Hormones control many processes in our body and proper functioning of these is essential for our well-being. Unfortunately, these smooth processes are disturbed or impeded by so-called “endocrine disruptors”, also called xenohormones, endocrine disruptors or hormone-active substances.
We encounter these in today’s life, for example, in drinking water, in food and in the air. Damage to health can result from this. Known endocrine disruptors are bioaccumulating halides, organic pollutants such as plasticizers and additives, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, pesticides, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, and metals and organometals (e.g. arsenic, cadmium, lead, mercury, methylmercury, tributyltin hydride, triphenyltin).
Dr. Rohrer specializes in disorders of the thyroid gland (autoimmune thyreopathies, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism), sex hormones (e.g. menopausal symptoms, prementstrual syndrome, cycle-dependent migraine, andropause, etc.) and neuro- or stress hormones (e.g. burn out, chronic fatigue, adrenal disorders. We also offer therapy with bioidentical hormones.
Co-treatment by an endocrinologist (hormone specialist) and/or gynecologist in case of corresponding problems is always advisable.