Hormone Problems — How to Talk to Your Significant Other About Getting Help
Hormone problems can be bad enough when you’re the one suffering from them—but when you’re watching a family member suffer, when you suspect that their hormones might be the culprit behind their strange, hurtful, or concerning behavior, it can be emotionally and mentally draining.
Glenn Steponaitis, PA-C began his healthcare career nearly 20 years ago as a medical technician at Seton Medical Center while concurrently earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology at the University of Texas in Austin.
His interest in medicine lead him down the path of becoming a certified Physician Assistant and achieving a Bachelor of Science degree in this field from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.
Following completion of his schooling, Glenn started a 10 year career in the field of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, and in 2010 he began focusing on the medical management of those suffering from symptoms caused by low testosterone after witnessing hormone replacement doctors help Low T sufferers.