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Perfect weather...a captivating, riveting natural beauty...a long, illustrious history...almost 70 miles of alluring beaches for swimming, sunbathing, and surfing...engrossing museums…Colonial-type building designs...exquisite, serene gardens...a world-famous zoo...Scenic, breathtaking views...there is no place in the world quite like San Diego.

As the oldest city in California, San Diego is often referred to as “The Birthplace of California” and “America’s Finest City.” Spanish for “Saint Didacus,” San Diego is the eighth most populated city in America (2020 population of 1,386 932) and the second most populated city in California, trailing only Los Angeles.

With a balmy, summery, year-round climate, the song “It never rains in Southern California” lyrics epitomizes San Diego. But there are more reasons to visit San Diego than the weather; let’s take a look at a few of them.

  • Balboa Park. Billed as “San Diego’s ever-changing, always amazing, 1,200 acre back yard”, Balboa Park is undoubtedly the best place to begin your San Diego journey. Arts and culture, multiple museums of a broad range of interests, live performances, The San Diego History Center, The Japanese Friendship Garden, numerous park trails, Spanish-style architecture, gift shops, specialty stores, eateries, and hotels make this the perfect “ground-zero” to get a feel for the “City in Motion.” As an added bonus, Balboa Park is close to several other San Diego must-see landmarks.
  • Gaslamp Quarter. Considered the heart and soul of downtown, the Gaslamp Quarter is similar to Balboa Park in that it is conveniently located to several other points of interest. The Historic Gaslamp Quarter is the place for world-class dining, a broad range of entertainment options, historic buildings, incredibly preserved Victorian Architecture, the Horton Grand Hotel, and the Gaslamp Artisan Market that offers all kinds of locally-built handmade products.
  • San Diego Zoo. The Zoo is located several miles north of the city. Still, it is well worth the time to spend a day at this spectacular collection of over 3,500 exotic and endangered animals of more than an incredible 650 species and subspecies and a mind-boggling over 700,000 exotic plants from remote regions across the world. The zoo offers a guided bus tour that spans more than 75% of the park, and you can also zoom over the displays in the Skyfari Aerial Tram. The zoo was at the forefront of housing animals in open-air, cage-free environments that resembled their natural habitats. The list of exotic animals housed at the zoo is a long one: Polar bears, Grizzly bears, Rhinos, Gorillas, big cats, elephants, hippos, hundreds of birds, reptiles, fish, invertebrates, amphibians, and even bizarre insects like hissing cockroaches, two-spotted assassin bugs, and Central American Cave Cockroaches. The zoo is divided into several environments: Madagascar Forest, Outback, Tiger Trail, Gorilla Tropics, and The Lost Forest.
  • San Diego Museum of Art. Located in Balboa park, the San Diego Museum of Art features rotating exhibits and the works of art luminaries, including Monet, Picasso, Matisse, Cézanne, Degas, Morisot, Dali, Magritte, Sisley, and Bonnard. The museum’s collections span several thousand years and represent styles from all across the globe: Art of East Asia, Art of the America’s, Arts of Iran, Impressionism and Post-impressionism, Arts of South and Southeastern Asia, Renaissance to Realism, Art of Devotion, and Art of the Open Air. The many artworks are prominently displayed, and a museum store is loaded with mementos and souvenirs.
  • Old Town State Historic Park. Reading about going back in time is one thing. But having a hands-on, interactive experience in an environment created to mimic the realistic lifestyle from hundreds of years ago is quite another thing. The culture of San Diego in its early days is captivating, and that culture comes alive at Old Town State Historic Park. The original historic buildings have been restored, and the numerous landmarks accurately reflect how the town looked in the mid-19th century. Art studios, live Mariachi music, historical architectural buildings, California’s first public schoolhouse, a wagon, and carriage collection, the city’s oldest newspaper office, a blacksmith studio, and an authentic 868 Abbot-Downing Co. Stage Coach all re-create what daily life was like in that frontier era.
  • Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum. Commissioned eight days after the end of the second world war, the Midway Aircraft Carrier weighed in at a massive 45,000 tons, was 1,001 feet long, and participated in several significant naval campaigns until its decommission in 1992. It was home to over 225,000 sailors throughout the carriers' long active period. The carrier was named after the intense, critical naval battle in the Pacific Ocean against the Japanese navy that proved to be the turning point of the war in the Pacific. The carrier is a floating city with self-guided audio tours and is a fantastic way to discover the details of several naval engagements.
  • SeaWorld San Diego. Home to more than 13,000 marine animals, SeaWorld San Diego is a combination of an oceanarium, animal theme park, marine mammal park, and outside aquarium. The park offers a unique opportunity to get close to these magnificent sea creatures by walking through a massive underwater tunnel. Sharks, Killer whales, Orcas, penguins, energetic dolphins, mischievous sea lions, crabs, and fish make for a memorable experience. Don’t forget to try the rides: the Bayside Skyride, the Ocean Explorer, Riptide Rescue, Shipwreck Rapids, The Skytower, and several roller coasters all add up to ensure a fun-filled day.
  • San Diego Air & Space Museum. Located in Balboa Park, the San Diego Air & Space Museum is an aviation and space exploration facility that is home to several original historic aircraft and spacecraft like Lockheed A-12 Oxcart, Apollo 9, Bell AH-1E Cobra, Spirit of St. Louis, Corvair YF2Y-1 Sea Dart, and many other changing exhibits. The museum also has several galleries: the World War I Gallery, the Golden Age of Flight Gallery, the World War II Gallery, the Modern Jet and Space Age Gallery, and the Evan D. McKellar Pavilion of Flight. Finally, the museum has several flight simulators along with interactive history lessons.
  • There’s much more to see and do in the Birthplace of California. The Old Globe Theatre and the La Jolla Playhouse constantly churn out countless musicals and plays...The New Children's Museum, where the kids can dive into arts and crafts...The Marston House and Museum Gardens, where you can relax in the elegant, finely manicured gardens and the majestic, soaring pine, oak, and eucalyptus trees...hiking the many trails at Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve...sailing and biking...Point Loma and Cabrillo National Monument, where you can stand on the exact spot where Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo contemplates the land he discovered, watch the whales and dolphins jumping, and see Mexico on a clear day...spend time winding down on one of the many San Diego beaches...take in a performance of the San Diego Symphony at Symphony Towers...take pictures on a whale watching or harbor cruise...enjoy the panoramic view of a dazzling, unsurpassed sunset at Sunset Cliffs Natural Park...Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcala, where you can go back in time to one of the beginnings of Christianity in the western US...and more!

With so much action in San Diego, you must be energetic and at the top of your game! That means ensuring your hormone levels are in a healthy balance.

Our San Diego Hormone Clinics offer qualified patients the most modern, cutting-edge Hormone Replacement Therapy.

After our initial assessment of your current hormonal levels, we will design a therapy treatment consisting of Human Growth Hormone (HGH), Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT), or sermorelin replacement therapy. Sermorelin is a precursor of growth hormone that signals the pituitary gland to produce more growth hormone naturally.

We may suggest using just one of these hormones. Or we may prescribe a regimen of a combination of two or more treatments.

Our highly-trained staff of medical professionals has decades of experience in the area of hormone replacement.

And we don’t stop with hormone restoration.

At our clinic, we employ a holistic approach to good health, anti-aging, and longevity. We provide detailed nutritional advice, weight loss programs, the importance of proper hydration, nutritional supplements, an appropriate physical fitness routine based on your current condition, stress reduction, and detox ideas.

These approaches combine to ensure you derive the maximum benefit from your hormone replacement therapy.

Give us a call or fill out the contact form on the side of the page and receive a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our hormone specialists.

Remember, San Diego has a broad range of activities to experience. But to take advantage of those experiences, you need excellent health and robust energy.

And that is what we promise to deliver!

Contact us now, and let’s get going.

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