"Dr. Arash Esmaili is a licensed family medicine physician. He started his educational career at the University of Texas at Austin receiving a Bachelor degree in Business Administration and Minor degree in Biology. Afterwards, Dr. Esmaili attended medical school at the University of North Texas, College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth, where he was first introduced to holistic medicine – an approach that treats the patient’s physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Dr. Esmaili performed his residency specialty training in Family Medicine at Bay Area Hospital in Corpus Christi, Texas. After residency, he practiced with Clark Medical Group in Houston, treating the underserved population. He later became the medical director of several successful urgent care clinics in the Houston area. In 2013, Dr. Esmaili moved to Austin, Texas in 2013 to practice urgent care and occupational medicine. He joined Low T Center in 2015, as a move to focus more on hormone replacement therapy, age management, and preventive medicine. Dr. Esmaili is also a Diplomat of the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine, and currently serves as the medical director of the Austin/San Antonio Low T Centers."
"Austin, Texas, is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States and offers a unique atmosphere for those who live and work in this area. From its iconic slogan, “Keep Austin Weird” to the wide array of high-tech firms that make their homes in Austin, this city is positioned on the cutting edge of economic and cultural progress. The medical team at South Austin Low T Center is reinventing men’s healthcare by taking a concierge approach to men’s healthcare and wellness, by addressing the symptoms that are making you feel bad, so you can get back to feeling like yourself again.
Some of the most common symptoms reported by men with low T levels include loss of sexual libido, loss of muscle tone and changes in fat distribution and an overall feeling of fatigue and malaise. The medical professionals at the South Austin Low T Center begin with a comprehensive health assessment to diagnose your condition and provide you with a plan of action and roadmap to combat these issues."