Our Services

At Garden State Endocrinology, we listen...we care...we can help.  Our office commonly treats the following conditions:

Diabetes, Type 1 and Type 2.  We also treat Gestational Diabetes, Pre Diabetes, Type 3c (Pancreatic) Diabetes and welcome all Insulin Pump and sensors.

Obesity and Weight management

Thyroid disorders, including Hyperthyroidism, Hypothyroidism, Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, Thyroid Nodules and Thyoid Cancer

Female hormonal disorders, including PCOS, menopause and hirsutism

Osteoporosis and metabolic bone disease

Male hormonal disorders, including low Testosterone and ED

Adrenal and Pituitary disorders, including adrenal and pituitary tumors

Tumors of endocrine organs

Other hormonal excess or insufficieny

We also conduct several lifestyle management and survival skill classes and sessions (diabetes, thyroid, obesity, medication, diet) to assist you in maintaining wellness and health.

What is Endocrinology?

Endocrinology is the field of medicine dealing with diseases of organ system that controls/produces hormones.  A hormone is a signaling molecule that regulates physiology and behavior.  An Endocrinologist manages and treats diseases caused by problems with hormones.  Becoming an endocrinologist requires over 10 years of training.

Hormones regulate several key body functions, including metabolism, energy, sleep, growth and reproduction.

Optimal management of hormonal disorders requires a personalized and holistic care plan developed in a multi disciplinary fashion with your health care team.  Life style adjustments, including lifestyle changes, meditation, dietary changes and physical activity are key in long term management of these disorders, and work in tandem with your pharmacological therapy.

Most patients are referred to the endocrinologist from their primary care providers/other care providers when a problem with the hormones is suspected.  The endocrinologist's goal is to restore hormonal balance in the body.

Patient Resources

An informed consumer is the best consumer.  Instead of getting lost on the net, we recommend trusted source of information.  The following links serve as a great learning tool and resource for the majority of our patients.

American Diabetes Association www.diabetes.org

American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists www.aace.com

American Thyroid Association www.thyroid.org

Endocrine Society www.hormone.org

www.checkyourneck.com Thyroid Awareness

www.thyca.org   Thyroid Cancer Support

www.myglu.org  Hypoglycemia Education

www.jdrf.org  Diabetes Support

www.nof.org  National Osteoporosis Foundation

online.epocrates.com   Resource for all drug information, including indications, risks, side effects and alternatives.






What fits your needs and schedule?  Please call (732) 686-9144 or email info@gsenj.org  and our staff will be happy to assist you.

* Some services may not be covered by your insurance. Initial visit cannot be a televisit.



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