Overland Park Kansas Hormone Replacement Therapy Services
In the modern medical world, wellness medicine and preventative medicine are growing in popularity as a means to improve health and enhance outcomes for patients across America. It has become painfully obvious that Hormone Imbalance is one of the biggest factors which lead to general poor health outcomes, and that Hormone Balance and Restoration can have a huge positive influence on human health. Two of the most important Hormones that are most likely to reach problematic levels of Deficiency are Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone.
The Conscious Evolution Institute recognizes this fact, and utilizes Quality HRT Therapy Products and Health Regimens such as Supplemental HGH Injections and Bio-Identical Testosterone Therapy in order to help patients overcome various forms of Hormone Deficiency and Imbalance in order to improve health and vitality for its patients nationwide.
We are a Licensed and Fully Board-Certified Hormone Clinic which is proud to offer its HRT Services to the city of Overland Park as well as the entire Kansas City Area. We can help you set up an appointment with a physician in your area that can help us help you look and feel better than you have in years by setting up the framework for the comprehensive care that we provide.
Utilizing the health information and bloodwork that we obtain from our affiliate, we will work with you to create a Comprehensive Hormone Regimen designed to both restore optimal Hormone Levels and improve your overall health through diet, exercise, and general lifestyle recommendations.
Overland Park Kansas Low-T Therapy with Testosterone
Erectile Dysfunction and Low Libido are issues are that millions of Americans experience, and these issues can be difficult to talk about for patients because of their sexual nature, and because of the pride that men can have about their sexual prowess in the bedroom. If you've been experiencing issues related to sexual desire and function, this is one of the primary symptoms of Testosterone Deficiency, and we urge you to seek out a reputable provider of Hormone Replacement Therapy like the fine Hormone Specialists at the Conscious Evolution Institute for Low-T Treatment.
Testosterone Deficiency not only leads to sexual issues, it also has a much deeper and broader impact on male health. Andropause (Age-Related Hypogonadism) is associated with increased risk of Osteoporosis, Heart Attack, Stroke, and Diabetes, as well as anxiety, weight gain, loss of muscle mass, and a variety of other symptoms. Don't be one of the many that foolishly refuse to seek out Testosterone Treatment. It's easier and more affordable than ever, and there are Bio-Identical Testosterone Injections, Patches, and Topical Gels available that have been proven safe and effective at combatting the negative symptoms and health risks associated with Low-T
HGH Clinics in Overland Park Kansas
Along with Testosterone Therapy, one of the other Treatment Regimens for Hormone Imbalance that we recommend is Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy. HGH is vitally important to human wellness, as it is associated with streamlined cellular metabolism and overall growth and regeneration of organs and tissues.
Growth Hormone Deficiency is particularly dangerous for patients, and leads to a number of symptoms which suppress health and impede mortality such as unexplained weight gain, depression, reduced resilience to illness, increased recovery time from injury, trouble sleeping, lack of energy, and more. With Supplemental HGH Injections, it is possible to restore greater Hormone Balance through the use of daily subcutaneous injections. We offer both Recombinant Human Growth Hormone and Prescription Testosterone to qualified patients over thirty years of age.
Sermorelin Therapy for Patients in Overland Park Kansas
Our Licensed Hormone Clinic also offers a modern alternative to Human Growth Hormone Therapy known as Sermorelin Acetate Therapy. Both forms of HRT Treatment have proven to be highly effective at boosting HGH Levels in needy patients, but the affordability and flexibility of Sermorelin has led it to increase quickly in popularity for the purpose of Boosting Human Growth Hormone Levels.
Sermorelin achieves the goal of HGH Balance for patients not by supplementing natural Human Growth Hormone with a medical source of the hormone, but by stimulating the pituitary to produce enough HGH to meet the needs of the body on its own. By stimulating Somatotrophic activity, Sermorelin acts more in line with the body's natural physiological rhythms, improving patients' wellbeing. If you are interested in Sermorelin, feel free to contact us today for more information!
Information about Overland Park Kansas
Overland Park is a suburb of Kansas City, located directly adjoined to the southwestern border of Kansas City. In spite of being a suburb, Overland Park is the second largest city in the state of Kansas, and is the largest suburb in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area.
The city of Overland Park is relatively young, having been founded in 1905. Despite first being developed just after the turn of the century, Overland Park did not become a true city until 1960, even though more than 25,000 people already lived in the area by that time.
Overland Park Economy
The Overland Park Economy is relatively diverse, but is grounded by a strong service sector Overland Park contains some of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the Kansas City Metro Area, and many people commute to Kansas City to work. In spite of the amount of welath concentrated in the city, the KC Suburb has long been noted for both its safe and friendly atmosphere and its general affordability. There are a number of companies that are based out of Overland Park, including Compass Minerals, Ash Grove Cement Company, Ferrellgas, and Sprint.
Things to Do and Places to Live in Overland Park
Popular points of interest in Overland Park include the Overland Park Convention Center, the Deanna Rose Children's Homestead, the Oak Park Mall, and the Overland Park Botanical Gardens.
Neighborhoods in Overland Park include Grantioch, North Overland Park Hills, Crestview, North Park, Cunningham Heights, Milburn West, Antioch Acres, Milbum Fields, Southmoor Gardens, South Lake, the Library District, Warrington Estates, and Nottingham Downs. Among the KC Suburbs located near Overland Park are Olathe, Lenexa, Shawnee, and Stillwell.
All About Overland Park, Kansas Geographic Area
Overland Park /ˈoʊvərlənd ˈpɑrk/ is the second most populous city in the U.S. state of Kansas. Located in Johnson County, it is the largest suburb in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area, and is located adjacent to Olathe, Lenexa, Prairie Village and Leawood. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 173,372. Overland Park has consistently ranked in the top 10 of CNN/Money and Money magazine's 100 Best Cities to Live in the United States. Also in 2010, Money Magazine rated Overland Park, Kansas, the 7th best city to live in the United States. Additionally, the city was ranked as one of "The Best Places to Raise Your Kids in 2009" and was ranked 3rd for "America's 10 Best Places to Grow Up".
The city traces its roots back to 1905, with the arrival of its founder, William B. Strang Jr., who plotted subdivisions along a military roadway on 600 acres (2.4 km²) he purchased that are now part of the old downtown area. One of those subdivisions was named Overland Park, and was the site for the first airplane flight west of the Mississippi with shows by the Wright brothers, sponsored by Strang, on December 24, 1909.
The city was incorporated as a "first class city" on May 20, 1960, making it one of the youngest communities in Johnson County. Its initial population was 28,085 and was bounded by Antioch Road (West), 107th Street (South), Chadwick (East) and I-35 (North). In 1960 the population was 28,085 with 13 square miles (33.7 km2) incorporated. By 1990 the population was 111,790 and in 1995 the incorporated land area was 56.6 square miles (146.6 km2). Since 1995, the population has grown to 173,250 in 2008 with 75.33 square miles (195.10 km2) of land area. Overland Park is now the second most populous city in Kansas. (Wichita is the largest.)
In early 2008, the city council voted to annex an additional 15 square miles (39 km2) south of existing city limits. The annexation was approved for an additional 8 miles (13 km) and went into effect March 10. After the annexation, the city spans nearly the entire distance between the northern and southern borders of Johnson County.
Downtown Overland Park is located at 38°58′56″N 94°40′15″W / 38.98222°N 94.67083°W / 38.98222; -94.67083 (38.9822282, -94.6707917) at an elevation of 1,086 feet (331 m). The city lies on the northern edge of the Osage Plains a few miles south of the Kansas River. One of the river's tributaries, Turkey Creek, flows northeast through the extreme northern part of the city. South of Turkey Creek, the majority of the city lies in the watershed of the Blue River. Several of the river's tributaries run east-northeast across the city; from north to south, these include Indian Creek, Tomahawk Creek, and Negro Creek. In the far southern part of the city, two more tributaries, Coffee Creek and Wolf Creek, join to form the main stem of the Blue River itself. Located in northeastern Kansas at the junction of Interstate 435 and U.S. Route 69, central Overland Park is roughly 13 miles (21 km) south-southwest of downtown Kansas City, Missouri and immediately east of Olathe, the county seat.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 75.37 square miles (195.22 km²) of which 74.84 square miles (193.84 km²) is land and 0.53 square mile (1.38 km²) is water.
As a suburb of Kansas City, Overland Park is part of the Kansas City metropolitan area, and it borders other suburbs on all sides. These include Kansas City, Kansas to the north, Mission and Prairie Village to the northeast, Leawood to the east, Stilwell to the south, Olathe and Lenexa to the west, and Shawnee and Merriam to the northwest.
Overland Park lies in the transition zone between North America's humid subtropical climate (Köppen Cfa) and humid continental climate (Köppen Dfa) zones, typically experiencing hot, humid summers and cold, dry winters. Spring and autumn are generally warm with occasional thunderstorms. The average temperature in Overland Park is 55 °F (13 °C). Over the course of a year, temperatures range from an average low of 20 °F (−7 °C) in January to an average high of 89 °F (32 °C) in July. The high temperature reaches or exceeds 90 °F (32 °C) an average of 41 days a year, and the minimum temperature falls below the freezing point 32 °F (0 °C) an average of 108 days a year. In a typical year, Overland Park receives 38.4 inches (980 mm) of precipitation, and there are 89 days of measurable precipitation. Annual snowfall averages 19.9 inches (51 cm). On average, January is the coldest month, July is the hottest month, and June is the wettest month. The hottest temperature recorded in Overland Park was 114 °F (46 °C); the coldest temperature recorded was −22 °F (−30 °C).
As of the 2010 United States Census, there were 173,372 people, 71,443 households, and 45,516 families residing in the city. The population density was 2,316.5 people per square mile (894.4/km²). There were 76,280 housing units at an average density of 1,019.2 per square mile (393.5/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 84.4% White, 4.3% African American, 0.3% American Indian, 6.3% Asian, 2.1% from other races, and 2.5% from two or more races. Hispanics and Latinos of any race were 6.3% of the population.
There were 71,443 households of which 30.6% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 52.0% were married couples living together, 8.4% had a female householder with no husband present, 3.2% had a male householder with no wife present, and 36.3% were non-families. 29.8% of all households were made up of individuals, and 8.7% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.41, and the average family size was 3.04.
The median age in the city was 37.8 years. 24.7% of residents were under the age of 18; 7.4% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 28.2% were from 25 to 44; 27.6% were from 45 to 64; and 12.3% were 65 years of age or older. The gender makeup of the city was 48.3% male and 51.7% female.
The median income for a household in the city was $71,513, and the median income for a family was $93,293. Males had a median income of $65,210 versus $43,413 for females. The per capita income for the city was $39,319. 4.9% of the population and 3.3% of families were living below the poverty line, including 6.5% of those under the age of 18 and 4.9% of those 65 and older.
The average appraised value of a home in Overland Park is $244,212 (2012, Johnson County Appraiser’s Office), with an assessed valuation of $2.63 billion (estimate).
The largest employer in Overland Park is Sprint Nextel. The city is home to Sprint's world headquarters, which occupies 240 acres (1 km²) of the city and employs about 18,500 people.
Overland Park is also home to the headquarters of Fortune 500 company YRC Worldwide, as well as Black & Veatch, Waddell & Reed, Examinetics, Ferrellgas, Ash Grove Cement Company, and Compass Minerals. Applebee's was headquartered in the city until its move to nearby Lenexa, Kansas. Overland Park is home to Oak Park Mall. With 1,800,000 sq ft (170,000 m2) and 200 stores, it is the largest mall both in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area and the states of Kansas and Missouri.
The Shawnee Mission, Blue Valley, Spring Hill and Olathe school districts and Johnson County Community College also employ several thousand people in the city.
According to Overland Park Chamber of Commerce - Leading Employers the top employers in the city were:
In 2011 there was $3.6 billion in retail sales in the city. In 2011 the dollar value of new residential construction was $130,598,789; and $90,733,287 in new commercial construction.
Public education in Overland Park is provided by several school districts including Shawnee Mission School District, Blue Valley School District and Olathe School District.
The Shawnee Mission School District operates five high schools.
The Olathe School District consists of four high schools.
The Blue Valley School District encompasses five high schools.
The Johnson County Library serves the city. Overland Park is the location of several branch institutions:
The Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas operates Catholic Schools in Overland Park. This list includes:
Protestant Christian Schools include:
Jewish Schools include:
The city does not have its own public transportation system. However, Johnson County, Kansas operates "The JO" within the city limits. As of 2008, Overland Park was not part of Kansas City, MO's plans for a light rail system.
Overland Park has more than 1,800 acres (7.3 km2) of park land and open space. Many of the city's 72 parks feature one or more of the following: sand volleyball, hiking and biking trails, playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, and reservable shelters.
The city is home to Overland Park Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, a 300 acre (1.2 km²) arboretum and botanical garden. The Oak Park Mall is one of the area's top shopping locations with Nordstrom, two Dillards, Macy's, JCPenney's and nearly 200 stores.
The Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead, a 12-acre (49,000 m2), attraction is among the top 10 tourist destinations in the Kansas City area. It has more than 200 animals, hay rides, fishing pond, early 1900s century school house and more. It was recognized in August 2008 as the top "family" attraction in Kansas City by the Nickelodeon Channel.
Overland Park has finished construction on a 12-field tournament-quality soccer complex. All the fields have synthetic turf and lights. It has an irrigation system to cool the turf on hot days.
The city is also home to Overland Park Convention Center.
Historic Downtown Overland Park contains a Farmer's Market, the clocktower plaza and a statue of Overland Park City founder William B. Strang Jr..
The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art is located on the campus of Johnson County Community College.
The city has numerous public art works installed under the Public Art Program, most notable ones being:
Overland Park contains three community centers: Matt Ross Community Center, the Jewish Community Center, and Tomahawk Ridge Community Center.
Overland Park is highly populated by Protestants, reflective of the overall population of the state of Kansas. Large Baptist, Methodist, Nazarene and Pentecostal churches dot the landscape of Overland Park as well as its neighboring suburbs. Overland Park is home to Congregation Beth Israel Abraham Voliner, an Orthodox synagogue established in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1894. Another Orthodox synagogue is the Chabad House Center which serves as the Chabad Headquarters for Kansas and Missouri. Overland Park is also home to a relatively small Muslim population. The Islamic Center of Johnson County serves as a mosque and a community center for Muslims in Overland Park.
Also, Overland Park is home to a significant number of Roman Catholics. Overland Park falls within the boundaries of the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas. Parishes such as Holy Trinity, Holy Cross, Holy Spirit, Ascension and Queen of the Holy Rosary serve Catholics in Overland Park. Holy Cross offers a Spanish mass for the Hispanic community in the city.
The Showtime original series United States of Tara is set in Overland Park.
Overland Park is home to the Kansas Magic a professional indoor soccer team from the Professional Arena Soccer League.
Overland Park has one sister city.