Dr. Branden Staller is a graduate of St George’s University Medical School and Yeshiva University with a BA in Engineering. He received family medicine residency training at BronxCare Hospital, serving one of the poorest and most disadvantaged neighborhoods in the United States. Among his colleagues there, he was often referred to as the “Men’s Health” doctor, always using any lecture opportunity to provide information related to the health issues specific to men and often received referrals from his co-residents or provided consultations on their patients experiencing men’s health issues. Dr. Staller has expanded his reach by joining Renew Vitality’s nationwide network of physicians. He assists men who experience age-related symptoms by creating and facilitating individualized testosterone treatment plans. Though early in his career, Dr. Staller has always been passionate about men’s health and looks forward to providing top quality medical care to all his patients.
Testosterone deficiency is a frequent topic of commercials and medical journals but seldom do we hear about the opposite end of the spectrum, high testosterone. High testosterone or hypergonadism, is equally concerning but less common than low T. Hypergonadism can stunt growth in adolescents and predispose adult men to a slew of secondary conditions, some…Read More
If you’ve done any research into hormone optimization, you probably already know the terminology surrounding testosterone levels is enough to make anyone’s head spin. “Free testosterone”, “bioavailable T”, and “bound T” are just a few of the terms used when talking about T deficiency. Luckily, we’re here to help you decipher all the medical jargon…Read More
For millennia, men have used food to boost their libido and perceived “manliness”. We know that oysters were used by the Romans as an aphrodisiac and also by Casanova to boost physical stamina. Modern research has revealed some truth to these claims and the science behind the hormonal effects of these foods may surprise you….Read More