Testing thyroid lab values is crucial in understanding the nature of your thyroid function. The most common thyroid lab drawn is TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone). While that test alone gives some information a full thyroid panel is usually needed to get the whole picture. By......

Do you find hair EVERYWHERE?⁣ Do you need a lint roller for rogue hair strands on your clothes?  Are you clogging the shower drain with hair?⁣ Is your hairline receding or thinning at the temples?  You are not alone! It may be easy to look......

Nearly 5 percent of Americans 12 years and older suffer from hypothyroidism, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Hypothyroidism is a condition that results in a lack of thyroid hormones. It can cause fatigue, weight gain, depression, and other......

Chronic pain is one of the top reasons for doctor’s visits in the U.S. In fact, chronic pain affects more than 100 million Americans each year. In a chronic pain study from the National Centers for Health Statistics, more than two-thirds of people in chronic......

Hormones and Osteoporosis The thing with bone loss is we tend to only worry about it or address it after the diagnosis is already made. Reality check, we start losing bone mass and strength well before our first DEXA scan. “But Dr. Winter, it seems......