New England Low-T Center FAQ

New England Low-T Center Low-T Therapy FAQ

Have a question about receiving treatments for low-T at New England Low-T Center? We have the answers! Call us today to get a free, no-obligation consultation.

Do you take insurance?

Unfortunately, we do not take insurance. Taking insurance would lessen the quality of care that we believe in and need to provide our customers with. There is so much more to proper treatment and optimal health than numbers.

We have had many patients come to us with numbers just inside the enormous range that is considered “normal” who were told by their physician to “go home, you're normal, there is nothing I can do for you.” Those customers subsequently came to New England Low-T Center, found satisfaction, and were able to be optimized in the healthy normal testosterone range. In short, taking insurance would make us victims to treating numbers only instead of looking at the entire picture.

If I start testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), do I have to stay on it for life?

No, you do not. In most cases, your body will go back to producing its own level of testosterone over time. The amount of time is variable with each person.

There are ways that we can help jump-start your own production as well. There is a very small chance that your body will decide it no longer wants to make testosterone. Those very few men then have to decide whether or not to stay on therapy for life.

Why choose New England Low-T Center?

We believe our passion and pricing will set us apart from other centers. We designed our center from a patient's point of view rather than a physician’s office where it is designed from a physician’s perspective.

We know patients want clear, transparent pricing with no gimmicks or add-ons to their plans. Our prices are extremely fair and all-inclusive. We treat every customer as if they were our only customer, and our customers notice and appreciate that. We are not a medspa. We do not offer cosmetic procedures. We treat men and help them achieve their best health. That is what we specialize in, and that is all we do.

When should I be looking for signs of low testosterone?

As men reach their mid to late 20s, the body begins to slow down production of testosterone. This is why, very often, men as young as 30 experience significant symptoms as a result of testosterone reduction. That is what we specialize in, and that is what we do.

With the increased air pollution, GMO foods, and hormones and pesticides in our meat and produce, men are losing their testosterone younger and at a more rapid pace than ever before. 

In fact, the most recent study from Hebrew University actually predicts that men will be infertile by the year 2050. (Read "Temporal Trends in Sperm Count: A Systematic Review of Meta-Regression Analysis" at https://doi.org/10.1093/humupd/dmx022)

Some of the symptoms associated with testosterone reduction are decreased libido (your sex drive), inability to produce or maintain steady erections, decreased muscle mass, increased levels of body fat, depression, poor concentration, mental cloudiness, and suboptimal cholesterol profiles.

Do you offer a civil service discount?

We are proud to offer our members who serve our nation and local communities a civil service discount as well as a very healthy referral discount to all of your customers for heling a friend or colleague get healthy.