If you’ve suffered a brain injury and you’ve been referred to a neuroendocrinologist, you can expect for that doctor to look for damage to your pituitary gland. If you’ve suffered a brain injury, most likely there was enough force involved to damage the pituitary gland or the hypothalamus, which connects the pituitary gland to the brain. One of the tests that you’ll be administered is the insulin and tolerance test, ITT. That is the gold standard and what they’re looking for is a deficit in growth hormone.
If they find that you have low growth hormone, they can actually supplement it with HGH, human growth hormone. A lot of our clients will experience great benefit from the prescription of human growth hormone. At Rozek Law Offices, we know the neuroendocrinologists that specialize in treating traumatic brain injury and low growth hormone.
Attorney and Owner of at Rozek Law Offices, SC
Randy has been helping to protect and rebuild the lives of his injured clients for nearly two decades. He is a nationally-recognized leader in the representation of brain injury survivors and he is regularly asked to speak to other lawyers around the country on brain injury related legal topics.
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