Hormone Replacement Therapy Services
Aging is a major health issue that is heavily impacted both by
lifestyle and hormone imbalance. Many aspects of the aging process
are directly related to hormone concentrations in our bodies, and
Hormone Deficiency and Imbalance is actually one of the primary
mechanisms by which the human body ages.
Conscious Evolution Institute is a Licensed Medical Clinic which
provides Hormone Replacement Therapy options to men and women over
the age of thirty that live in Minnesota as well as anywhere in the
United States. We provide a number of services, including HGH
Replacement Therapy and Testosterone Replacement Therapy, that are
designed to restore optimal hormone balance in order to help you live
a more active and enjoyable life full of vitality.
heard of Menopause, but did you know that men go through a similar
change during middle age? As men grow older, they start to experience
a condition known as Andropause, in which Testosterone Concentrations
in the human body have declined to a point where physiological
function starts to deteriorate as a direct result. The most
noticeable symptoms of Low-T are Erectile Dysfunction and Loss of
Libido, but Testosterone Deficiency can have a destructive impact on
and Low-T can be treated very effectively via a method known as
Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy. By replacing the body's
dwindling reserves of Testosterone, it is possible to relieve the
symptoms associated with Low-T, including fatigue, weight gain, loss
of strength, depression and anxiousness, increased cholesterol,
sexual dysfunction, and hypertension.
HGH Injection Therapy
Growth Hormone Deficiency impacts both men and women, and can have a
negative impact on health and wellness, in addition to contributing
heavily to premature aging. HGH is a vital hormone released by the
pituitary which stimulates the replication and division of human
cells. When we are young, our bodies produce high levels of this
hormone, stimulating the growth associated with puberty. After
puberty, our bodies produce enough of the hormone to sustain normal
and youthful processes.
around the age of thirty, however, our bodies start to produce less
and less of this hormone, which can eventually lead to a number of
medical issues associated with aging, including weight gain, loss of
muscle density, weaker bones, depression, diabetes, depressed
cognitive function, reduced healing capacity and reduced exercise
and women suffering from Age-Related HGH Deficiency (also known as
Somatopause), HGH Injections can safely restore optimal Adult Growth
Hormone Levels, stimulating the body to function at peak capacity.
Sermorelin HGH Alternative
Conscious Evolution Institute also provides an alternative form of
treatment known as Sermorelin Acetate Therapy which naturally
preserves and optimizes the body's ability to produce natural Human
Growth Hormone. Both forms of treatment are highly effective, ask our
doctors which is right for you!
HCG Weight Loss Injections
forms of Hormone Replacement Therapy are aimed at Hormone
Restoration. In many cases, hormones can be used explicitly as a form
of medical treatment. HCG Injections are a clinically certified
method to lose weight quickly and safely.
HCG is an
effective weight loss aid because it encourages weight loss in three
different ways. First, it encourages the body to burn adipose fat
tissue. Second, it suppresses hunger, making it easier to stick with
the diet plan. Third, it provides a steady stream of energy,
preventing the feelings of exhaustion normally associated with
significant caloric restriction.
Cities in Minnesota
is the most highly populated city in the state of Minnesota, and is
located in Hennepin County. Minneapolis is located on the shores of
both the Minnesota River and the Mississippi River, and is located
immediately west and adjacent to St. Paul.
serves as an important economic center in the Midwest, both because
of its location between Seattle and Chicago and because of its
proximity to Canada. Minneapolis is also a professional sports town,
home of the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Minnesota Twins, and the
is the capital of the state of Minnesota, and is the second largest
city, behind Minneapolis. St. Paul is located immediately east of
Minneapolis, and together, the two cities are known as the Twin
Cities. St. Paul is located north of the Mississippi River, across
of national corporations are based in St. Paul, including Gander
Mountain, Securian Financial Group, and Ecolab. St. Paul is also home
to a number of museums and tourist attractions, including the
Goldstein Museum of Design, the Minnesota Museum of American Art, and
the Science Museum of Minnesota.
is located in the southeastern corner of Minnesota, and rests on the
banks of the Zumbro River. The city first formed as a strategic
resting point for stagecoaches traveling from Dubuque, Iowa to St.
has a unique economy, because it revolves primarily around the Mayo
Clinic, which is a large and preeminent non-profit American medical
research and practice facility. It is one of the best hospitals in
the United States, and is the largest employer in all of Minnesota.
Rochester is also home to a large IBM manufacturing center, known as
the Rochester Campus.
Minnesota is located in northeast Minnesota along the banks of Lake
Superior. Duluth is the fourth largest city in Minnesota, and the
largest American City on the shores of Lake Superior. Although Duluth
is located further inland than any other major port on the Great
Lakes, it is still accessible from the Atlantic Ocean.
a major tourist destination in Minnesota for people that enjoy the
outdoors, as it is located in proximity of a number of state and
national wildlife areas, including Gooseberry Falls State Park, the
Boundary Waters Canoe Area, and Superior National Forest. The area
also has a number of businesses that revolve around aviation and
is a suburb of Minneapolis-St.Paul, located to the south of both
cities. Bloomington is also the fifth most populated city in
Minnesota. Bloomington is one of the original suburban communities of
the United States, developing during the economic boom immediately
after World War 2. Bloomington is most famous as the home of the Mall
of America, and its economy revolves heavily around service and
All About Rochester, Minnesota Geographic Area
Rochester is a city in the U.S. state of Minnesota and is the county seat of Olmsted County. Located on both banks of the Zumbro River, the city has a population of 106,769 according to the 2010 United States Census. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated 2011 population is 107,890. It is Minnesota's third-largest city and the largest city located outside of the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington Metropolitan Statistical Area.
The territorial legislature created Olmsted County on February 20, 1855, with Rochester named county seat in 1857. Rochester developed as a stagecoach stop between Saint Paul, Minnesota, and Dubuque, Iowa. When the railroad arrived in the 1860's, it brought new residents and business opportunities. In 1863, Dr. William W. Mayo arrived as the examining surgeon for draftees in the Civil War. The community was named after Rochester, New York.
On August 21, 1883, the Great Tornado demolished much of Rochester, leaving 37 dead and about 200 injured. There was no medical facility at the time, so Mayo and his two sons worked together to care for the wounded. Donations of $60,000 were collected and the Sisters of St. Francis, assisted by Mayo, opened a new facility named St. Marys Hospital in 1889. The Mayo practice grew and is today among the largest and most well-respected medical facilities in the world. Many famous people from around the world, including former Presidents George H.W. Bush, Gerald Ford, have visited Rochester as patients of the Mayo Clinic.
Rochester lies alongside the South Fork of the Zumbro River. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 39.8 square miles (103 km2): 39.6 square miles (103 km2) of it is land and 0.2 square miles (0.52 km2) of it (0.35%) is water.
Rochester is in Olmsted County, one of only four counties in Minnesota without a natural lake. Artificial lakes exist in the area, including Silver Lake, a dammed portion of the South Fork Zumbro River just below the convergence with Silver Creek near the city center. The lake is used as a cooling pond by the coal- Rochester Public Utilities, RPU, Silver Lake electrical power plant. Heated water from the plant in the lake generally prevents it from freezing over during the winter. The open water attracts large numbers of migrating Giant Canada Geese
A major flood in 1978 led the city to embark on an expensive flood-control project that involved altering many nearby rivers and streams.
Rochester features a humid continental climate, with very warm summers and very cold winters. The city features four distinct seasons. Rochester sees on average 30 inches (760 mm) of rainfall and 48 inches (120 cm) of snowfall per year. Significant snow accumulation is common during the winter months. Spring and fall are transitional seasons, with a general warming trend during the spring and a general cooling trend during the fall. However, it is not uncommon to see some snowfall during the early months of spring and the later months of fall.
As of the 2005–2007 American Community Survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, there were 95,179 people, 39,203 households, and 23,831 families in the city. There were 42,049 housing units. There were 39,203 households out of which 49.8% were married couples. About 31.6% had children under the age of 18. About 2.5% were made up of a male householder with no wife present and about 8.5% were made up of a female householder with no husband present. In addition, 39.2% of all households were non-family households and 32.6% of households were made up of householders living alone. And 8.7% of households were made up of someone living alone who was 65 years of age and over. The average household size was 2.37 and the average family size was 3.04.
As of the 2005–2007 American Community Survey, the median household income was $57,957 and the median family income was $74,467. The per capita income was $30,977. About 5.9% of families and 8.4% of the population were below the poverty line, including 11.5% of those under age 18 and 5.1% of those aged 65 or over.
In terms of ancestry, the 2005–2007 American Community Survey found German Americans to be the largest single ethnic group in Rochester, making up 35.5% of the city's population. Norwegian Americans made up 15.9%, while Irish Americans contributed to 11.6% of the city's populace. English Americans made up 8.2% of the population and Swedish Americans were 5.0% of the city's population.
According to the 2010 US Census, non-Hispanic whites made up 81.9% of Rochester's population. Blacks made up 6.3% of the population while American Indians made up 0.2% of the populace. Asians were the largest minority group; representing 6.8% of Rochester's population. Hispanics and Latinos made up 5.2% of the city's population.
The Mayo Clinic forms the core of Rochester's economy. It employs over 30,000 people in the city and every year draws over 2 million visitors to the city. The clinic's many facilities, along with hotels, restaurants and retail stores, comprise nearly all of the city's downtown. Excluding the state government, the Mayo Clinic is the largest employer in Minnesota. Other care providers, including the Rochester Federal Medical Center, are significant employers.
IBM's Rochester campus is one of the company's most important manufacturing centers. It has produced the System i series, been home to the first Blue Gene prototype, and contributed the servers for Roadrunner. Seven employees at the Rochester IBM campus created IBM Employees Credit Union, which is now Think Mutual Bank, a chain of banks in the Rochester and Twin Cities metropolitan areas.
As the University of Minnesota Rochester eventually grows to an anticipated ultimate enrollment of 5,000 students, jobs to support both the educational and infrastructural components of UMR as well as jobs to support a student lifestyle will increase accordingly.
The economy of Rochester is also influenced by the agricultural nature of the region. Seneca Foods has a processing plant in Rochester. There are multiple dairy producers such as Kemps that are active in the area. In addition, Kerry Flavours and Ingredients, a subsidiary of the global Irish company called Kerry Group, maintains a production plant in Rochester that specializes in fermented ingredients, found in breads, meats and other processed foods.
A number of Rochester buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places, including the former Chateau Theatre, which now houses a Barnes & Noble bookstore, and Avalon Music, formerly a hotel important in the local civil rights movement.
The Rochester Art Center is located downtown, just south of the Mayo Civic Center.
Rochester's park system is large, with more than 100 sites covering 5 square miles (13 km2). The city maintains 85 miles (137 km) of paved trails. The south terminus of the Douglas State Trail, built on an abandoned railroad grade, is in Rochester.
Rochester is located in Minnesota's 1st congressional district, represented by Mankato educator Tim Walz, a member of the Democratic Farmer Labor Party| (DFL]. The city includes parts of Minnesota state legislative districts 29 and 30.
The mayor of Rochester is Ardell Brede. The city has an early defibrillation program; all marked city police cars carry defibrillators.
Rochester Public Schools enroll 16,300 students in 23 public primary and secondary schools. The city is divided into three public high school districts: John Marshall, Mayo and Century. Private schools in the city include Lourdes and Schaeffer Academy. Studio Academy, a fine arts-focused charter school operated for 10 years in Rochester and closed its doors in 2011 upon losing its charter. The Rochester STEM Academy opened in 2011, occupying the former Studio Academy building.
Higher education in Rochester has been concentrated at University Center Rochester in the city's southeast outskirts, where Rochester Community and Technical College shares a campus with a branch of Winona State University. The University of Minnesota offered degrees through UCR until 2007, when the University of Minnesota Rochester was established downtown. Rochester is also home to Crossroads College, along with branches of Cardinal Stritch University and the Minnesota School of Business. Branches of Augsburg College and College of St. Scholastica are also in Rochester as are branches of Winona State University and St. Mary's University. The Mayo Clinic offers graduate medical education and research programs through the Mayo Medical School.
The city newspaper is the Post-Bulletin, an afternoon paper which publishes Monday through Saturday. The Post-Bulletin company also publishes Rochester Magazine, a monthly features periodical, as well as an Austin, Minnesota edition of their main paper. A newspaper for all of Olmsted County, the Olmsted County Journal, is a weekly newspaper in the area.
There are two television stations based in Rochester: KTTC channel 10 (NBC), KTTC-(CW) channel 10.2, and KXLT-TV channel 47 (Fox). The stations share studios as part of a special agreement between Quincy Newspapers and Segamorehill Broadcasting. KIMT channel 3 (CBS) in Mason City, Iowa, KAAL channel 6 (ABC) in Austin, channel 15 KSMQ (PBS) in Austin and channel 24 KYIN (PBS) in Mason City are among the stations that serve the market. KAAL is licensed to Austin, but has a studio in Rochester.
The Rochester area is served by cable company Charter Communications.
Rochester is served by three U.S. highways (U.S. 14, U.S. 52, and U.S. 63), and the southern edge of Rochester is skirted by Interstate Highway 90 and State Highway 30. Olmsted County Highway 22 is also a main highway in the city because it circles most of Rochester. A combination of skyways and subterranean walkways (the "subway") link most downtown buildings. Public transit is run by Rochester Public Transit operated by First Transit, which also Owns and Operates First Student School Buses. Rochester International Airport, located about seven miles south of downtown, is the second busiest commercial airport in Minnesota.
A proposed Twin Cities-Rochester rail link has been subject to a series of studies since the late 1980s, either as an independent route to the Twin Cities or as part of a high-speed link to Chicago. Rochester previously had service to Chicago until the Chicago and North Western Railway's Rochester 400 ended service in 1963.
The city had long been a fixture on Money magazine's "Best Places to Live" index, and was ranked number 67 on the 2006 list, and in the top 3, including number one multiple times, from 1993-1997.
Rochester ranked second in Quality of Life by American City Business Journal.
Rochester ranked sixth in Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine's 10 Best Cities for the Next Decade.
Golf Digest and Golf for Women both ranked Rochester as the fifth best golf market in the midwest in 2006.
In 2009, US News and World Report ranked Rochester in the Top Ten Best Places to Grow Up and ninth for Best Cities for job seeking retirees.
Rochester was ranked the 5th best city to retire in by the Milken Institute.