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Growth Hormone Secretagogues Gilbert, AZ

Forget the Growth Hormone Injections

Getting old can stink. Your skin suffers because your body produces one additional percentage point less collagen every year (accumulating) after your 20th birthday. That’s why older skin is thinner and more prone to wrinkling and sagging. Dumb. Now take our growth hormones. They are secreted by the pituitary gland in the brain. After age 30, […]

  • Posted on: Oct 30 2018
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Medical Weight Loss Gilbert, AZ

Don’t Be Scared of Exercise

It is Halloween here in Gilbert, so there are many things to be afraid of, but exercise shouldn’t be one of them. At Infinity, a big part of our practice mission is helping patients lose weight and keep the weight off. Our diet plans vary, some incorporating prescription weight loss medicines such as Phentermine, others […]

  • Posted on: Oct 15 2018
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Relief for that Aching Knee

Most of us have some degree of osteoarthritis, otherwise known as “wear and tear arthritis.” It’s simply the result of jumping, running, changing direction, stopping, bending, and creating all of the other movements that we humans are able to do. With osteoarthritis, the joints may have less cushion as cartilage has been worn down over […]

  • Posted on: Sep 30 2018
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Corticosteroid Injections

Over the years, particularly if you play sports, you’ve probably heard of someone getting a cortisone shot in a joint. For a diehard softball shortstop it could be in the shoulder/rotator cuff area. For a volleyball player, it could be in the knee joint. First off, cortisone and corticosteroids are the same thing. Corticosteroids often […]

  • Posted on: Sep 15 2018
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Have a Full Plate of Platelets

You would know this if you played professional football for the Cardinals, but otherwise you may not have heard about the healing properties of platelet-rich plasma (PRP). Professional athletes, particularly football players, have been using PRP for years to help them recover more quickly after injury or surgery. We offer PRP injections at Infinity Health […]

  • Posted on: Aug 30 2018
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Testing for Respiratory Pathogens

One of our test offerings at Infinity Health & Wellness is the respiratory pathogen panel (RPP). This test detects and identifies a specific viral nucleic acid from an individual that is presenting symptoms of a respiratory infection. Why is this test necessary? Most people will develop an acute respiratory tract infection every year. Children develop […]

  • Posted on: Aug 15 2018
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Juvéderm®, a Number of Options for Volume Replacement

As our skin thins and becomes less hydrated with age (especially in toasty Arizona) it is more prone to developing wrinkles and creases. And for most people, these are the signs of aging that they fret about. But it’s volume loss that really shows your age. Don’t agree? Look at a photo of yourself when […]

  • Posted on: Jul 30 2018
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A Better Way to Deliver Nutrients — Infusion

In these busy days, it can be challenging to fit everything in we need to do…much less what our bodies need. That can certainly be true with vitamins and essential nutrients such as amino acids. Not to worry, at Infinity Health & Wellness we now offer IV therapy for the most efficient delivery of vitamins, […]

  • Posted on: Jul 15 2018
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Our Very Own Patrick Hines Has Been Featured On AskMen.com!

Patrick M. Hines, MSPAS, PA-C was featured in the article “Ways Alexa Can Help You Stay Fit” for AskMen.com about ways to utilize Alexa to help you stay active! Get Patrick’s tips and tricks for how you can use your virtual assistant to help you get fit by reading the article HERE!

  • Posted on: Jul 2 2018
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Urinalysis

One of the lab tests we routinely perform for our patients at Infinity Health & Wellness is urinalysis. We analyze urine to diagnose possible conditions that may not be presenting any symptoms. Urinalysis involves checking the appearance, concentration, and content of the urine; abnormal results may point to disease or illness. Why test the urine? […]

  • Posted on: Jun 30 2018
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