Thyroid Treatment

Do you struggle with your weight, health, and never-ending exhaustion?

One of the most frustrating things in the world for someone with thyroid dysfunction is being told that their labs are “great” and “see you in 6 months.” Meanwhile, the goiter on your neck and the clumps of hair in your drain suggests otherwise. Being cold, hot, tired, moody, and just generally unwell doesn’t equate with good health and feelings of overall well-being.

Maybe it’s the opposite for you. You have all the signs and symptoms of thyroid dysfunction, but your labs return within normal limits. So for you, it is weight loss recommendations, mental health screenings, and, in some cases, even mood stabilizers.

Did you know there is so much more to good thyroid health than a simple blood test? At Omaha Integrated Health, we conduct an extensive assessment of over 20 factors of underlying thyroid disease because we know that a large percentage of the population has gone underdiagnosed.

Thyroid Function or... Dysfunction Impacts Nearly Every System in the Body, Including:

  • Hunger
  • Sleep
  • Hormones
  • Body Temperature
  • Libido
  • Weight Gain and Loss
  • Brain Function
  • Heart Activity
  • Hair Growth
  • Mood

Currently, there are two types of thyroid disease including hypo (low) and hyper (high) thyroid.

Hyperthyroidism - Overactive Thyroid Infographic that shows symptoms such as bulging eyes, unintentional weight loss, fine, brittle hair, increased appetite, and other systemic issues.
Hypothyroidism - Underactive Thyroid Infographic that shows symptoms such as thinning eyebrows, hair loss, swelling around the eyes and other systemic symptoms.

Fast Facts About Thyroid Disease

20 Million

20 Million

Number of Amercians Who
Have Some Form of Thyroid Disease
60 Percent

60 Percent

Number of People Who
Are Unaware of Their Condition
100% Increase

100% Increase

Some studies have shown that people with thyroid disease have up to a 100% increase in the number of sick days taken each year vs. those without thyroid issues. It is believed that the increase is directly related to the systemic effects of both hypo and hyperthyroid diseases.

What makes us the best choice for thyroid disease?

Thyroid diseases are extremely common conditions. While this means that there is a lot of research and history to it, it also means that doctors generally take a streamlined approach, basing their thyroid treatment plans on a template that may or may not apply to your particular case. There are many potential causes for thyroid problems, and we will test for all of them before we develop a plan to get your life and health back on track.

Hypothyroidism can be elusive, so don’t put off finding out what’s REALLY happening with your health. If you’re dealing with thyroid problems, treatment is possible, and we can help.