Binyamin Rothstein – Do You Have Hypothyroidism?

Dr. Binyamin Rothstein, an osteopathic physician with more than three decades of experience, helps his patients overcome a number of health problems. According to the American Thyroid Association, more than twelve-percent of Americans will develop a thyroid condition during their lives, and up to sixty-percent of those with a thyroid condition are unaware of the problem.

If you are considering visiting a healthcare professional like Dr. Rothstein for hypothyroidism testing and treatment, the basic information below might help you make the decision to schedule an appointment:

  • Common Symptoms – Common symptoms of hypothyroidism are often mistaken for signs of aging and general wear on the body. They can include fatigue, weight gain, muscle weakness, muscle aches and pain or stiffness in the joints. Other symptoms include dry skin, constipation, increased cold sensitivity, elevated cholesterol levels, thinning hair, a decreased pulse, impaired memory and depression.
  • Associated Conditions – Certain health conditions, often diagnosed by a professional, are associated with hypothyroidism. These include headaches, infertility, miscarriage, low libido, fluid retention, respiratory problems, glaucoma, acne, iron deficiency and irregular menstrual cycles.
  • Family History – Those with a family history of type 1 diabetes, autoimmune diseases, gluten intolerance, high cholesterol, premature greying, goiter, Crohn’s disease and multiple sclerosis often have a higher risk of hypothyroidism.

Never attempt to diagnose or treat any medical condition without the help of a trained healthcare professional. Doing so can result in mistreatment, a worsening of existing conditions and the development of life-threatening disease. Instead, seek care from a trained professional like Binyamin Rothstein.



About Binyamin Rothstein

Binyamin Rothstein is a Master Osteopath who says that when he first encountered osteopathy as an undergraduate student, it was a revelation to him. He committed himself to the discipline, and graduated from the Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery in 1981. As a licensed osteopath he focuses on prevention and treating the whole patient, rather than just symptoms.
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