Carolyn Zaumeyer

PTSD treated with Hormone Pellet Therapy? Absolutely!

Carolyn Zaumeyer

Nurse Practitioner

LowTE Florida

4540 N. Federal Highway

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308



PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) is a condition that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event. This may lead to depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, sexual dysfunction, and unfortunately, suicide for some. Experiencing a traumatic event and/or developing PTSD can have a tremendous impact on a person’s life.

Many patients suffering from PTSD who experience depression, anxiety, mood, relationship and sleep issues find relief with pellet therapy – to the point that many can be weaned off their anti-depressants and anti-anxiety medications. We are not necessarily “fixing or curing” PTSD, however, hormone optimization can alleviate depression, anxiety and mood changes. Hormone optimization also leads to a better sleep and more loving feelings.

Dr. Gary Donovitz and Dr. Mandy Cotten at BioTE® Medical have treated over 100 returning war vets that had been diagnosed with PTSD and the testimonials are so impressive and moving. One patient stated that “Pellet therapy has given me my life back!”

Even if you are not suffering from PTSD, wouldn’t you like to feel your best?

Hormones affect your energy, mood, sleep, libido and many other feelings in both men and women. Testosterone levels can begin to decline in women as early as in their late twenties, and men’s testosterone can start to decline in their early thirties.

Hormone replacement therapy has been getting a lot of attention lately. Many practitioners go to a week-end course and add BHRT to their practice – without the in-depth knowledge and passion of how to treat their patients. I have dedicated my practice to helping women and men feel their best.

At LowTE Florida® we provide individualized treatment based on your biochemistry and your medical history using the proven BioTE® method – grounded in science, not guesswork. For more information, go to: or call 954-791-4498.

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