Increased Urge (Men)
Loss of Libido (Sex Drive)
Menopause & Andropause
Menopause In Women
When hormone levels begin dropping in menopause, a deficiency of one hormone can actually appear as a relative excess of another, resulting in symptoms of hormone imbalance. The start of menopause typically occurs around the age of 50, but it’s not uncommon to see symptoms much sooner – even as early as mid to late 30s depending on stress levels, diet and exercise. Menopause can also be surgically induced thorough hysteroctomy (removal of the ovaries and/or uterus), radiation or chemotherapy. Testing and monitoring hormone levels enable women to work with their health care providers to find appropriate solutions that alleviate menopause symptoms and lead to hormonal wellness.
A woman’s first symptoms of menopause may include:
• Irregular Cycles
• Heavy or Light Period
• Changes to Menstrual Cycle Length
Andropause In Men
The natural decline of testosterone in men contributes to a variety of symptoms also called male menopause. In contrast to the “roller coaster” effect so common in women in menopause, the symptoms of andropause appear gradually and can be much less obvious. Along with natural aging, factors such as excessive stress, weight gain and lack of exercise can further lower testosterone – impacting stamina, drive and virility. Through hormone testing and the aid of a qualified health care provider, men can diminish the effects of andropause and return to youthful vigor.
Symptoms of andropause may include:
• Downward shift in strength and energy
• Loss of enthusiasm for work, competition and sexual activity
• Weight Gain
• Muscle Weakness
• Lean Muscle Loss
• Bone Loss
• Sexual Dysfunction
Comprehensive baseline testing gives you and your healthcare provider an in-depth picture of your hormone levels.
Testing reveals your individual level of hormone production and pinpoints imbalances, and also shows where you stand in compassion to health averages for your age group and gender.
These test results, combined with an assessment of any additional symptoms you may be experiencing (like hot flashes or low libido), provide a detailed picture of how hormone imbalance is affecting your life and well-being.
From there, you and your healthcare provider will be able to create an individualized treatment program.
Testing takes the guesswork out of treatment – making it possible for your provider to tailor program just for you.
Testing Is Simple
Samples can be collected in minutes at home or at your healthcare provider’s office.
Once ZRT receives your sample, it will be processed and the results sent to your provider – typically within 2-3 weeks. You can then meet with your provider to discuss results and appropriate treatment options.