Western Missouri Medical Center Hosts Hormone Pellet Therapy Event

Contact: Jennie Snapp
Communications & Development Manager
(660) 262-7464

Warrensburg, MO (May 9, 2022)—In partnership with Biote Medical, Western Missouri Medical Center is hosting a hormone pellet therapy event on May 24. It will be held in the Western Missouri Women’s Health Center from 5:30 – 7 p.m.

Attendees will hear from providers Lynn Birchmier, DO and Adonius Wright, WHNP about bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and how your hormones can impact your overall health.

Common symptoms of hormone imbalance include:

  • Reduced mental focus & memory
  • Fatigue, lack of energy
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Feeling down, mood swings, on edge
  • Muscle and/or joint discomfort
  • Reduced sexual desire and performance

To learn more and to register for the event, patients can call 660-429-2228 or visit the event Facebook page.

About Western Missouri Medical Center

Western Missouri Medical Center (WMMC) is a fully-accredited acute care county medical center located in Warrensburg, MO. WMMC prides itself in emergency care, obstetrics, orthopedic and general surgery, family healthcare, internal medicine, outpatient clinics, ambulatory care, rehabilitation services and more. Inpatient services include medical, surgical, intensive, obstetrical, orthopedic, pediatric and skilled nursing care, as well as a wide range of therapeutic and diagnostic outpatient services. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Learn more at WMMC.com

About Biote

Founded in 2011, Biote has experience phenomenal growth over the last decade. The Biote state-of-the-art training facility hosts physicians, healthcare providers, and medical staff members monthly during the Biote Method learning and certification process. To date, more than 4,700 medical practitioners in more than 2,800 clinics nationwide have successfully completed Biote’s rigorous curriculum and clinical training program and Biote Certified Providers have inserted over 2.5 million pellets to date.