Services

We are experts in the full process of addressing patients’ endocrine related medical needs. From recognizing related ailments, diagnoses, and most important, personalized treatment plans, we make sure you get the care you need.

We meet all your endocrinology needs under one roof, including ultrasounds, biopsies, testing and treatment. We are one of the very few private practices in NC who has a nuclear medicine lab in house. This extra convenience enables you, as a patient, to limit the number of health professionals and facilities you deal with, is ultimately more cost effective, and most importantly, allows for a stronger patient-provider relationship.

View our full list of health services below. Don’t worry if some of these terms are unfamiliar to you. If you have any questions, we invite you to check out our patient info section where you can find new patient forms and resources, or to contact us directly.

 

Thyroid: Thyroid ultrasound and thyroid fine needle aspiration (FNA) biopsy are routinely performed at the office, in addition to Radioiodine Uptake (RAIU) and I-131 therapy for toxic and non-toxic goiter and thyroid cancer.

Hypothyroidism Hyperthyroidism Thyroid nodules and goiters Evaluation and treatment of thyroid cancer AfirmaThyroid FNA Analysis by Veracyte® miRInform Thyroid by Asuragen®

Parathyroid & Calcium: Hyperparathyroidism Hypoparathyroidism

Adrenal: Adrenal insufficiency (e.g. Addison’s disease) Syndromes of adrenal steroid excess (e.g. Cushing’s Syndrome, hyperaldosteronism) Evaluation of adrenal tumors

Pituitary: Pituitary tumors Hyperprolactinemia Acromegaly Cushing’s Disease Hypopituitarism

Metabolic Bone Disease: Osteoporosis and conditions with increased risk for osteoporosis (e.g. osteopenia) Padget’s disease Disorders of vitamin D metabolism

Lipid Metabolism: Hyperlipidemia (cholesterol, triglycerides)

Reproductive: Sex hormone deficiency (e.g. testosterone deficiency, menopause, premature ovarian failure) Basic infertility evaluation Polycystic ovarian syndrome Hirsutism

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