Aurora Hormone Replacement Therapy Services
Hormone Balance is one of the key important aspects of maintaining and facilitating a long and healthy life. Hormone Deficiency can strike at any age, but becomes drastically more common with every passing year. Many forms of Hormone Imbalance, such as HGH Deficiency and Testosterone Deficiency, are inevitable if one lives long enough, simply because of the way that our bodies work and how they age.
These forms of Hormone Decline may be inevitable, but they are highly treatable. The Conscious Evolution Institute is a licensed and board-certified Hormone Clinic which specializes in quality HRT Treatments designed to get your Hormone Levels back in the ideal balance designed to return you to peak wellness. Our clinic has professional affiliates situated all throughout Aurora, Colorado and the greater Denver metropolitan area, and we can arrange for an appointment to find out if you qualify for the Quality Hormone Care that our Hormone Doctors and Specialists can provide. If you are interested in a free, no-cost consultation, we urge you to call us at the number posted at the top of the page, or fill out the contact form that you see on the right side of the page.
Aurora Testosterone Therapy for the Treatment of Andropause and Adult Low-T
One of the fine treatments that we offer at the Conscious Evolution Institute is Bio-Identical Testosterone Replacement with Testosterone Injections, Testosterone Patches, and Testosterone Topical Creams. If you are interested in Aurora Andropause Treatments or looking for an affordable Aurora Low-T Hormone Clinic, we can provide you we highly effective and competitively priced Hormone Treatments.
Testosterone Deficiency is most notable for its effects upon sexual health, including diminished sex drive, premature ejaculation, and diminished sexual function, but it is also associated with many other symptoms that can severely affect your health, including high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, loss of bone mineral density, increased body fat, reduced muscle mass and strength, and even increased risk of cognitive decline and Alzheimer's disease. We offer men over the age of thirty in Aurora Testosterone Therapy Treatments designed to mitigate the effects of Low-T and improve long term health and wellness.
Aurora Growth Hormone Therapy for the Treatment of HGH Deficiency and Somatopause
Our Aurora, Colorado HGH Therapy Treatments are available to patients that are clinically shown to suffer from Human Growth Hormone Deficiency, also known as Somatopause or Hypopituitarism. Somatopause is Adult-Onset HGH Decline that occurs as declining Growth Hormone Levels start to actively inhibit the body's ability to perform at its best. Because Growth Hormone is such an important metabolic Hormone, the effects of this decline are widespread and potentially disastrous.
Human Growth Hormone Deficiency Symptoms include unhealthy changes in cholesterol and body composition, increased risk of Osteoporosis, increased recovery time from illness and injury, impaired immune health, memory issues, trouble focusing, depression, heart disease, hair loss, and increased incidence of lines and wrinkles. HGH Injection Therapy increases Growth Hormone Levels to those that are experienced in early adulthood, leading to gradual improvement in symptoms over the course of six months of treatment.
Aurora Sermorelin Acetate Injections for HGH Restoration
Another option on the table for Aurora HGH Deficiency sufferers is Sermorelin Acetate. Sermorelin is the functional equivalent of a naturally produced hormone known as GH-RH, which activates the pituitary and spurs the production of Human Growth Hormone. Sermorelin is a popular alternative to Human Growth Hormone for many reasons.
For one, because Sermorelin encourages the natural production of HGH, the body has more control over when and how much HGH is produced, as opposed to Injectable Human Growth Hormone. Second, Sermorelin Therapy is a less expensive treatment option for patients with Growth Hormone Deficiency, meaning that treatment is less of a burden on the wallet of the patient. Third, Sermorelin is available for medical prescription off-label, which means that our Aurora Hormone Doctor is free to prescribe the treatment to you as long as he or she believes that you can benefit from the treatment. If you have questions about Aurora, Colorado Sermorelin, feel free to contact us to learn more!
Aurora Injectable HCG Therapy for Diet and Weight Loss
HCG Injection Therapy is a dynamic Bio-Identical Weight Loss Therapy that we offer to the overweight and obese men and women in Aurora, Colorado. Bio-Identical HCG has been clinically shown to encourage weight loss to the tune of seven pounds per week over the course of a month, helping patients realize rapid changes in body composition and experience valuable changes in physiological function owing from their new and healthier body fat percentage. HCG is a unique HRT Therapy that, when combined with a special, low-calorie diet, encourages the body to preserve muscle, burn body fat, maintain energy, and suppress hunger, all at the same time!
Aurora, Colorado Information
Aurora is the third most highly populated city in the state of Colorado, and is considered more as an economic and cultural partner to Denver, Colorado, rather than a suburb. Aurora is referred to by two common names—The Sunrise of Colorado, and the Gateway to the Rockies. Aurora is largely comprised of dozens of interconnected neighborhoods, and these neighborhoods include Kingsborough, Meadow Wood, Lakeshore, Sterling Hills, Rocky Ridge, Aurora Hills, and Heather Ridge.
One of the foundations of the Aurora economy is its military presence, most notably that of Buckley Air Force Base. Other major employers include ADT Security Services, Kaiser Permanente, Raytheon, and Children's Hospital. Aurora is notable for its scenic beauty in addition to its proximity to Denver, and has a huge amount of forest and park space. Many also travel to Aurora to experience the fantastic golfing opportunities that the city has to offer, including the JFK Golf Course, Heritage Eagle Bend Golf, and Blackstone Country Club. Other landmarks in Aurora include the Aurora History Museum, the Fox Theatre and Arts Center, and the High Line Canal. Aurora is considered a highly sought after place to live, with a high quality of life and lots of amenities to experience and enjoy. Suburbs located around Aurora include Parker, Foxfield, Centennial, and Greenwood Village.
All About Aurora, Colorado Geographic Area
The City of Aurora (/əˈrɔərə/, /əˈrɔrə/) is a Home Rule Municipality in the U.S. state of Colorado, spanning Arapahoe and Adams counties, with the extreme southeastern portion of the city extending into Douglas County. Aurora is one of the principal cities of the Denver-Aurora-Broomfield, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area (Metro Denver). The city's population was 325,078 in the 2010 Census, which makes it the third most populous city in the state of Colorado and the 56th most populous city in the United States.
Denver and Aurora are the principal cities of the Denver Metropolitan Area, which in 2007 had an estimated population of 2,464,866 (the 22nd most populous MSA in the U.S.). However, Denver and Aurora combined make up less than half of the Metro Denver Area's population and Aurora has approximately half the population of Denver. The estimated population of Metropolitan Denver was 2,998,878 in 2007 (15th most populous CSA).
Aurora originated in the 1880s as the town of Fletcher, taking its name from Denver businessman Donald Fletcher who saw it as a real estate opportunity. He and his partners staked out four square miles east of Denver, but the town - and Colorado - struggled mightily after the Silver Crash of 1893. At that point Fletcher skipped town, leaving the community with a huge water debt. Inhabitants decided to rename the town Aurora in 1907, after one of the subdivisions composing the town, and Aurora slowly began to grow in Denver’s shadow becoming the fastest-growing city in the United States during the late 1970s and early 1980s. Rather aptly, Aurora, the city composed of hundreds of subdivisions thus carries the name of one of the original development plats from which it sprang.
Although Aurora has long been considered by many only as one of Denver's larger suburbs, Aurora's growing population in recent decades (now over half the size of the City of Denver) has led to efforts for co-equal recognition with its larger neighbor. Former mayor Dennis Champine once expressed the somewhat whimsical notion that eventually the area would be called the “Aurora/Denver Metropolitan Area.” Indeed, since the 2000 Census Aurora has surpassed Denver in land area, and much of Aurora is undeveloped, while Denver is more fully built-out. However, such efforts are somewhat hampered by the lack of a large, historically important central business district in the city. Aurora is largely suburban in character, as evidenced by the city’s modest collection of tall buildings.
A large military presence has existed in Aurora since the early 20th century. In 1918, Army General Hospital #21 (later renamed Fitzsimons Army Hospital) opened, with the U.S. government expanding and upgrading the hospital facilities in 1941 just in time to care for the wounded servicemen of World War II. Lowry Air Force Base was opened in 1938, straddling the border of Aurora and Denver. It eventually closed in 1994, and was redeveloped into a master-planned community featuring residential, commercial, business and educational facilities. In 1942, the Army Air Corps built Buckley Field, which over the course of history has been renamed Naval Air Station, Buckley Air National Guard Base and finally Buckley Air Force Base. The base, home of the 460th Space Wing and the 140th Wing Colorado Air National Guard, is Aurora's largest employer.
World attention focused on Aurora for seven weeks during the fall of 1955, as President Dwight D. Eisenhower recovered from a heart attack at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center. In 1943 the hospital was the birthplace of 2004 Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry. Decommissioned in 1999, the facility is part of the Anschutz Medical Campus of the University of Colorado Denver, and the Fitzsimons Life Science District. The Anschutz Medical Campus also includes the University of Colorado Hospital, which moved to Aurora from Denver in 2007, and the Children's Hospital. These facilities will employ a workforce of 32,000 at build-out.
In 2004, Aurora was honored as the Sports Illustrated magazine's 50th Anniversary "Sportstown" for Colorado because of its exemplary involvement in facilitating and enhancing sports. The city attracts more than 30 regional and national sports tournaments annually to Aurora's fields, which include the 220-acre (0.89 km2) Aurora Sports Park opened in 2003. Aurora's active populace is also reflected in the variety of professional athletes hailing from the city. Aurora's first semi-professional sports franchise, the Aurora Cavalry in the International Basketball League, began play in 2006 but folded by seasons end due to budget mishaps.
Aurora is split among three counties and lies distant from the respective county seats. A consolidated city and county government was considered in the mid-1990s but failed to win approval by city voters. The issue was reconsidered in 2006. Colorado voters created the City and County of Denver in 1902 and the City and County of Broomfield in 2001. A consolidated city and county of Aurora would likely include areas not within the current city limits, but the new city-county boundaries would be set, restricting future expansion.
In 2008, Aurora was designated an All-America City by the National Civic League.
On July 20, 2012, Aurora was the site of one of the largest mass shootings in terms of number of casualties in United States history. The 2012 Aurora shooting occurred just after midnight, when a gunman opened fire during the midnight premiere of The Dark Knight Rises in a Century movie theater in Aurora, killing 12 people and injuring 58 others. The gunman, acting alone and dressed in protective clothing, entered the theater and set off tactical grenades, then opened fire with multiple firearms on the theatergoers. James Eagan Holmes was arrested in connection with the crime.
Aurora is located at 39°41′45″N 104°48′29″W / 39.69583°N 104.80806°W / 39.69583; -104.80806 (39.695887, -104.808101). The city's official elevation, posted on signs at the city limits, is 5,471 feet (1,668 m). However, the city spans a difference in elevation of nearly 1,000 feet (300 m). The lowest elevation of 5,285 feet (1,611 m) is found at the point where Sand Creek crosses the city limit in the northwest corner of the city, while the highest elevation of 6,229 feet (1,899 m) is on the extreme southern border of the city in Douglas County, near the intersection of Inspiration and Gartrell roads.
As of the 2000 Census, the city had a total area of 142.7 square miles (370 km2), of which 142.5 square miles (369 km2) was land and 0.2 square miles (0.52 km2), or 0.17%, was water. By 2010, the city had grown to 154.7 square miles (401 km2), surpassing Denver’s 153.0 square miles (396 km2) and ranking as the 54th largest U.S. city in land area.
Aurora experiences a semi-arid climate (Köppen climate classification BSk).
Aurora is composed of dozens of neighborhoods, districts and (current and former) military installations. Among them:
Aurora straddles Interstate 70, Interstate 225 and the E-470 beltway. The Regional Transportation District's light rail transit system was extended to serve the southwestern edge of Aurora on November 17, 2006. The H Line stops at Aurora's Dayton and Nine Mile Stations; a comprehensive network of feeder buses in southern Aurora serve the latter. An extension of light rail along I-225 through the city is planned to connect with a commuter rail line between downtown Denver and Denver International Airport (DIA), both scheduled for completion by 2017 (see FasTracks). Much of Aurora is more convenient to DIA than Denver itself. This proximity is a factor in the expected growth of the E-470 corridor directly south of DIA, projected to eventually accommodate 250,000 additional Aurora residents.
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The city of Aurora operates under a council/manager form of government, where the city manager runs the city's day-to-day operations with general guidance from the city council. The Aurora City Council is composed of a mayor and ten council members. Six members are elected from districts the other four are elected at large. The mayor is elected by the entire city. Aurora's mayor role is largely ceremonial, but the mayor does have direct impact on policy issues as the head of city council.
The city of Aurora is protected 24/7, 365 by the paid, full-time firefighters of the city of Aurora Fire Rescue Department(AFD). The Aurora Fire Rescue Department operates in 4 Divisions, each commanded by a Deputy Chief: The Emergency Services Division, The Support Services Division, The Life Safety/Fire Marshal Division, and The Special Services Division. The AFD operates out of 15 Fire Stations in 3 Battalions. The AFD also staffs a fire apparatus fleet of 14 Engines, 4 Trucks, 1 Heavy Rescue, 1 Haz-Mat. Unit, 3 Brush Units, 1 Air Unit, 1 Water Tender, 1 Arson Unit, 2 Mass Casualty Units. Below is a complete listing of all Fire Station Locations in the city of Aurora.
As of the 2010 census, there were 325,078 people, 121,191 households, and 73,036 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,939.6 people per square mile (748.9/km²). There were 131,040 housing units at an average density of 766.7 per square mile (296.0/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 61.1% White, 15.7% African American, 4.9% Asian (1.1% Korean, 0.8% Vietnamese, 0.6% Filipino, 0.5% Chinese, 0.5% Indian, 0.2% Japanese, 0.1% Cambodian, 0.1% Burmese, 0.1% Nepalese, 0.1% Pakistani, 0.1% Indonesian), 1.0% Native American, 0.3% Pacific Islander, 11.6% from other races, and 5.2% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 28.7% of the population; 21.9% of Aurora's population is of Mexican heritage, 1.0% Salvadoran, 0.7% Puerto Rican, 0.4% Guatemalan, 0.3% Honduran, 0.3% Peruvian, and 0.2% Cuban. Non-Hispanic Whites were 47.3% of the population in 2010, compared to 85.1% in 1980.
There were 121,191 households out of which 35.5% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 46.9% were married couples living together, 13.1% had a female householder with no husband present, and 34.8% were non-families. 27.4% of all households were made up of individuals and 5.7% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.6 and the average family size was 3.2.
In the city the population was spread out with 27.3% under the age of 18, 6.8% from 18 to 24, 37.6% from 25 to 44, 16.8% from 45 to 64, and 8.9% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 32 years. For every 100 females there were 100.5 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 95.8 males.
The median income for a household in the city was $46,507, and the median income for a family was $52,551. Males had a median income of $35,963 versus $30,080 for females. The per capita income for the city was $21,095. About 6.8% of families and 8.9% of the population were below the poverty line, including 12.0% of those under age 18 and 6.1% of those age 65 or over.
According to the Aurora Economic Development Council, the largest public employers in the city are:
According to the Aurora Economic Development Council, the top 10 largest employers in the city are:
Other significant businesses include Mexicana de Aviación, and the Aurora Mental Health Center.
The City of Aurora levies an Occupational Privilege Tax (OPT or Head Tax) on employers and employees.
The city of Aurora manages more than 1,800 acres (7.3 km2) of developed park land, more than 6,000 acres (24 km2) of open space and natural areas, and seven award-winning municipal golf courses (Aurora Hills, Centre Hills Par 3, Meadow Hills, Murphy Creek, Saddle Rock, Springhill and Fitzsimons). Aurora also is home to several privately owned golf courses including Blackstone Country Club, CommonGround Golf Course, Heather Ridge Country Club, Heritage Eagle Bend Golf and Country Club, John F. Kennedy Golf Course and Valley Country Club.
Star K Ranch, home to Aurora's Morrison Nature Center, provides important habitat for wildlife. It has several trails for nature exploration, including access to the Sand Creek Greenway Trail. Jewell Wetland, a 50-acre (200,000 m2) wooded wetland, features trails, boardwalk/deck access into the wetland and a butterfly garden. Aurora Reservoir and Quincy Reservoir offer plenty of opportunities for outdoor water pursuits.
DeLaney Farm, site of Aurora's famous historic round barn, has 130 acres (0.53 km2) of open space, trails with access to the High Line Canal, an organic garden, and two structures on the National Register of Historic Places. The Plains Conservation Center, with 1,100 acres (4.5 km2) of native shortgrass prairie, hosts a variety of educational programs.
Twenty-two historic sites and landmarks are managed by the city of Aurora, including the Gully Homestead of 1870, the Victorian-style Centennial House of 1890, the privately owned American War Mothers National Memorial Home, the Art Deco-style KOA Building of 1934, the DeLaney Round Barn of 1902, and Lowry Building 800, the interim headquarters for the U.S. Air Force Academy from 1955 to 1958.
The Aurora Fox Theatre & Arts Center, another historic landmark, is a 245-seat performing arts facility in Downtown Aurora's new Arts District.
The Aurora History Museum is a community-based cultural center featuring a permanent exhibit on Aurora history and two changing exhibit galleries touching on topics related to history and decorative arts. The Aurora Symphony Orchestra, a community orchestra established more than 30 years ago, offers a full season of full orchestra concerts annually as well as smaller chamber ensemble performances.
Aurora has no sister cities, as designated by Sister Cities International: The Denver Regional Council of Governments has established a "sister city" relationship with the Baghdad Governorate, one of Iraq's eighteen provinces.