Peptide therapy uses targeted peptides to stimulate specific bodily functions and promote healing and wellness, so you feel your best!
Professional nutritional guidance to maintaining and optimize health and wellness.
Boost your body's natural state of balance with medical guidance on supplement regimens.
Personalized injections tailored for your unique genetic makeup, with few side effects.
Benefit from convenient and safe pre-drawn injections for at-home therapy, using tiny, comfortable insulin needles.
Find out if our treatments are right for you. Discuss your symptoms and goals with a medical professional.
Come in for an initial intake visit and health screening. Possible blood draw and lab work to assess health status.
Start your personalized treatment plan and start feeling better! Results will vary based on treatment regimen.
Conveniently located in Mission Valley.
Peptides occur naturally in the body. Therefore, treatment using peptides has very few side effects. At your consultation, make sure to bring up any allergies you have. This information helps us create a regimen that is right for you.
Once your initial intake and health screening are complete, we may conduct a blood draw and lab work to fully inform us of your health status and determine the best treatment plan for your specific needs.
Our Peptide Therapy plan includes dispensing take-home injections, including 3 weekly injections for 1 month of treatment.
Monthly follow-ups and visits with your providers will ensure treatment remains tailored to your needs.
Studies show that peptide treatment can help stop the effects of arthritis if you already have it. It can also slow down the effects of arthritis and possibly prevent people from developing arthritis in the first place.
Many peptide drugs do require a prescription to use. We will explain what you are using and give you information about the peptides you are taking.
Yes, many studies show peptide therapy not only regrows hair but can also help stop processes that cause hair loss.
Yes, peptide therapies have been approved by the FDA since 1980. There are currently more than 60 different therapies approved, with many more in clinical trials right now.