Pellets are tiny, custom-compounded therapies for symptoms that stem from hormonal imbalances. The BioTE method may help keep patient’s hormone levels consistent throughout the day. The pellet therapy that BioTE trains on uses hormones that are bioidentical to those found in the human body.
Dr. Tom Arne graduated with his pharmacy degree from Ferris State University in 1981 and his medical degree from Midwestern University in 1986. He completed his internship, a year of surgery residency, his internal medicine residency, and a year as Chief Internal Medicine Resident at Sinai Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. He finished his training as a cardiology fellow, as well as being chief fellow, at Lutheran General Hospital/University of Chicago in 1994. After being in private practice in Grand Rapids, Michigan for three years and establishing and directing the congestive heart failure program at Butterworth Hospital, he relocated to Florida in 1997. His first years here were spent in private practice with Intercoastal Medical Group, where Dr. Arne successfully transitioned the practice from a primary care group to a multispecialty group. He also established and directed the congestive heart failure program at Sarasota Memorial Hospital. In 2006, Dr. Arne decided to establish his own cardiology practice, Gulfshore Cardiology (now Gulfshore Personalized Care). Most recently, Dr. Arne has partnered with BioTE Medical to open the Center for Youthful Aging – a clinic designed to help patients live better, longer. When he’s not working, he enjoys spending time with his family and staying fit. Dr. Arne is truly grateful to the Lord for his patients, his staff, and all his blessings.