The endocrine system consists of a group of glands and organs that regulate and control various body functions by producing and secreting hormones. Hormones are chemical substances that affect the activity of another part of the body. In essence, hormones serve as messengers, controlling and coordinating activities throughout the body. These hormones or messengers, act with a positive and negative feedback mechanism on one another to maintain normal bodily function including in times of need like puberty & also in times when they are no longer needed, like in menopause.

Levels of most, but not all hormones decrease with aging. Some hormones might remain at levels once seen during early adult life and some might even increase as we age. However, endocrine function generally declines with age because hormone quality decreases and hormone receptor activity become less sensitive.

In females, estrogen & progesterone decrease with age, and when they decrease to a certain level, this causes symptoms of perimenopause such as hot flashes, irregular menstrual cycles & possibly missing periods, mood swings & fatigue, lower sex drive, vaginal dryness, breast tenderness, and trouble sleeping to name a few. This lasts until menopause kicks in, usually lasting a few years after which, when periods stop altogether. This is when women are in danger of developing osteoporosis (brittle bone disease). In females, hormone replacement is almost always a recommendation to prevent this possibly fatal disease.

In males, testosterone continues to decline but stays at a level high enough to maintain reproductive organs well into the ’70s. That’s not to say, in others, it doesn’t decrease more rapidly. In those, doctors have termed the phrase Low T or Low testosterone. This can be the culprit of fatigue, decreased memory & concentration decreased muscle mass, and increased fatty tissue. It also causes low sex drive and infertility, change in sleep patterns, and can also induce depression. Males are usually recommended hormone replacement to thwart the effects of Low T.

In either sex, the use of mobile Hormone Replacement Therapy Services in Phoenix has continued to evolve and today, there are many options for replacement. Some are safe and some are not so safe. Overall, you should find a qualified physician who understands the symptoms you are facing and how to have a multi-pronged approach in restoring the imbalance your body is now facing.

Hormone replacement therapy
We believe in affordable medical care for all.

Reach out to us today!

About Phoenix Arizona

Phoenix ( FEE-niks; Navajo: Hoozdo; Spanish: Fénix or Fínix, Walapai: Banyà:nyuwá) is the capital and most populous city in the American state of Arizona, with 1,608,139 residents as of 2020. It is the fifth-most populous city in the United States, and one of only two state capitals with a population of more than one million residents, along with Austin. Phoenix is the anchor of the Phoenix metropolitan area, also known as the Valley of the Sun, which in turn is part of the Salt River Valley. The metropolitan area is the 11th largest by population in the United States, with approximately 4.85 million people as of 2020. Phoenix, the seat of Maricopa County, is the largest city in the state at 517.9 square miles (1,341 km2), and one of the largest cities in the United States. It is the largest metropolitan area, both by population and size, of the Arizona Sun Corridor megaregion. Phoenix was settled in 1867 as an agricultural community near the confluence of the Salt and Gila Rivers and was incorporated as a city in 1881. It became the capital of Arizona Territory in 1889. It is in the northeastern reaches of the Sonoran Desert and has a hot desert climate. Despite this, its canal system led to a thriving farming community with the original settlers’ crops remaining important parts of the Phoenix economy for decades, such as alfalfa, cotton, citrus, and hay. Cotton, cattle, citrus, climate, and copper were known locally as the “Five C’s” anchoring Phoenix’s economy. These remained the driving forces of the city until after World War II, when high-tech companies began to move into the valley and air conditioning made Phoenix’s hot summers more bearable. The city averaged a four percent annual population growth rate over a 40-year period from the mid-1960s to the mid-2000s. This growth rate slowed during the Great Recession of 2007–09, and has rebounded slowly. Phoenix is the cultural center of the state of Arizona. Phoenix is also majority minority, with 42.6% of its population identifying as Hispanic and 42.5% as “white” in the 2020 census.

  • Population (approx.): 1,608,000
  • Geo coordinates: 33.4484°N, 112.074°W
  • Postcodes: 85002, 85005, 85001, 85039, 85026, 85011, 85038, 85010, 85046, 85097

Desert Mobile Medical Phoenix Location

Things to Do and See In Phoenix

  • Washington Street and Central Avenue and Jefferson Street and 1st Avenue (City Hall) (Metro Light Rail station) (near West Washington Street and South 1st Avenue): Washington Street and Central Avenue and Jefferson Street and 1st Avenue (also known as Downtown Phoenix and City Hall) is a light rail station on METRO Light Rail in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. It is the sixteenth stop westbound and the thirteenth stop eastbound on the initial 20 mile starter line (…).
  • Renaissance Square (near West Washington Street and North 1st Avenue): Renaissance Square is a high-rise complex located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. The complex includes two towers: One Renaissance Square at with 26 floors, and Two Renaissance Square at with 28 floors. Although a part of the same complex, Tower 1 was completed in 1986 while Tower 2 was completed in (…).
  • Phoenix street circuit (near West Washington Street and South 1st Avenue): The Formula One United States Grand Prix was held on the Phoenix street circuit in Phoenix, Arizona, between 1989 and 1991. It was held in downtown by the Phoenix Civic Plaza and the America West Arena, prior to the introduction of the state’s baseball stadium, Bank One Ballpark (…).
  • 1990 United States Grand Prix (near West Washington Street and South 1st Avenue): The 1990 United States Grand Prix was the opening race of the 1990 Formula One season held on March 11, 1990 in Phoenix, Arizona. It was the 32nd United States Grand Prix since the American Grand Prize was first held in 1908, and the 25th under Formula One regulations since the first United States (…).
  • 1989 United States Grand Prix (near West Washington Street and South 1st Avenue): The 1989 United States Grand Prix was a Formula One race held on June 4, 1989 in Phoenix, Arizona. __FORCETOC__ (…).
  • 1991 United States Grand Prix (near West Washington Street and South 1st Avenue): The 1991 United States Grand Prix was a Formula One race held on March 10, 1991 in Phoenix, Arizona. __FORCETOC__ (…).
  • Patriots Square Park (near Underground parking and South 1st Avenue): Patriots Square Park was an urban park located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. The space has been redeveloped as part of the larger CityScape office and retail project; large portions of the park were demolished as of the spring of 2009 (…).
  • CityScape (Phoenix) (near East Washington Street and South 1st Street): CityScape Phoenix is a high-rise mixed-use development in Downtown Phoenix consisting of residential, retail, office, and hotel components. The development covers three city blocks in the heart of Downtown Phoenix and is located between First Avenue and First Street to the west and east, and between (…).
  • Wells Fargo Plaza (Phoenix) (near West Washington Street and North 1st Avenue): The Wells Fargo Plaza is a high-rise skyscraper located on 100 West Washington Street in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona, United States. It opened as the First National Bank Plaza on October 25, 1971, and was later known as the First Interstate Bank Building. It is 372 feet (113 m) tall (…).
  • Heard Building (near East Adams Street and North Central Avenue): The Heard Building (alternatively the Greater Arizona Savings Building) is a 7-story high-rise building in Phoenix, Arizona, it housed the offices of The Arizona Republic (formerly the Arizona Republican) and the Phoenix Gazette from 1920 to 1948 (…).
  • Luhrs Building (near West Jefferson Street and South Central Avenue): The Luhrs Building is an historic ten-story building located at 11 West Jefferson in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona. (…).
  • U.S. Bank Center (Phoenix) (near North 1st Avenue and West Adams Street): The US Bank Center is a highrise in Phoenix, Arizona. It is the second tallest building in the state of Arizona. Built in 1976, it is tall. When it was built, it served as the headquarters for Arizona Bancwest, parent company of The Arizona Bank, which (after Arizona passed legislation allowing for (…).
  • Orpheum Lofts (near West Adams Street and North 1st Avenue): The Orpheum Lofts (originally the Title and Trust Building) is an 11-story high-rise building in Phoenix, Arizona, designed in Art Deco style by local architects Lescher & Mahoney. It was the largest office building in Arizona at the time of its construction in 1930 (…).
  • Luhrs Tower (near West Jefferson Street and South 1st Avenue): Luhrs Tower is an Art Deco skyscraper office building in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona. It is located at the southeast corner of First Avenue and Jefferson Street, on the south side of the former Patriots Square Park. (…).
  • Wells Fargo History Museum (near West Adams Street and North 2nd Avenue): The Wells Fargo History Museum is a group of museums operated by Wells Fargo in several states that feature exhibits about the company’s history. Some of the museums’ displays include original stagecoaches, photographs, gold nuggets and mining artifacts, the Pony Express, telegraphs and historic (…).
  • Professional Building (Phoenix, Arizona) (near East Monroe Street and North Central Avenue): The Professional Building in Phoenix, Arizona, is an Art Deco skyscraper in the state of Arizona. Built in 1932, it is 171 feet (52 meters) tall. The Professional Building is designed in the Art Deco style. Angles and setbacks are played up in this streamlined design (…).
  • Hotel San Carlos (Phoenix) (near West Monroe Street and North Central Avenue): The Hotel San Carlos branch in Phoenix, Arizona, also known as San Carlos Hotel, is both an operating hotel and tourist site. It has been associated with ghost sightings. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in 1983 as San Carlos Hotel (…).
  • 44 Monroe (near West Monroe Street and North 1st Avenue): 44 Monroe is a $70 million (USD), residential high-rise building, located at the northeast corner of Monroe Street and First Avenue in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona. The 34-story tower is Arizona’s tallest residential structure. (…).
  • Hyatt Regency Phoenix (near East Monroe Street and North 2nd Street): The Hyatt Regency Phoenix is a convention hotel in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona, United States. It is 317 feet (97 m) tall and has 24 floors. It was completed in 1976. The top floor has a revolving restaurant. It was designed by Charles Luckman and Associates to complement the Phoenix Civic Plaza (now (…).

Nearby Schools

  • Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law


  • First Avenue (Manhattan)
  • Roads and freeways in metropolitan Phoenix
  • Interstate 10 in Arizona
  • Interstate 17
  • Arizona State Route 101
  • Arizona State Route 202
  • Arizona State Route 143
  • Washington Street (Boston)
  • West Side Highway
  • U.S. Route 60 in Arizona
  • Arizona State Route 303

Bodies of Water

  • Salt River
  • Colorado River
  • Verde
  • Gila River
  • Columbia River
  • Gila
  • Akimel
  • Gila Rivers
  • Verde River
  • gila
  • Agua Fria

Nearby Airports

  • PHX
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
  • Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport
  • Phoenix Deer Valley Airport
  • Scottsdale Airport
  • Glendale Municipal Airport
  • Falcon Field Airport
  • Phoenix Goodyear Airport
  • Randolph AFB
  • Sky Harbor International Airport
  • Sky Harbor
  • Luke Field
  • Falcon Field
  • Thunderbird Field No. 2
  • Sky Harbor airport
  • Luke Air Force Base
  • Sky Harbor Airport

Nearby Towns and Suburbs

  • Central City is 1 mile to the south-east.
  • Encanto is 2 miles to the north.
  • Alhambra is 4 miles to the north-west.
  • Maryvale is 7 miles to the north-west.
  • Laveen is 8 miles to the south-west.
  • Guadalupe is 8 miles to the south-east.
  • Glendale is 9 miles to the north-west.
  • Ahwatukee Foothills is 9 miles to the south-east.
  • Paradise Valley is 9 miles to the north-east.
  • Tempe is 9 miles to the east.
  • Tolleson is 10 miles to the west.
  • Scottsdale is 11 miles to the north-east.
  • Peoria is 13 miles to the north-west.
  • Mesa is 14 miles to the east.
  • Sun City is 15 miles to the north-west.
  • Avondale is 16 miles to the west.
  • Goodyear is 16 miles to the west.
  • Youngtown is 16 miles to the north-west.