Try the Safest Form of Bioidentical Hormone Therapy

Deborah Herchelroath, DO, is the owner of Vitality Gynecology, Aesthetics & Wellness, which opened in September 2017. This integrative medical practice offers a variety of wellness options, including bioidentical hormone pelleting for men and women. Herchelroath is a trained gynecologist and surgeon who graduated medical school in 1998.

She uses her expertise in hormone therapy and passion for natural and safer alternatives to optimize hormones so that patients will have the ability to pursue a natural, bioidentical option for hormone replacement. Women can more safely and confidently navigate perimenopause and menopause, and men can achieve the stamina and energy they felt when they were younger.

“Women start losing testosterone in their 20s, and men in their 30s. Bioidentical hormones are made from plants, and are chemically identical to the hormones our bodies create naturally,” says Herchelroath. “The pellet delivery system bypasses the liver because pellets are placed subcutaneously in the hip area via a minor, painless procedure in the office. Therefore, the risks are significantly less than with oral hormones.”

Location: 1035 Mumma Rd., Ste. 301, Lemoyne. For appointments, call 717-740-2231. For more information, visit or

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