Our patients often tell us they have had their thyroid checked by their family physician and were told that it is fine all while they are having symptoms of cold hands and feet, weight gain, low energy, etc.
Dr. Sinda also see’s many patients who were identified with a thyroid imbalance and were prescribed Synthroid or Levothyroxine which is typical for mainstream medicine. Levothyroxine is the generic form of Synthroid. These medications only treat the Thyroxine (T4) and patients often don’t get relief from all of their symptoms.
To determine if a patient has a thyroid issue Dr. Sinda looks at levels for the complete thyroid panel (Free T3, Free T4, TSH and depending upon levels Reverse T3). If thyroid is low, he often prescribes Armour Thyroid or Nature Thyroid which are bio-identical to the thyroid all ready in your body and treat the complete thyroid (Thyroxine (T4), T3, T2, T1). Dr. Sinda prescribes according to blood levels AND by how the patient is feeling.
If you have been told your thyroid is “ok” but suspect you have a thyroid imbalance, make an appointmentwith Dr. Sinda for a second opinion.
Read a review from a patient of Dr. Sinda’s who is being treated for low thyroid:
“If you have a thyroid problem, this is the place to go! Dr. Sinda is the first doctor who actually LISTENED to me, AND did a FULL THYROID PANEL!!! He discovered what I have known all along…even though my TSH levels were normal, I had other hormones that were out of whack, which were causing my thyroid symptoms to linger. If you are on Synthroid or Levothyroxine, and you feel that medication is just not doing it, come see Dr. Sinda. He’ll fix you right up!” – L. H.
To call the office for an appointment with Dr. Sinda or more information call (952)922-2345 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Published on: 05-31-2016