Low Testosterone in Men

Testosterone Treatment & Therapy

Increase Strength and Stamina • Shake Your Fatigue • Sleep Better • Lose Weight • Increase Focus, Concentration and Productivity with Testosterone Replacement therapy


What is low testosterone or low testosterone treatment?

Testosterone is a sex hormone; It is naturally produced in both men and women but is made at a much higher level in men. Low testosterone is not just about libido or becoming stronger and bigger in the gym. While this can be an effect of treatment, the condition known as Low T is much more in-depth. It is what gives a male the secondary sex characteristics of a man. Testosterone – which can profoundly reduce energy levels – is responsible for stimulating muscle growth, achieving normal erectile and cognitive functions, restore energy levels and maintaining normal bone density.

When testosterone is produced in lower quantities and creates the condition known as hypogonadism, or Low T, all of these normal functions can begin to disappear. While this may seem concerning, low testosterone is readily treatable. But, the free testosterone may be available in your body, just not being utilized.


Mantality ensures that all of your results are lab tested and physician approved. After your initial visit, your results will be discussed with you only after they come back from the lab.


While undergoing testosterone replacement therapy, a licensed physician will monitor your care ensuring your treatment is going at an optimal rate.


Because we at Mantality know how important the treatment is for your health, we accept your insurance for the best experience possible!


Our treatment is FDA approve so that you can understand it's safe and effective all while being comfortable and painless.


With an FDA approved treatment, we provide you with affordable care for your low testosterone symptoms in the St. Louis, Omaha, Des Moines, and Madison areas.

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Suffering from low testosterone, or low t, can mean that you may have the low testosterone symptoms of fatigue, weakness, poor sleep, poor concentration, decreased strength, loss of muscle mass and decreased libido. At Mantality, we confirm these symptoms through blood tests. Once confirmed, we can successfully treat low testosterone with testosterone replacement therapy also known as TRT. While many test testosterone levels, our blood test will help determine your free testosterone levels.

Testosterone hits the blood stream in a few forms:

- SBGH or Sexual Binding Globulin, this testosterone is not available for use in the body.

- Estrogen, through a process called aromatization, the testosterone is changed to estradiol.

- Free Testosterone, the testosterone that is free to be used by the body.

At Mantality, free testosterone is what we recognize in the blood that is available to be used by your body. The name implies exactly what it is for, free use by the body. Free testosterone is also known as bioavailable testosterone as it is biologically available testosterone for maximum use by the body. But, is the rest of the testosterone gone?

We have a lot of men come to the office claiming their doctor or physician tested their total testosterone and claimed it was normal. While that may be true, a man’s total testosterone could be within the accepted normal limits, however, free testosterone can be low causing symptoms of low t.

Mantality is able to increase the amount of unbound or free T in your body through the use of testosterone treatment & therapy. This is the most readily available form of testosterone for your body to use. This allows us to treat the body using testosterone injections which helps bring the body back into hormone balance meaning you are now stronger, leaner, sharper and can take life on with no fatigue.

If you're wondering what the rest of your life will look like, come in today!

Your quality of life will never be better

Chesterfield, MO
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North Liberty, IA 52317

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