Men And Women’s Health

We offer testing and monitoring of hormones and Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

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We Help Manage Men’s And Women’s Health

Hormone Therapy For Women

 A common time for women to seek help with hormones is near menopause.

Aging women may experience hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, vaginal dryness, and other symptoms. Hormone replacement therapy can be used to relieve these symptoms. There are many different types of hormone replacement therapies available for women. These include estrogen and progesterone-only therapies or those that include both estrogen and progesterone.

The most common type of hormone replacement therapy is estrogen-progesterone combined therapy (EPT). EPT can help with hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, mood swings, osteoporosis prevention in postmenopausal women and more. EPT may also help with heart disease prevention in postmenopausal women as well as preventing dementia in postmenopausal women who have a family history of it or who are at an increased risk

Hormone Therapy For Men

It is important to discuss the signs and symptoms of low testosterone levels. It also discusses how hormone replacement therapy can help with these symptoms. It is important to note that while many people know that they have low testosterone levels, they may not be aware of what the consequences are. Low testosterone levels can lead to a range of health problems, including increased risk for heart disease or diabetes, depression, and impaired sexual function.

It is also important to mention that there are various treatments available for these issues such as hormone replacement therapy (HRT). HRT can help with many of the symptoms associated with low testosterone levels by replacing hormones that have been lost or decreased in production due to aging or other factors.

The following table shows some common signs and symptoms related to low testosterone levels:

Signs and Symptoms:

-Decreased libido

-Erectile dysfunction

Treatments We Offer Examinations For Men’s and Women’s Health

  • We offer testing and monitoring of hormones
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)

About Healing Hands

Healing Hands Medical Clinic (HHMC) is an Internal Medicine and Geriatric patient-focused clinic in Midland, TX, owned and operated by Dr. Joyce Alase, MD. Healing Hands provides valuable medical services, including general and preventive care for newly minted adults ages 18 and above. Healing hands offers care for the treatment of chronic medical conditions, weight loss management, aesthetics, hormone replacement, DOT physicals, Immigration physicals, pain management, and wound care for all.

Chronic Illness

If you’re dealing with chronic illnesses and you aren’t sure where to start, contact us to set an appointment for your initial consultation. 

Internal Medicine

 Internal Medicine is adult dedicated medicine by an Internist who is equipped to deal with problems that range from the simplest to the most complex. Internists are trained puzzle solvers dealing with acute and chronic conditions that at times co-occur together

Acute Illness

We specialize in treating acute illness in adults. Dr. Joyce Alase is a board-certified internist. 

Geriatric Medicine

is a focused specialty catering to our aging (65 years +) population. We focus on improving the quality of our elderly loved ones while helping families navigate the ever-changing phases of getting older.

Health Tips and Info

Managing your health as an adult can be challenging. Sometimes you may feel helpless when facing a serious illness. We recommend consulting a physician before following any advice that you may read online. Here are a few general suggestions that may help alleviate chronic or acute illness:


Reduce or stop consuming tobacco, or second hand smoke. 


Exercise regularly and resist a sedentary lifestyle


Eat healthy foods that are low in saturated fat & sugar 


Maintain a healthy lifestyle by avoiding excessive alcohol consumption. 


Keep track of your symptoms to know when to see your doctor for further evaluation


Get enough sleep every night