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Welcome to HEUC’s men’s health service, a physician-owned and operated men’s healthcare provider. With our extensive expertise in medicine and men’s health, we are proud to introduce our testosterone replacement therapy. Trust in our proven track record for comprehensive, professional care tailored to your needs.

Get Testosterone Replacement Therapy in 3 Easy Steps

Schedule A Free Evaluation

Schedule a free online consultation with our licensed provider. During this session, you’ll discuss your symptoms and health goals to determine if Testosterone Replacement Therapy is the right choice for you.

Lab Work & Practitioner Consult

You can purchase a lab order from Health Express Urgent Care Centers, or upload your recent lab test results. Our licensed medical practitioner will review the results and design a program tailored to your specific needs and goals.

Home-Delivered Treatment

Your customized treatment program, including all medications, supplements, and supplies, will be delivered discreetly to your home for self-administration. No in-office injections are necessary. Our Patient Care Coordinators and medical experts are always available to answer questions and provide guidance throughout the process.

Why Choose Health Express for Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

Physician-Run Service

Our services are managed by experienced physicians, ensuring you are in good hands.

Tailored to Your Needs

Our treatments are customized to meet your specific health goals and requirements.

Cost-Effective Excellence

We offer top-quality care at competitive prices, providing the best value in the market.

Doorstep Delivery

Enjoy the convenience of having your treatment delivered directly to your home without hassle

Care and Support To Help You Overcome Addiction

It is time to get your life back on track with our medication-assisted addiction treatment program. Work with our results-driven team of clinicians and counselors to develop your custom treatment plan.

The Power of Medication Combined with Counseling

By combining medication with behavioral counseling we give you the tools you need to heal and move forward.

Is Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) is right for you.

Fill out our questionnaire to find out if Testosterone Replacement Therapy is right for you. Our questionnaire will help determine if you’re eligible to receive TRT.

All the information you provide will be kept strictly confidential and used solely for the purpose of determining your eligibility and suitability for Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT).

FAQs

We believe that you deserve to understand the treatments you receive. Here are a few of our frequently asked questions. If you have any other questions, schedule an initial consultation to learn more or get in contact with our team

Suboxone Department: 216-272-1058

Medication assisted treatment is an effective strategy to treat opioid use disorder (in combination with counseling and behavioral therapy). The most promising medication used for MAT is buprenorphine: it treats withdrawal symptoms, cravings, as well as pain and has been shown to be highly effective in the treatment of opioid addiction and dependency. Patients are often able to live normal lives with this medication, and in comparison to methadone without the need to go to methadone clinics every morning. It also has been shown to lower the risk of potentially deadly opioid overdoses.

We are a truly telemedicine-based addiction service. Because of the coronavirus emergency, the DEA recently granted certified addiction specialists the use of telemedicine technology to prescribe buprenorphine (Suboxone) to existing as well as new patients without an initial in-person visit. The DEA and Department of Health recognized that this medication prevents overdose deaths and is safer than regular opioids and therefore this exception has been granted.

Yes, if it is determined by our addiction specialist that you would benefit from MAT using buprenorphine (Suboxone), we are able to initiate it (also known as ‘Induction phase’) using telemedicine technology. Your first prescriptions will have a lower quantity of tablets–no more than a week supply–in order to closely observe the individual effects the medication may have on you and to find your optimal dose. Once the medication has been titrated to the optimal dose, we will be able to space out the consultations to a monthly basis (with a month supply of buprenorphine–the maximum amount as per the guidelines of SAMHSA of the Department of Health and Human Services).

We believe that everyone should have access to opioid addiction counseling and treatment, without the need to drive to addiction clinics. Currently no initial in-person consultation is required for new patients. All visits need to be done via video or telephone (chat is not allowed), and costs $199 with no insurance–no hidden fees.

We accept most insurances. If you plan to not use your insurance or if you are uninsured the total cost is $199.

Only a small number of doctors in the United Stated are allowed to prescribe buprenorphine–and these doctors have a limit on how many patients they can prescribe buprenorphine to (only 30 patients per doctor initially). And with the growing opioid epidemic affecting millions of Americans, there are just not enough MAT clinics and opioid treatment centers available to provide this desperately needed service–and many existing addiction programs are taking advantage of the suffering with steep fees and unethical business practices. Health Express is trying to fill this void, by providing affordable, transparent and high-quality addiction treatment directly to you–to make this as least disruptive to your life as possible.

Buprenorphine (Suboxone)–when prescribed and taken correctly–has been shown to significantly lower the chance of drug use, overdoses, relapse, while improve patient survival. It leads to a significantly higher chance to gain and maintain employment. In order words: MAT can help you turn your life around and live a normal life again. It should always be combined with counseling and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).

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