FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
HOUSTON (August 6, 2013) – Hotze Health & Wellness Center founder and thyroid expert, Dr. Steven Hotze, will appear on Great Day San Antonio channel KENS, a CBS Affiliate, between 9:00-10:00AM CST. He will discuss how hypothyroidism is being misdiagnosed across the country by traditional physicians. Conventional doctors use blood tests which do not diagnose hypothyroidism and commonly treat symptoms instead of the underlying issue. Dr. Hotze exposes what other doctors may not want patients to know. Symptoms such as adrenal fatigue, mood changes, low energy, decreased libido, brain fog, as well as body aches and pains are indications of hypothyroidism; not a diagnosis in themselves.
Guest, Carri Wells, accompanies Dr. Hotze to tell her story of weight issues, elevated cholesterol, achy muscles, memory issues, fatigue, congestion, coughing, post nasal drip, and cycle related mood swings. She discusses how her symptoms are like that of many women and since receiving hypothyroidism treatment in December of 2006 at the Hotze Health & Wellness Center, she is well.
The segment will discuss the benefits of treating hypothyroidism naturally by supplementing with desiccated thyroid. Dr Hotze will provide a complimentary copy of his latest book, “Hypothyroidism, Health & Happiness” to all in attendance. The book is also offered free (less shipping and handling) on ThyroidAnswer.com.
For more information on hypothyroidism, please visit HotzeHWC.com and call 877.698-8698.
About Hotze Health & Wellness Center:
Hotze Health & Wellness Center is leading the Revolution in Wellness™ care by changing the way women and men are treated in mid-life through the use of biologically identical hormones. Founded in 1989 by Steven F. Hotze, M.D., the Center has successfully treated more than 25,000 patients. In an effort to help patients obtain and maintain life-long health and wellness, physicians and registered nurses on staff address the root cause of symptoms, and correct health ailments naturally rather than merely masking symptoms with drugs. For more information, visit, www.hotzehwc.com, and on Facebook: www.facebook.com/HotzeHWC.