Center for Hormonal Health and Well-Being is a personalized, proactive, patient-centered medical practice with a unique focus on Integrative Endocrinology. Dr. Danielle Weiss takes a holistic approach to the patient and their health condition. She harnesses the physical, social, and spiritual aspects of healing. Dr. Weiss prides herself on spending time truly listening to your concerns and needs. She uses a team approach to develop a plan to address these issues together. Dr. Weiss holds her practice to exceptionally high standards. This is why she has chosen to have a state-of-the-art office, with electronic medical records and prescribing for patient safety and confidentiality.
Dr. Weiss recommends RapidHealth - a wellness system that guides people to healthier choices by helping them reshape their feelings and beliefs. RapidHealth is a website you can access from your smartphone. Click here to email Pria Sarma for an account. To go directly to the site, click here.
Dr. Weiss utilizes the PatientFusion system to allow you to access your health records anytime. Follow this link to create your health record at PatientFusion now.
Center for Hormonal Health and Well-Being may be right for you if:
- You have been struggling with maintaining a healthy weight
- Your quality of life is suffering while going through Menopause or Andropause
- You are at risk for developing diabetes or have diabetes
- You have a thyroid disorder (over active, under active, thyroid nodule, thyroid cancer)
- You are concerned about the health of your bones (osteopenia, osteoporosis)
- You have a family history of early cardiovascular disease or abnormal lipids
- You have poorly controlled blood pressure on multiple blood pressure lowering medications
- You have had a traumatic brain injury and the health of your pituitary is in question
- You have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
- You have excess hair growth (hirsutism)
- You have milky nipple discharge and you are not breast-feeding
- You are a man and have developed one or more enlarged breasts (gynecomastia)
- You have electrolyte abnormalities (sodium, potassium)
- You have elevated calcium levels or abnormal parathyroid function
- You are concerned about the function of your adrenal glands (adrenal insufficiency or Addison's disease, cushings syndrome, hyperaldosteronism, pheochromocytoma)
- You have or have had a pituitary tumor
- You have a neuroendocrine tumor such as carcinoid
- You have a family history of: hyperparathyroidism, thyroid cancer, pancreatic tumors, pituitary tumors, paragangliomas or pheochromocytoma