Riverside Hormone Replacement Therapy Services
The Conscious Evolution Institute is a licensed and board certified medical clinic that specializes in Hormone Therapy and Optimization for men and women over 30 years of age. We have affiliate medical physicians located all throughout Riverside, as well as the greater Inland Empire area that assist us in providing prompt care designed to get you the effective restorative treatments that you've been looking for.
Our clinical specialists are highly trained in all forms of Hormone Replacement, and make the concerted effort to remain at the cutting edge of Hormone Optimization and Positive Health Treatments. Our clinic offers a variety of quality treatment regimens, including Testosterone, HGH, and Sermorelin Acetate. We even provide hormone treatments which are designed specifically to help you lose weight!
If you are interested in enhancing your life and treating Hormone Imbalance with Hormone Replacement Therapy, we encourage you to contact us, either via the number we have at the top of the page or by filling out the contact form to the right.
Riverside Testosterone Therapy Treatments for Men
Do you feel like your sex drive is falling by the wayside? Are you having issues generating an erection or engaging in fulfilling sexual activity? There's is a major chance that you are suffering from Testosterone Deficiency, and there are millions just like you all throughout the United States. There's no reason to be ashamed of your performance issues. The Conscious Evolution Institute can help get you back in the saddle like never before!
Our clinic offers Bio-Identical Testosterone Therapy, as well as complimentary products such as Estrogen Blockers, designed to restore your Testosterone Balance and help you overcome the lull of Andropause. Remember, Testosterone Deficiency is not only a sexual disorder, it impacts your metabolism, your strength, and even your psychological well-being. We can get you the Testosterone Patches, Injections, and Creams which can restore your Testosterone Levels and enhance your health and vitality!
Riverside HGH Therapy for Growth Hormone Deficiency
Most men and women are aware of how sex hormone levels impact one's health, but most people don't realize just how important another hormone is—Human Growth Hormone. HGH is responsible for keeping the body running in peak condition, by stimulating the anabolic actions of various systems throughout the body. HGH is one of the big reasons why people in their teens and twenties are so resilient and so physically healthy. Starting in the late twenties, however, HGH Levels start to drop off. This is imperceptible at first, but years down the road, this can lead to major changes in a patient's health.
HGH Deficiency is associated with weight gain, loss of strength, fatigue, depression, cholesterol, and diabetes, just to name a few. People with Growth Hormone Deficiency heal more slowly and get sick more easily. The risk of a variety of health conditions increases dramatically. If you feel that your body is slowing down, it may not be aging. Get your hormone levels checked! Bio-Identical HGH Injections may be able to help you overcome health issues related to Age-Associated Hormone Decline.
Riverside Sermorelin Therapy
Of course, it pays to be aware of your options when it comes to HGH Deficiency. Bio-Identical Growth Hormone is not the only option available. Our clinic also offers Sermorelin Acetate, which has been clinically shown to naturally boost HGH levels by stimulating the pituitary. Research has shown that Sermorelin Acetate enhances HGH Production in patients with Growth Hormone Deficiency, in a way that promotes healthy biological rhythms.
Both HGH and Sermorelin can get HGH Levels in balance, but many prefer Sermorelin both because it is a bit cheaper than Recombinant HGH and because it has a slightly lower risk of side-effects. It can also be prescribed off-label at the discretion of your doctor, so you may qualify for Sermorelin even if you don't qualify for HGH.
Riverside HCG Weight Loss Therapy
Not all Hormone Therapy Treatments are designed explicitly for Hormone Restoration. HCG Therapy, for example, is a highly effective weight loss tool that stimulates metabolism and reduces hunger when combined with a low calorie diet. With the help of HCG, patients have lost as much as 30 pounds per month, allowing them to hit their weight loss goals more quickly. We can find out if you are healthy enough for the HCG Diet, and our qualified physicians can aid you on your weight loss journey! Before turning to surgical procedures, talk to a medical professional about the potential benefits of the HCG Diet!
Riverside, California Information
Riverside, California is the primary city of a region known as the Inland Empire, a series of cities in southwest California that make up a large metropolitan area in spite of each individual city being rather modest in size. Riverside refers to itself as the City of Arts and Innovation.
Riverside was originally an agricultural city, with a focus on oranges and other citrus fruits, but today, the city has a complex economy with a heavy presence in service and manufacturing. There are a wide variety of industrial manufacturing centers in Riverside, which make a wide variety of products, many of which are high-tech. Among the manufacturing products produced in Riverside are medical devices, electronics, auto parts, and aircraft components. Riverside is the most diverse economy in the Inland Empire, owing largely to its being the largest city in the region, and it also has a variety of IT companies, accountants, lawyers, engineers, and architects. Riverside located in relative proximity to Hollywood, California, and the area is frequently utilized in film production.
As Riverside prides itself on its culture as well as its innovative spirit, there are a number of quality artistic venues and museums. Riverside is home to the Mission Inn Museum, the Heritage House Museum, and the Riverside Art Museum along with many more fantastic landmarks. The most famous theater in the city is the Fox Theater, which is now a prominent music venue, but in 1939, the theater premiered Gone with the Wind to the nation.
All About Riverside, California Geographic Area
Riverside is a city in Riverside County, California, United States, and the county seat of the eponymous county. Named for its location beside the Santa Ana River, it is the largest city in the Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario metropolitan area of Southern California, 4th largest inland California city after Fresno, Sacramento, and Bakersfield, and is located approximately 60 miles (97 km) east of Los Angeles. Riverside is the 59th most populous city in the United States and 12th most populous city in California. It is also part of the Greater Los Angeles area. As of the 2010 Census, Riverside had a population of 303,871. The city spans 81 square miles (210 km2).
Riverside was founded in the early 1870s and is the birthplace of the California citrus industry as well as home of the Mission Inn, the largest Mission Revival Style building in the United States. It is also home to the Riverside National Cemetery.
The University of California, Riverside is located in the northeastern part of the city. The university also hosts the Riverside Sports Complex. Other attractions in Riverside include the Fox Performing Arts Center, Riverside Metropolitan Museum, which houses exhibits and artifacts of local history, the California Museum of Photography, the California Citrus State Historic Park, and the Parent Washington Navel Orange Tree, one of the two original navel orange trees in California.
The city was founded in the early 1870s beside the Santa Ana River by John W. North, a staunch temperance-minded abolitionist from Tennessee, who had previously founded Northfield, Minnesota. A few years after, the navel orange was planted and found to be such a success that full-scale planting started. Riverside was temperance minded, and Republican. There were four saloons in Riverside when it was founded. The license fees were raised until the saloons moved out of Riverside. Investors from England and Canada transplanted traditions and activities adopted by prosperous citizens. As a result, the first golf course and polo field in Southern California were built in Riverside.
The first orange trees were planted in 1871, but the citrus industry Riverside is famous for beginning three years later (1874) when Eliza Tibbets received three Brazilian navel orange trees sent to her by a personal friend, William Saunders who was a horticulturist at the United States Department of Agriculture in Washington, D.C. The trees came from Bahia, Brazil. The Bahia orange did not do well in Florida, but its success in Southern California was phenomenal.
The three trees were planted on the Tibbets' property. One of the trees died after it was trampled by a cow during the first year it was planted. After the trampling, the two remaining trees were transplanted to property belonging to Sam McCoy to receive better care than L. C. Tibbets, Eliza's husband, could provide. Later, the trees were again transplanted, one at the Mission Inn property in 1903 by President Theodore Roosevelt (this tree died in 1922), and the other was placed at the intersection of Magnolia and Arlington Ave. Eliza Tibbets was honored with a stone marker placed with the tree. That tree still stands to this day inside a protective fence abutting what is now a major intersection.
The trees thrived in the Southern California climate and the navel orange industry grew rapidly. Many growers purchased bud wood and then grafted the cuttings to root stock. Within a few years, the successful cultivation of many thousands of the newly discovered Brazilian navel orange led to a California Gold Rush of a different kind: the establishment of the citrus industry, which is commemorated in the landscapes and exhibits of the California Citrus State Historic Park and the restored packing houses in the downtown's Marketplace district. By 1882, there were more than half a million citrus trees in California, almost half of which were in Riverside. The development of refrigerated railroad cars and innovative irrigation systems established Riverside as the wealthiest city per capita by 1895.
As the city prospered, a small guest hotel designed in the popular Mission Revival style, known as the Glenwood Tavern, eventually grew to become the Mission Inn, favored by presidents, royalty and movie stars. Inside was housed a special chair made for the sizable President William Howard Taft. The hotel was modeled after the missions left along the California coast by Franciscan friars in the 16th and 17th centuries. (Although Spanish missionaries came as far inland as San Bernardino (San Bernardino de Sena Estancia), east of Riverside, there was no actual Spanish mission in what is now Riverside.) Postcards of lush orange groves, swimming pools and magnificent homes have attracted vacationers and entrepreneurs throughout the years. Many relocated to the warm, dry climate for reasons of health and to escape Eastern winters. Victoria Avenue, with its scattering of elegant turn-of-the-century homes, and citrus-lined paseo, serves as a reminder of European investors who settled here.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 81.4 square miles (210.8 km2), of which 81.1 square miles (210 km2) is land and 0.3 square miles (0.78 km2) (0.37%) is water. The elevation of downtown Riverside is 860 feet (260 m). Hills within the city limits include Mount Rubidoux, a city landmark and tourist attraction. Riverside is surrounded by small and large mountains, some of which get a dusting of winter snow. Riverside is approximately 36 miles from the Pacific Ocean.
Riverside experiences a semi-arid mediterranean climate (Köppen climate classification Csa/BSh) with hot, dry summers and mild, relatively wet winters. Temperatures in the summer generally average in the 90s (F) but often exceed 100 °F (38 °C) though with somewhat low humidity. In the winter, high temperatures average in the upper 60s (°F), but may not rise above 55 °F (13 °C) during rainy days. January, the coldest month, averages a high / low temperature of 68 °F / 43 °F (20 °C / 6 °C), while August, the hottest month, averages a high / low temperature of 95 °F / 64 °F (35 °C / 18 °C). Riverside receives 10.4 inches of precipitation annually with most of it occurring in the winter and early spring, especially January through March, with February the wettest month.
The Riverside area is referred to as a "smog belt" because of its above-average level of air pollution. In a comparison by the National Campaign Against Dirty Air Power (2003), the Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario area was found to be one of the most polluted regions based on year-round particle measurements when compared to other U.S. cities. [NEJM 2004;351:1057-1067] Despite smog problems, the city has made efforts to reduce pollution by incorporating additional means of mass transit (Metrolink) and equipping its entire fleet of buses with natural gas. Smog has decreased considerably over the past years as local municipalities and counties work with the South Coast Air Quality Management District to implement measures to improve regional air quality. The smog alerts that people remember from decades ago are history. Most of Riverside's smog problems are the result of the prevailing wind patterns that blow the smog from the L.A. Basin and particulates generated by Southern California's multitude of vehicles, as well as the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach into the Inland Empire.
Riverside is home of the historic Mission Inn, the Beaux-Arts style Riverside County Historic Courthouse (based on the Petit Palais in Paris, France), and the Riverside Fox Theater, where the first showing of the 1939 film Gone with the Wind took place. The theater was purchased by the city and refurbished as part of the Riverside Renaissance Initiative. The Fox Theater underwent extensive renovation and restoration, which was completed in 2009, to turn the old cinema into a performing arts theater. The building was expanded to hold 1,600 seats and the stage was enlarged to accommodate Broadway-style performances. In January, 2010 singer Sheryl Crow opened the newly remodeled Fox Theater to a nearly sold out show.
Riverside is also the home of the "World's Largest Paper Cup," (actually made of concrete) which is over three stories (68.10 ft) tall. The "Dixie Cup" landmark is located on Iowa Street just north of Palmyrita, in front of what was once the Dixie Corporation's manufacturing plant (now closed down).
Three notable hills are in Riverside's scenic landscape: Box Springs Mountain, Evans (Jurupa) Hill and Tecolote Hill; all of which are preserved open spaces. South of Riverside is Lake Mathews. There is also the well-known landmark/foothill, Mount Rubidoux, which is next to the Santa Ana River and one of the most noticeable landmark in the downtown area. This foothill is the dividing line between the town of Rubidoux and the City of Riverside.
March Joint Air Reserve Base borders Riverside on the east serving as a divider between the City and Moreno Valley. March ARB is the oldest operating Air Force Base west of the Mississippi River being founded in 1918.
At the entrance to Riverside from the 60 freeway sits Fairmount Park. This extensive urban oasis was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. Slightly fraying around the edges, it still has a lovely, stocked pond that is home to many species of birds. On nearby private land is the former site of Spring Rancheria, a Cahuilla village.
The City of Riverside has 28 designated "neighborhoods" within the city limits. These neighborhoods include Airport, Alessandro Heights, Arlanza, Arlington, Arlington Heights, Arlington South, Canyon Crest, Casa Blanca, Downtown, Eastside, Grand, Hawarden Hills, Hillside Hunter Industrial Park, La Sierra, La Sierra Acres, La Sierra Hills, La Sierra South, Magnolia Center, Mission Grove, Northside, Orangecrest, Presidential Park, Ramona, Sycamore Canyon Park, Sycamore Canyon Springs, University, Victoria and Wood Streets.
To the east of downtown is the originally named "Eastside," which grew out of a colonia inhabited by Mexican immigrant workers in the orange groves, other orchards and produce fields. The area these people lived in was called Agua Mansa. Mexican communities were also formed in the barrio of Casa Blanca during the early twentieth century.
The City Council has proposed numerous annexations of nearby unincorporated communities which will increase its population and land area over the next few years. Most notable is the Lake Hills/Victoria Grove area, which would extend its southwestern borders to Lake Mathews.
Riverside is home to the University of California, Riverside. The UCR Botanical Gardens contains 40 acres (162,000 m²) of unusual plants, with four miles (6 km) of walking trails. The city prides itself on its historic connection to the navel orange, which was introduced to North America from Brazil by the first settlers to Riverside in 1873. Riverside is home to the one surviving Parent Navel Orange Tree, from which all American West Coast navel orange trees are descended.
There are three hospitals in Riverside.
Riverside is also home to the Riverside Public Library system. Branches include: Arlington, La Sierra, Marcy, Main, Eastside Cybrary, and Casa Blanca.
Convention facilities are available at the Riverside Convention Center, 45,000 sq ft (4,200 m2) indoors and 25,000 sq ft (2,300 m2) outdoors, the Riverside Marriott 14,000 sq ft (1,300 m2) indoors, and the Mission Inn, 15,000 sq ft (1,400 m2) indoors and 5,000 sq ft (460 m2) outdoors. All three facilities are located within walking distance of each other in downtown Riverside.
Cemeteries in Riverside include:
The Riverside Festival of Lights centers around the Mission Inn Hotel & Spa, in the downtown area. Decoration of the Inn begins in October and a lighting ceremony that includes notable speakers, fireworks, and live musicians takes place the day after Thanksgiving Day. The Inn puts up more than three million lights and hundreds of animated characters. The festival runs through New Years. At the festival, carolers, horse drawn carriage rides, and ice skating all color the event. Restaurants, cafes, and community groups all contribute to the festival which covers several city blocks in the downtown Riverside area.
Also during the week of Thanksgiving, the Festival of Trees is held at the Riverside Convention Center. Held since 1990, the event seeks to raise money for the Riverside County Regional Medical Center children’s units including the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, the Child Abuse and Neglect Unit, and the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Attracting 25,000 people per year, the event has raised over $5 million since its inception. At the Festival of Trees numerous professionally decorated Christmas trees are judged, auctioned and then displayed for public viewing. Other activities include entertainment, a children's craft area, a sweet shop, and Storytime with Santa.
Each year in February The Riverside Dickens Festival is held to, "enhance a sense of community among citizens of Riverside County and Southern California by creating a series of literary events and to provide educational, family-oriented, literary entertainment and activities such as plays, musical performances, pageants, living history presentations, workshops, lectures, classroom study, exhibits and a street bazaar with free entertainment, vendors and costumed characters."
The Riverside Airshow takes place in March at the Riverside Municipal Airport. The event attracts around 70,000 people and includes aerial performers, over 200 acres (0.81 km2) of aircraft displays, a car show and military vehicle display, children's activities, food and refreshments, helicopter displays and community group exhibits.
The Riverside International Film Festival (RIFF) takes place in April and features films from around the world.
The Legends of Riverside Film Festival and charity fund raiser is held in March each year at the Riverside International Automotive Museum. In addition to showcasing popular racing films, the annual event offers attendees an opportunity to personally meet famous racing legends of the past. In attendance at the 2009 event were racing greats Dan Gurney, Elliot and Stuart Forbes-Robinson, Bob Bondurant, Peter Brock, George Follmer, and Dick Goldstrand. The second annual event is scheduled for March 26 through March 28, 2010.
The Riverside Robot Expo is held in November each year, sponsored by the Riverside Robotics Society in alignment of its goal "to bring robotics to the Inland Empire." Society members bring robots and robot replicas to the event to spark children's interest in math, robotics and other sciences.
On September 13, 2008, Riverside hosted its first LGBT Pride event at White Park, near the Mission Inn.
Every first Thursday of the month is the Riverside Art Walk, with local vendors sell handmade arts and crafts.
Riverside is home to a variety of churches, religious organizations, and celebrations. The annual Easter Sunrise service at the top of Mt. Rubidoux is the nation’s oldest continual non-denominational outdoor Easter service The 100th anniversary of the event was held April 12, 2009.
Each December, a second celebration involving Mt. Rubidoux takes place. A 2½-mile procession from Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine to the top of Mount Rubidoux promotes awareness of Juan Diego's walk up Tepeyac hill, in 1531, where he reportedly saw a Marian apparition known as Our Lady of Guadalupe . The 2007 procession attracted 2,500 people.
Riverside is also home to the Inland Empire Atheists and Agnostics, an organization of over 800 local atheists, agnostics, and other non-religious individuals.
Riverside has one of five Seventh Day Baptist churches in California, a Sabbatarian and Baptist congregation. Riverside has eight Seventh Day Adventist churches.