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Thyroid Health and Hashimoto’s Thyroid Disease

Dr. Rajsree’s specializes in management of hypothyroidism, Hashimoto’s thyroid disease, thyroid nodules, goiters, and more subtle “sluggish” thyroid cases. The thyroid is one of the most important endocrine glands in your body.  Having your thyroid optimized can have tremendous impact on your weight, mood, energy, metabolism, bowel habits, cholesterol, fertility, and mental sharpness.

After reviewing your symptoms in detail and checking a thorough thyroid lab panel, Dr. Rajsree will be advise you on how to best heal your thyroid gland.  She is familiar with all types of thyroid replacement (synthetic, compounded, natural desiccated forms) and can help you figure out which form would be ideal for you based on labs and symptoms.  Rather than simply replacing the hormone, she will also look at ways to optimize your diet and nutritional status (iron, vitamin D, iodine, selenium) to help your thyroid gland function optimally.

For Hashimoto’s thyroid disease, Dr. Rajsree follows a comprehensive program as outlined by Dr. Isabella Wentz, addressing root causes of the thyroid disease.  In the last two years of following this protocol, 100% of patients following it precisely have had significant reduction in the TPO antibody.  Truly incredible!

In addition, Dr. Rajsree looks for the balance between thyroid, adrenal, and sex hormones to make sure your entire hormone health is optimized!  She advises her patients on diet, vitamins, and exercise which often impact hormonal health and symptoms.

 

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“Dr. Rajsree is an exceptional doctor! She takes her time and cares for her patients. She looks for the root cause of your symptoms and gives tangible, healing solutions to your health! She has helped me tremendously in my health journey! I highly recommend Dr. Rajsree and her staff.”
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- Jennifer Kocsis
Jun 30, 2019
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