If you’ve heard the buzz about peptide therapy and are ready to learn more, Robert Grafton, MD, of PSI Medical Group is here to help. Many residents from in and around Wixom, Michigan, have enjoyed outstanding results from incorporating peptides into their health and wellness planning. Schedule a face-to-face visit online or by phone today to explore what peptides can do for you.
Peptides are strings of amino acids that work to build proteins. Researchers believe that peptides may be easier for your body to absorb because they are smaller than proteins and can be broken down with less effort, helping them move into your bloodstream quickly.
You can get peptides from plant or animal foods. Supplements are also an option. It’s important to note that some supplemental peptides are made from food, while others are synthetic.
When considering peptide therapy, it’s essential to work with a reputable practice staffed with medical professionals. As with all supplementation and wellness treatments, numerous scams and low-quality products are available that claim to deliver high-quality peptide therapy.
Peptides perform multiple roles in the body. Some of the benefits of increasing peptide volume through peptide therapy include:
Through customized peptide supplementation, numerous specific goals can be met, including:
Used in combination with wellness treatments like IV nutrition therapy, immune optimization, and bioidentical hormone therapy, peptide supplementation can deliver outstanding benefits.
The process begins with blood testing to learn more about how your body functions. You’ll also discuss your treatment goals with Dr. Grafton, which helps him create a customized treatment plan just for you.
You’ll receive peptide preparations tailored to your health and wellness goals. Simply incorporate these supplements into your daily routines and begin assessing how your body responds over time. Available options include BPC-157, CJC-1295, PT-141, ALPHA T500, and Thymosin Alpha 1.
It can take time for the benefits of peptide therapy to become apparent. Peptide therapy is usually well-tolerated, but if you notice changes like headaches, water retention, or dizziness, be sure to let Dr. Grafton know.
To learn more, schedule a one-on-one consultation at PSI Medical Group. Appointments can be booked online or over the phone, so don’t delay.