What is Testosterone and Endocrine Testing?

Testosterone and endocrine testing are assessments that measure the levels of testosterone in your blood.

While testosterone levels differ from person to person and fluctuate throughout the day, normal levels range from 300 ng/dL to 1,000 ng/dL. The best way to determine your levels is to meet with a healthcare professional. From there, these lab tests can be ordered to analyze the amount of testosterone (sex hormone) produced by your body. When levels are low, it can cause a series of health problems. Board-certified general surgeon Eric G. LeVeen, M.D., F.A.C.S., specializes in men’s health and TRT shockwave therapy and has helped countless male patients in the Palo Alto area who have irregular testosterone levels. To set up an appointment, call Acoustic Therapy Center in Palo Alto, CA.


It may be time to meet with a doctor if you are experiencing the following:

  • Difficulty getting or maintaining an erection
  • Low libido
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Development of excess breast tissue
  • Hair loss
  • Loss of muscle mass


A testosterone test can also be used to diagnose the following conditions:

If you turn out to have a low testosterone diagnosis, Dr. LeVeen will create a custom treatment plan, which can include TRT shockwave therapy, to get hormone levels back to a normal range. When building a treatment regimen, he will also consider your current health and overall medical history.

Contact Our San Francisco-based Testosterone Therapy Center

For testosterone treatment near Palo Alto, contact our team at Acoustic Therapy Center. Eric LeVeen, M.D. can order testosterone and endocrine testing to measure your hormone levels and help discover the underlying cause of your sexual health issues. From there, he can build an individualized treatment plan to boost your sex life and overall well-being. Get in touch with our office in Palo Alto, CA to book your consultation.

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