Hormone Replacement Therapy Services
The Conscious Evolution Institute is one of the premier Hormone
Restoration Clinics in the United States and proudly serves the
entire state of Florida, as well as every county in the United
States. If you are a man or woman over the age of thirty and are
interested in the benefits that Hormone Replacement Therapy can
provide, we can answer all of your questions, and provide the blood
testing and medical diagnosis necessary to help you learn whether HRT
Therapy is right for you!
HGH Injection Therapy
Human Growth Hormone Deficiency is a significant medical condition
that afflicts many in the United States. As we age, our bodies
produce Natural HGH less efficiently over time, and our bodies start
to suffer as a result. Growth Hormone is a vitally important
metabolic hormone, and when we don't have enough, the body starts to
deteriorate more quickly over time.
If you qualify for Bio-Identical HGH Therapy, we can have HGH
Injections shipped straight to your home or office.
Sermorelin Injection Therapy
HGH Injections are not the only effective treatment for HGH
Deficiency. Sermorelin Acetate is functionally identical to a hormone
produced by the human body known as Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone,
and can safely and effectively restore flagging HGH Production.
Both forms of treatment are highly effective, but Sermorelin Acetate
is a bit cheaper, and is available for off-label prescription. Your
doctor can help you decide which treatment is best for you!
For men, Testosterone is the primary hormone which supports and
stimulates manliness. Most men simply think that Testosterone
Replacement Therapy is a treatment for Erectile Dysfunction, but
Testosterone is vitally important to a wide variety of physiological
processes which support and preserve the healthy function of the male
Not only does Testosterone stimulate libido and sexual function, it
also encourages enhanced muscle strength and endurance, and many men
that suffer from Age-Related Low-T also at increased risk of a number
of medical conditions including obesity, diabetes, anxiety and
insomnia. Testosterone has also been proven to be a highly effective
medical treatment for Menopause and osteoporosis.
HCG Weight Loss Therapy
Not all Hormone Therapy Treatments are used expressly to restore
hormone balance, some are actually used as medical treatments. For
example, a hormone known as HCG has been clinically shown to be a
highly effective weight loss aid, especially when combined with a
diet method known as Caloric Restriction.
HCG causes the body to burn calories from fat more effectively, and
it also reduces the impact of hunger on the human brain, biologically
increasing willpower. HCG Injections are nearly painless and are
administered just underneath the skin. HCG Injections make it easier
to lose weight, and can result in the loss of more than a pound per
Cities in Florida
is the most populous city in the state of Florida. The city also has
the unique status of being the largest city by area in the United
States. Jacksonville is located in Northeast Florida. Jacksonville is
the home of one professional sports team: The Jacksonville Jaguars.
Jacksonville is also home of the annual Gator Bowl, an SEC Football
game played between Georgia and Florida.
has a very strong and diverse economy, with major opportunities in a
number of different fields, including Insurance, Bio-Tech, banking,
manufacturing, and distribution. Bi-Lo, Fidelity National Financial,
and CSX Transportation are all based in the city.
located on the southern tip of Florida, and is widely recognized as
one of the most lavish cities in the United States, along the lines
of New York City, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas. Although Jacksonville
is the largest city in Florida, Miami is the center of one of the
largest metro areas in the United States.
a large Professional Sports scene, due to its population as well as
its importance as a high-class tourist destination. Miami is the home
of the Miami Dolphins, the Miami Heat, and the Miami Marlins. Miami
has a strong and international economy, and there are many lucrative
corporations based in the area, including Burger King, Telemundo, and
Carnival Cruise Lines. It is also the home of many corporations'
Latin American Headquarters.
Florida is the third largest city in the state of Florida. Tampa Bay
is sometimes referred to as Cigar City, because of its historical
importance to the American Cigar Industry. Tampa is one of the
wealthiest cities in the southeast, and has experienced a huge influx
of Americans moving to the area.
home to one of the most successful baseball teams of the early 21st
century: The Tampa Bay Rays. Tampa Bay is also the home turf of the
Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tampa has a large military presence because of
MacDill Air Force Base.
Petersburg is the fourth largest city in Florida, and is a sister
city that belongs in the same metropolitan area as Tampa, separated
by Tampa Bay. St. Petersburg goes by the nickname, The Sunshine City,
because of the tremendous amount of sunny and beautiful days
experienced by the city. Because of this wonderful weather, and the
area's great economy, St. Petersburg is both a popular vacation
destination as well as a popular retirement location.
Petersburg has a strong economy, although many commute to Tampa Bay
to work. Among the largest businesses in St. Petersburg are Bayfront
Medical Center, the Home Shopping Network, and Raymond James.
the fifth most populous city in the state of Florida, but is also one
of the premier tourist destinations in the United States. Orlando is,
by far, most famous for Disney World, one of the largest amusement
parks in America and the world.
home to one professional sports team, the Orlando Magic. Although the
Atlanta Braves are based in Georgia, they play their home Spring
Training games at Walt Disney World Resort. Orlando is also home to
the University of Central Florida, home of the Knights and the
largest public school in Florida.
All About Port St. Lucie, Florida Geographic Area
Port St. Lucie is a city in St. Lucie County, Florida, United States. The population of Port St. Lucie was 88,769 at the 2000 census but grew rapidly during the 2000s. In 2009 the State of Florida estimated the City's population at 155,251. Port St. Lucie forms part of a metropolitan area called the Port St. Lucie, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area that in 2009 was estimated to have 406,296 residents.
Port St. Lucie was a largely uninhabited tract of land south of White City, Florida in the 1950s, composed of a fishing camp, a few farms and businesses near US 1. In 1958, with a budget of $50 million, the General Development Corporation (GDC) purchased the River Park development and 40,000 acres (160 km2) along the North Fork of the St. Lucie River.[dead link] In 1959, the GDC opened its first bridge over the St. Lucie River, allowing for direct automobile access to Port St. Lucie.
By February 25, 1961 there were 250 homes in the new city. GDC requested the state legislature to incorporate 70 miles (110 km) along with the River Park settlement into the City of Port St. Lucie. River Park did not incorporate into the city at the request of its residents. Port St. Lucie became a city on April 27, 1961 with the passage of House Bill No. 953, proposed by State Representative Rupert Smith and approved by Florida Governor C. Farris Bryant.
In the early 1990s, Core Communities (CC), acquired, and began planning on what would become St. Lucie West. Originally, St. Lucie West was planned to have contained about 14,000 homes over a 20-year period on 7 square miles (18 km2). But after realizing the communities strategic position, they began developing it into more than just a residential area. CC began building business sectors and places where people could have fun. That resulted in 7,000 jobs being brought to the small town, helping it into its boom during most of the early 2000s.
In 2006, CC, yet again, started development of its newest community, Tradition. The community, which sat west of the Interstate 95 intersection of Gatlin Blvd., was a large cattle ranch, before CC began to develop it. There they built around 13,000,000 square feet (1,200,000 m2) of commercial area, and room for over 18,000 residences. According to CC's website, Tradition is the largest fully entitled residential development area from the tip of Interstate 95 to the Canadian Border. It has been advertised as the town you grew up in, modeled after a 1950s-era town. According to its website, Tradition Square, the town center of the community, holds year long festivities. It was also chosen as the site of HGTV's Green Home 2009, and one of America's best 100 communities.
In 2007, the housing market began to collapse and unemployment started to rise. As of February 2009, unemployment was at 10½ percent and in 2008, nearly 11,000 homes went into foreclosure. This has prompted the county government to consider declaring itself a disaster area. Doing so would give county administrators access to $17 million in county emergency reserve funds. That money, combined with a transportation fund and other accounts, would give St. Lucie $20 million or $30 million to spend on building projects: research parks, highways and other infrastructure improvements.
In 2008, Tradition and Core Communities welcomed the Florida Center of Innovation, a research laboratory and campus, which has a building in Tradition for two biotech and life science companies, the Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies and the Vaccine & Gene Therapy Institute. This campus alone is projected to bring more than 30,000 jobs to the city of Port St. Lucie, alone.
In 2012, Digital Domain Media Group's sister company and animation studio Tradition Studios will settle in Port St. Lucie.
As of 2010, there were 70,877 households out of which 14.1% were vacant. As of 2000, 31.6% of households had children under the age of 18 living with them, 61.8% were married couples living together, 10.0% had a female householder with no husband present, and 24.1% were non-families. 18.2% of all households were made up of individuals and 8.9% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.60 and the average family size was 2.94.
In 2000, the city's population was spread out with 24.3% under the age of 18, 5.9% from 18 to 24, 28.1% from 25 to 44, 22.8% from 45 to 64, and 18.8% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 40 years. For every 100 females there were 94.5 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 91.4 males.
In 2000, the median income for a household in the city was $40,509, and the median income for a family was $44,162. Males had a median income of $18,730 versus $16,702 for females. The per capita income for the city was $18,059. About 15.7% of families and 17.9% of the population were below the poverty line, including 11.1% of those under age 18 and 9.8% of those age 65 or over.
As of 2000, 88.05% of residents spoke English as their first language, while 6.59% spoke Spanish, 1.34% spoke Italian, 1.00% spoke French, 0.60% spoke German, and 0.50% spoke Haitian Creole as their mother tongue. In total, 11.94% of the total population spoke languages other than English.
27°16′33″N 80°21′18″W / 27.27583°N 80.355°W / 27.27583; -80.355 (27.275772, -80.355029). Port St. Lucie is located north of the St. Lucie Fork River, and south of Fort Pierce, FL. To its east is the Atlantic Ocean.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 76.7 square miles (198.6 km²), of which, 75.5 square miles (195.6 km²) is land and 1.1 square miles (3.0 km²) (1.50%) is water.
Port St. Lucie features a warm humid subtropical climate, falling just short of having a true tropical climate. Summers are usually hot, with temperatures averaging low 90s. Winters are usually mild to warm, with average temperatures around 70s°F. The average yearly precipitation is around 53.5 in.
Port St. Lucie was hit directly by Hurricane Frances (as a Category 2 hurricane) on September 4, 2004, and by Hurricane Jeanne (as a Category 3 hurricane) on September 26, 2004. On October 24, 2005 Port St. Lucie was hit directly by Hurricane Wilma (as a Category 3 hurricane).
Florida's Turnpike is the only toll road in St. Lucie County, which is the northernmost place where the Turnpike and Interstate 95 run close to each other. The Turnpike has 2 exits within Port St. Lucie's city limits: Port St. Lucie Boulevard (SR 716) and Becker Road. For most of its route through St. Lucie County, the Turnpike is east of I-95. The Turnpike provides access to Orlando to the north, and Miami to the southeast.
Interstate 95 is in the western portion of the city. It is 6 lanes wide (3 in each direction), and provides access to Miami and Jacksonville. Exits include exit 126 (Midway Road), exit 121 (St. Lucie West Blvd.), exit 120 (Crosstown Parkway), exit 118 (Gatlin Blvd./Tradition Pkwy.), and exit 114 (Becker Rd.).
Port St. Lucie is served by the St. Lucie Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) http://stlucietpo.org/. The TPO is a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metropolitan_planning_organization, a federally mandated and federally funded transportation policy-making organization responsible for transportation planning, programming, and financing of State and Federal Transportation Funds for the City of Port St. Lucie. The TPO is governed by a TPO Board, which is composed of elected officials, representatives from the St. Lucie County School Board, and representatives from Community Transit, a division of The Council on Aging of St. Lucie, Inc http://www.coasl.com/svc_transportation.html. The original bus system started out as a demand response service bus in the 1990s, it only served St. Lucie County. Soon it expanded to a fixed route system, going to predetermined locations along a route. On June 3, 2002, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) http://www.dot.state.fl.us/ approved funding, expanding the bus service to Martin County, and became the Treasure Coast Connector http://treasurecoastconnector.com/.
The city is home to New York Mets spring training, the St. Lucie Mets Florida State League team and the Mets rookie level team in the Gulf Coast League. All three play at Digital Domain Field. The Treasure Coast Galleons, a semi-pro soccer team also calls Port St. Lucie its home. Florida Atlantic University has its Treasure Coast campus in the city. There is a golf complex, the PGA Village with 54 holes of golf, a learning center and a historical center. The city also hosted the Ginn Classic at Tesoro, the city's first ever PGA Tour Event, in 2007. Port St Lucie is the home of world renowned Mixed Martial Arts school, American Top Team Port St Lucie campus. Port St. Lucie is also home to Local Skate Team. Port St. Lucie is also the home of the 2009 & 2011 National Champions in Pop Warner Football Pop Warner Little Scholars. The 2009 Jr. Midget team went 16 - 0 en route to winning the Pop Warner National Championship at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex. The 2011 Jr. Peewee team went 17 - 0 in winning the National Championship. The Daytona Beach Racers of the Stars Football League have relocated their franchise to Port St. Lucie, and will begin playing in the 2012 season.
Port St. Lucie is served by St. Lucie County Public Schools, which is a school district which serves the rest of St. Lucie County, FL. In Port St. Lucie, there are 6 Elementary Schools, 7 K-8 Schools, 3 High Schools, and 4 Institutions of Higher Education. The three High Schools in Port St. Lucie are Port St. Lucie High School, St. Lucie West Centennial High School, and Treasure Coast High School. The 4 Higher Education Institution centers operated in Port St. Lucie are Indian River State College, which shares its campus with Florida Atlantic University, Barry University, and Keiser University.
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