Wiley Protocol™ for Men

The only cyclical male bio-identical hormone therapy, using DHEA and testosterone creams.  It mimics the body’s production of testosterone and DHEA exactly, including seasonal variation.  Cyclical dosing prevents metabolites and testosterone being covered to estrogen.  The application via creams avoids liver involvement.  Recommended for:

  • Energy
  • Libido, erections
  • Brain function, focus
  • Increased muscle mass
  • Bone health
  • Circulation


Start off the treatment by booking an initial visit with Dr. Austin. Blood work is initially done to determine dosing of hormones, and follow-up visits ensure they stay at the optimal levels.

Wiley Protocol™ Testosterone for Women

As a woman ages, her libido and desire for sex often diminishes. Testosterone levels are highest for a woman in the early twenties, but by the time she approaches and enters menopause there may be a testosterone deficiency.  Testosterone can play a key role in libido, energy, bone health and immune function in women. Produced by the ovaries, testosterone over the course of the menstrual cycle  has a rhythm in women.

The replacement of estrogen alone may not correct loss of muscle tone, absent sex drive, or general lack of mental function. The Wiley Protocol Testosterone cream for women is biomimetic and replicates feminine testosterone hormone rhythms.

Thyroid Hormone Restoration and Treatments

Herbs, nutrition and prescription iodine drops often aid in the functioning of the thyroid. Armour thyroid is also frequently prescribed. Based on blood work and basal body temperature charting, an individual treatment protocol will be made for you.

If you require thyroid medication, you may now choose rhythmic dosing using Wiley Protocol Thyroid instead of your static dosing in pill form. Wiley believes that the traditional dosing of thyroid formulas may interfere with the rhythms of the original Wiley Protocol. Wiley Protocol Thyroid is the only Biomimetic thyroid therapy on the market today. It uses the rhythms of nature to mimic the manner in which thyroid hormone occurs in a healthy body. It will not interfere with the original Wiley Protocol.

Natural Hormones (Wiley Protocol™) Cyclical Dosing

The Wiley Protocol® is a trademarked bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (Hormone Replacement Therapy, or B.H.R.T.) made famous by actress Susan Sommers. This is a topical cream delivery system consisting of biomimetic estradiol, progesterone, and testoterone — dosed to mimic the natural hormone rhythm produced by a woman’s body when she was in her prime. This method by-passes the liver and the digestive system to ensure maximum absorption. Used to prevent osteoporosis, heart disease, mood disturbance, dryness, hair loss, incontinence and libido concerns. Blood work is done to ensure your appropriate dosing for your body.

Folate (Folic Acid)


Folic Acid is essential for several bodily functions — the production of healthy red blood cells, for example. Leafy vegetables are a principal dietary source, although most of us get it primarily from fortified cereals and bread.

Sufficient folic acid intake is critical for pregnant women to prevent neural tube defects in developing embryos. It is also essential for ensuring fertility. Furthermore, it can relieve hot flashes in postmenopausal women, and may also be helpful in preventing heart disease. Folic acid has been used to help treat skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.



Glucosamine is a sugar produced in the body. It is best known for preventing and reversing joint damage related to osteoarthritis. It plays a very important role in maintaining cartilage in the body, the gel-like material that cushions joints, and is found to speed the healing of soft tissue injuries as well.

Although some foods contain small amounts of Glucosamine, there is no readily available source. As a result, supplements in the form of tablets, capsules, creams and injections have become widely available. Injections are recommended because they ensure maximum absorption. Some of Glucosamine’s uses include:

  • Relief of osteoarthritis-related pain, stiffness and swelling
  • Slow and possibly halt osteoarthritis-related damage to joints
  • Speed healing of strains and sprains
  • Control back pain
  • Promotion of healthy aging


Results will take anywhere from three to eight weeks, with the shots given weekly.

Glucosamine’s effectiveness may be improved by taking it along with an oral supplement such as chondroitin sulfate, another compound which may affect cartilage. Glucosamine supplements can safely be combined with conventional pain relievers such as acetaminophen and aspirin.

B1 (Thiamin)


Like other B complex vitamins, thiamine is considered an “anti-stress” vitamin because it may strengthen the immune system and improve the body’s ability to withstand stressful conditions. It is named B1 because it was the first B vitamin discovered.

Thiamine deficiency is rare, but can occur in people who get most of their calories from sugar or alcohol. People with thiamine deficiency have difficulty digesting carbohydrates. As a result, a substance called pyruvic acid builds up in their bloodstream, causing a loss of mental alertness, difficulty breathing, and heart damage (a disease known as beriberi).

Some preliminary evidence suggests that thiamine — along with other nutrients — may lower risk of getting cataracts.

B12 (Cyanocobalamin)


This form of vitamin B12 is the same form used by any MD in practice.  May give you:

  • Energy
  • Weight loss & higher metabolism
  • Deeper sleep
  • Lowered homocysteine levels (as increased levels lead to cardiovascular disease)
  • Better mood
  • Balanced immune system
  • Mental clarity
  • Stamina


Important for vegetarians/vegans, those on medications that deplete B12 (Dr. Austin can tell you which ones these are), digestive concerns such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, IBS, colon surgeries, GERD. Also helpful for shingles, neuropathy, hangovers, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetics and those with migraines.

If you have a B12 anemia called Pernicious Anemia, Dr. Austin will develop a schedule for you to follow in order to get the adequate number of vitamin B12 shots needed for treatment.

B12 (Methylcobalamin)


This form of vitamin B12 passes the blood-brain barrier and affects brain function directly. It is superior to the Cyanocobalamin B12 injection as it does not contain a preservative, and provides the best absorption. It is typically not offered at MD offices.

It not only offers the same benefits as the other form of B12 (Cyanocobalamin) such as energy and weight control, but is also recommended for:

  • Autism
  • Chemical sensitivities
  • Mental health concerns such as depression, stress, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s
  • Multiple Sclerosis.
  • Pregnant or nursing women with nausea and morning sickness

B6 (Pyridoxine)


Has been shown to benefit cardiovascular function, learning disorders, and skin concerns. It also is used to balance the mood as it is needed in the formation of serotonin, dopamine and other neurotransmitters. Known as the “anti-stress” vitamin, it is believed to enhance the activity of the immune system and improve the body’s ability to withstand stressful conditions. It also is responsible for metabolism and blood synthesis. May be helpful for:

  • Arthritis
  • PMS
  • Parkinson’s
  • Autism
  • ADD
  • Weight loss
  • Fatigue prevention


This injection could be done up to three times a week due to its water soluble properties. For women, it is especially indicated do this injection around the menstrual cycle or during PMS symptoms. It has such strong anti-inflammatory properties that it helps cramps and menstrual migraines quickly. Athletes also enjoy the energy burst and post exercise anti-inflammatory effects the vitamin B6 shot delivers.