Wichita Hormone Replacement Therapy Services
Hormone Deficiency is one of the leading causes of reduced health and wellness among both men and women as they grow older. Other health issues such as heart disease, diabetes, and stroke may have a higher level of awareness, but Hormone Imbalance is a precursor to many serious and/or chronic health conditions which significantly reduce quality of life.
The Conscious Evolution Institute is the top HRT Therapy Hormone Clinic in Wichita, Kansas, and is proud to serve the entire Wichita area as well as the entire state of Kansas. We work with doctors in your area to get you the best possible care available, while also offering highly competitive costs for the Hormone Products and Services that we provide.
From Wellington to Newton, El Dorado to Kingman, we can set you up with an appointment with a professional in your area to help you discover if you qualify for Hormone Optimization or Hormone Deficiency Treatment. If you are interested in finding a quality Wichita Hormone Treatment Center, we encourage you to contact us using the number you see at the top of the page, or by filling the form on the side!
Wichita Andropause Therapy with Testosterone Patches, Creams, and Injections
Testosterone Deficiency is a chronic medical condition which affects thousands upon thousands of men in the state of Kansas, and Wichita is no different. Low-T is a serious condition which suppresses not only sexual vitality, but mental and physical wellbeing at the same time. Most people recognize Andropause for its sexual symptoms, but it's so much more than that. Men with Low-T are more at risk for diabetes, heart attack, atherosclerosis, and Alzheimer's disease, not to mention obesity, high blood pressure, anxiety, and osteoporosis.
Our clinic offers quality Andropause Treatment Options for Men in Wichita Kansas, including Testosterone Cypionate and Enanthate, Topical Testosterone, and Transdermal Patches. In just a matter of months, it is possible to largely reverse the health issues associated with Low-T and help you improve your health and wellness through the wonders of HRT Therapy.
Wichita Human Growth Hormone Bio-Identical Injection Therapy
The Conscious Evolution Institute also provides Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy with Human Growth Hormone for patients in Wichita. HGH is an important Hormone which amplifies cellular metabolism, keeping the body functioning at its best, and warding off the effects of premature aging. HGH Injection Therapy is not a Wichita Anti-Aging Therapy, but it does mitigate the symptoms of Hormone Deficiency that are often confused with aging.
HGH Injection Therapy helps restore Growth Hormone Levels to those which are normal for a young adult, and are injected subcutaneously, which means that there is little to no pain associated with the injection. There are even devices available such as the HumatroPen which can simplify the injection process, making it even easier on the patient. If you are interested in Kansas HGH Therapy, we urge you to give us a call.
Wichita Sermorelin Therapy for Hypopituitarism and Growth Hormone Deficiency
For patients that are looking for an HGH Alternative in Wichita, Kansas, our clinic also offers a Recombinant Hormone Treatment known as Sermorelin Therapy. Sermorelin is a medical treatment which is the analog of the hormone which directly promotes the production of HGH—Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone. Sermorelin is directly derived from GH-RH, and promotes the secretion of HGH by the pituitary gland.
Sermorelin Injections are widely preferred to Human Growth Hormone for patients with Age-Related HGH Deficiency, because Sermorelin is highly capable of supporting the body's own natural rhythms of Hormone Production, meaning that the body is more able to produce HGH as if you were 20 years old, and were using no medication at all. Sermorelin is available Off-Label, and is less expensive than Growth Hormone per treatment, making it a fantastic option for many looking for Wichita Hormone Treatment.
Wichita Injectable HCG Weight Loss Treatments
Obesity is a big problem in Wichita, just as it is all across the nation. Dieting is one of the hardest things for many people to do effectively, even though they know that they will look and feel better, and desire to change their bodies. Our clinic offers a treatment known as Bio-Identical HCG Therapy which has been clinically shown to promote weight loss—and fast—of as much as 30 pounds in thirty days.
We are proud providers of Witchita HCG Diet Therapy, and we are eager to help you lose weight quickly and effectively. HCG Injection Therapy is used in combination with a diet method known as caloric restriction, in order to spur weight loss while preserving energy and muscle mass while promoting feelings of satiation over hunger. Contact us to find out if HCG is right for you!
Wichita, Kansas Information
Wichita is the most highly populated city in the state of Kansas, and is located where the Little Arkansas and the Arkansas Rivers converge. The city is situated in the central portion of the state, towards the south. During the 19th century, the Wichita area was occupied by a Native American tribe of the same name. The location on the river brought American settlers to the area, to establish port and trade in the region. The area became an important regional, and eventually national, center for agricultural trade as railroads were established linking Wichita easily with the rest of the United States.
Wichita is referred to as the Air Capital of the World today, because the city developed a strong tradition of aircraft production in the early 20th century which continues today. Companies that are headquartered in Wichita include Raytheon, Cessna, Bombardier, Boeing, and Airbus. Wichita, like many cities in the central United States, also has a vast amount of mineral wealth, primarily in oil, which also provides jobs to the city and energy to the United States.
Wichita State University is located in the city, and is home to the WSU Shockers, which have a strong and nationally renowned basketball program. The Shockers usually play at Charles Koch Arena, but sometimes play big games at the much larger Intrust Bank Arena. As the city is the largest in Kansas, Wichita provides a number of cultural offerings, including the Sedgwick County Zoo, the Mid-America All-Indian Center, and the Music Theater of Wichita.
All About Wichita Falls, Texas Geographic Area
Wichita Falls is a city in and the county seat of Wichita County, Texas, United States. Wichita Falls is the principal city of the Wichita Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses all of Archer, Clay and Wichita counties. According to the 2010 census, the city had a population of 104,553 making it the twenty-ninth most populous city in the state of Texas. In addition to Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls is also home to the "world's littlest skyscraper".
The Choctaw Indians settled the area in the early 18th century. White settlers arrived in the 1860s to form cattle ranches. The city of Wichita Falls was officially born on September 27, 1872. On that day, a sale of town lots was held at what is now the corner of Seventh and Ohio streets – the birthplace of the city. The Fort Worth and Denver Railway arrived in 1882, the same year the city became the county seat of Wichita County, Texas. The city grew westwards from the train depot. This area is now referred to as the Depot Square Historic District, which has been declared a Texas Historic Landmark.
A flood in 1886 destroyed the original falls on the Wichita River for which the city was named. After nearly 100 years of visitors wanting to visit the non-existent falls, the city built an artificial waterfall beside the river in Lucy Park. The recreated falls are 54 feet (16 m) high and recirculate at 3,500 gallons per minute. They are visible to south-bound traffic on Interstate 44.
The city is currently seeking funding to rebuild and restore the downtown area. Downtown Wichita Falls was the city's main shopping area for many years, but lost ground to the creation of new shopping centers throughout the city beginning with Parker Square in 1953 and other similar developments during the 1960s and 1970s, culminating with the opening of Sikes Senter Mall in 1974.
Wichita Falls was once home to offices of several oil companies and related industries, along with oil refineries operated by the Continental Oil Company (now Conoco Phillips) until 1952 and Panhandle Oil Company (later American Petrofina) until 1965. Both firms continued to utilize a portion of their former refineries as gasoline/oil terminal facilities for many years.
A devastating tornado hit the north and northwest portions of Wichita Falls along with Sheppard Air Force Base during the afternoon of April 3, 1964 leaving 7 dead, more than 100 injured and causing roughly $15 million in property damage (approximately 225 homes and businesses).
An F4 tornado struck the heavily populated southern sections of Wichita Falls in the late afternoon on Tuesday, April 10, 1979 (known locally as "Terrible Tuesday"). The storm was part of an outbreak that produced 30 tornadoes around the region. Despite having nearly an hour's advance warning that severe weather was imminent, 42 people were killed (25 in vehicles) and 1,800 were injured because the storm arrived just in time for many people to be driving home from work. The tornado left 20,000 people homeless and caused $400 million in damage, a U.S. record not topped by an individual tornado until the F5 Moore-Oklahoma City tornado of May 3, 1999. 45 people were killed in this tornado.
Wichita Falls is located at 33°53′49″N 98°30′54″W / 33.89694°N 98.515°W / 33.89694; -98.515 (33.897047, −98.514881). The city is about 15 miles (24 km) south of the border with Oklahoma, 115 miles (185 km) northwest of Fort Worth, and 140 miles (230 km) southwest of Oklahoma City. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 70.71 square miles (183.1 km2) of which 70.69 square miles (183.1 km2) is land and 0.02 square miles (0.052 km2) (0.03%) is water.
Wichita Falls experiences a humid subtropical climate (Köppen climate classification Cfa).
As of the census of 2000, there were 104,197 people, 37,970 households, and 24,984 families residing in the city. City-data.com reports the population has since declined to 99,354 in July 2006, though the city disputes these numbers. The population density was 1,474.1 inhabitants per square mile (569.2 /km2). There were 41,916 housing units at an average density of 593.0 per square mile (229.0 /km2). The racial makeup of the city was 75.11% White, 12.40% African American, 0.86% Native American, 2.20% Asian, 0.10% Pacific Islander, 6.39% from other races, and 2.95% from two or more races. Persons of Hispanic or Latino origin accounted for 13.98% of the population.
Of the 37,970 recorded households, 33.1% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 49.7% were married couples living together, 12.3% had a female householder with no husband present, and 34.2% were non-families. 28.7% of all households were made up of individuals and 10.7% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.46 and the average family size was 3.04. In the city the population was spread out with 24.7% under the age of 18, 15.2% from 18 to 24, 29.3% from 25 to 44, 18.6% from 45 to 64, and 12.3% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 39 years. For every 100 females there were 106.2 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 106.7 males. The median income for a household in the city was $32,554, and the median income for a family was $39,911. Males had a median income of $27,609 versus $21,877 for females. The per capita income for the city was $16,761. About 10.8% of families and 13.9% of the population were below the poverty line, including 17.7% of those under age 18 and 10.3% of those age 65 or over. Based on a July 1, 2006 estimate, the metropolitan statistical area has a population of 145,528, a decline of nearly 4% since 2000 (see Table of United States Metropolitan Statistical Areas).
According to Wichita Falls' 2011 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, the top employers in the city are:
By default, Dallas' KERA-TV serves as the default PBS affiliate for Wichita Falls via a translator station.
Wichita Falls is the home of the annual Hotter'N Hell Hundred, the largest century bicycle ride in the US..
Mark Rippetoe, a popular strength coach and author of "Starting Strength – Basic Barbell Training", resides in Wichita Falls and is the owner of a black-iron gym Wichita Falls Athletic Club.
The city has been home to a number of semi-pro, development, and minor league sports teams, including the Wichita Falls Drillers, a semi-pro football team that has won numerous league titles and a national championship; Wichita Falls Kings (formerly known as Wichita Falls Razorbacks), the professional basketball team Wichita Falls Texans of the Continental Basketball Association; Wichita Falls Fever in the Lone Star Soccer Alliance (1989–92); the Wichita Falls Spudders baseball team in the Texas League; the Wichita Falls Wildcats (formerly the Wichita Falls Rustlers) of the North American Hockey League, an American "Junior A" Hockey league; and the Wichita Falls Roughnecks (formerly the Graham Roughnecks) of the Texas Collegiate LeagueJames Darren Black, a once youth goalie phenom, still resides here today. He won All American Goalie of the year 1999, 2000, and 2001.. The Dallas Cowboys held training camp in Wichita Falls during the late 1990s.
Lucy Park is a 170-acre (69 ha) park with a log cabin, duck pond, swimming pool, playground, a frisbee golf course, and picnic areas. It has multiple paved walkways suitable for walking, running, biking, or rollerskating, including a river walk that goes to a re-creation of the original falls for which the city was named (the original falls were destroyed in a 19th century flood; the new falls were built in response to numerous tourist requests to visit the "Wichita Falls"). It is one of 37 parks throughout the City. The parks range in size from small neighborhood facilities to the 258 acres of Weeks Park featuring the Champions Course at Weeks Park, an 18 hole golf course. In addition, there is an off-leash dog park within Lake Wichita Park and a skatepark adjacent to the city's Softball Complex. There are also unpaved trails for off-road biking and hiking.
The Mayor of Wichita Falls is Glenn Barham. The Wichita Falls City Council has six members: Dorothy Roberts-Burns, Michael Smith, Annetta Pope-Dotson, Brian Hooker, Tim Ingle, and Mary Ward. The City Manager is Darron Leiker.
Wichita Falls is located in the 69th district of the Texas House of Representatives. Lanham Lyne, a Republican, represents the district since 2011. Wichita Falls is also located in the 30th district of the Texas Senate. Craig Estes, a Republican, has held the senate seat since 2001. Wichita Falls is part of Texas's 13th congressional district for the U.S. House of Representatives. Mac Thornberry, a Republican, has held this seat since 1995.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice James V. Allred Unit is located in Wichita Falls, 4 miles (6.4 km) northwest of downtown Wichita Falls. The United States Postal Service operates the Wichita Falls Post Office,the Morningside Post Office, the Bridge Creek Post Office,and the Sheppard Air Force Base Post Office.
Wichita Falls is home to Midwestern State University, an accredited 4-year college and the only independent liberal arts college in Texas offering both bachelor's and master's degrees. A local branch of nearby Vernon College offers two-year degrees, certificate programs, and workforce development programs, and also Wayland Baptist University, whose main branch is located in Plainview, Texas.
Public primary and secondary education is covered by the Wichita Falls Independent School District, the City View Independent School District, and the Bright Ideas Charter School. There are several parochial schools, the largest of which is Notre Dame Catholic school. Other private schools operate in the city, as does an active home-school community. Many of the local elementary schools participate in the Head Start program for preschool-aged children. The Wichita Falls ISD is one of only a handful of school districts in Texas that does not require its students to attend a particular school in the district based on their residency. Instead, all schools have magnet programs to attract students, such as the Washington Jackson Math & Science Center.
Two schools in the Wichita Falls Independent School District participate in the International Baccalaureate programmes. Hirschi High School offers the IB Diploma Programme, and G.H. Kirby Junior High School for the Middle Years Programme. Other public high schools are Wichita Falls High School and S. H. Rider High School (Wichita Falls ISD) and City View High School (City View ISD).
Wichita Falls is the western terminus for Interstate 44. U.S. Highways leading to or through Wichita Falls include 287, 277, 281, and 82. State Highway 240 ends at Wichita Falls and State Highway 79 runs through it. Wichita Falls has one of the largest numbers of freeway mileage for a city of its size as a result of a 1954 bond issue approved by city and county voters to purchase right-of-way for several expressway routes through the city and county, the first of which was opened in 1958 as an alignment of U.S. 287 from Eighth Street at Broad and Holliday streets northwestward across the Wichita River and bisecting Lucy and Scotland parks to the Old Iowa Park Road, which was the original U.S. 287 alignment. That was followed by other expressway links including U.S. 82–287 east to Henrietta (completed in 1968), U.S. 281 south toward Jacksboro (completed 1969), U.S. 287 northwest to Iowa Park and Electra (opened 1962), Interstate 44 north to Burkburnett and the Red River (opened 1964), and Interstate 44 from Old Iowa Park Road to U.S. 287/Spur 325 interchange on the city's north side along with Spur 325 itself from I-44/U.S. 287 to the main gate of Sheppard Air Force Base (both completed as one single project in 1960). However, cross-country traffic for many years had to contend with several ground-level intersections and stop lights over Holliday and Broad streets near the downtown area for approximately 13 blocks between connecting expressway links until a new elevated freeway running overhead was completed in 2001.
Efforts to create an additional freeway along the path of Kell Boulevard for U.S. 82–277 began in 1967 with the acquisition of right-of-way that included a former railroad right-of-way and the first project including construction of the present frontage roads completed in 1977, followed by freeway lanes, overpasses and on/off ramps in 1989 from just east of Brook Avenue west to Kemp Boulevard; and similar projects west from Kemp to Barnett Road in 2001 followed by Barnett Road west past FM 369 in 2010 to tie in which a project now underway to transform U.S. 277 into a continuous four-lane expressway between Wichita Falls and Abilene.
Greyhound Lines provides intercity bus service from Wichita Falls to other locations served by Greyhound via its terminal at the Jolly truck stop outside of town. Skylark Van Service shuttles passengers to and from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport on several runs during the day all week long.
The Wichita Falls Municipal Airport is served by American Eagle with three flights daily to the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. The Kickapoo Downtown Airport and the Wichita Valley Airport serve smaller, private planes.