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Announcing The Men’s Health & Testosterone Course for Nurse Practitioners

After receiving dozens of requests from my readers, I have finally created my Men’s Health and Testosterone Course. This course is designed for the nurse practitioner who wants to start a high revenue/low expense practice that will generate a significant profit as a part time practice!

Men’s Health is a hot service for a reason: HIGH PROFIT POTENTIAL.

I am releasing this course in the next 3 weeks. The exact date will be announced soon.

This course will teach a nurse practitioner who has absolutely zero experience with men’s health and testosterone replacement therapy on how to practice this specific type of medicine and how to open the clinic. This course provides you everything you need to know to successfully practice men’s health medicine and operate a profitable side practice.

You will learn how to:

  • Understand the pathophysiology of men’s health.
  • Evaluate and diagnose men’s health issues including hypogonadism and erectile dysfunction.
  • Order and interpret relevant lab work.
  • Treat low testosterone.
  • Treat erectile dysfunction.
  • Enhance an aging mans health.
  • Provide growth hormone optimization treatment.
  • Create a men’s health clinic from scratch.
  • Create a cash only practice.
  • Provide bulletproof consent forms.
  • Market your men’s health practice.
  • Order testosterone from specific compounding pharmacies.
  • Mark up products like medications and lab work.
  • Price your services.
  • SUCCEED, and much more…!

This course will be provided in video format which will include myself going over each topic in detail. There will be an audio format for you to download as well so you can learn on the go!

I will also include supplemental documents such as informed consents, patient education, and intake forms. You will have EVERYTHING you need to start your practice. The only thing I cannot provide is your courage.

If you follow the course and utilize the documentation I provide, you can start a Men’s Health and Testosterone Replacement Clinic in no time! I guarantee it 100%.

Men’s health is a very profitable side business that can result in thousands of dollars of side income a month with little work. Consider this niche service if you are wanting to start a small side practice as The Elite Nurse Practitioner Model recommends!

EDIT: The men’s health and testosterone clinic course is now on sale HERE.

31 Responses

    1. The whole point is for this to be a part time practice right? The competition is not an issue in my opinion, you only need 100 patients to make this a profitable practice. Your biggest market will be testosterone replacement anyways. Roman cannot do that.

  1. Great idea, I will look forward to learning more about this! I feel more NPs out there should become empowered to start their own business and thank you for helping us to get started and motivated to do so!

    1. The price during the initial launch week will be $399 and then it will go up to $499. There is no “official” certification. Getting this certified as CME is to costly and honestly doesn’t make a difference in my opinion. If you want to open a TRT clinic, this will teach you how to do it. No fluff involved.

    1. The official launch date will be announced this week. It will be on sale during the initial launch week for $399 then it will go up to $499.

    1. Unfortunately for the time being, an in office exam needs to be done first. After that you can do telemedicine. I follow up with many of my patients over the phone. It is very convenient.

  2. I currently order, interpret, prescribe, and follow med with hypogonadism and ED I my independently run family practice office in So. CA. My question is, how can I turn it around so that it is SEPARATE from my general practice. When patients ask me, isn’t this included in my insurance?, … what do I say?

    1. I tell them it can be covered by insurance but we do not accept insurance. I tell them usually TRT is not covered unless the level is <300ng/dl and you are at 400 ng/dl for example, therefore if you want to be on TRT, you need to pay cash. Same with ED medication, a lot of insurances do not cover it. If they don't like that, I tell them they are more than welcome to go somewhere else. Sorry, but you need to treat this like a business.

      In terms of your situation, it would be hard to have it be a totally separate business in your established practice unless you close that practice down one day a week and strictly do this on that day. That is what I would do.

  3. “ Compounding pharmacies are still producing it. So it doesn’t matter to me”
    Are you fucking serious? What an embarrassment to the profession

    1. Whats the issue? I obtain my HCG from a 503b certified compounding pharmacy, this is not an easy license to obtain. The pharmacy must adhere to strict standards to keep that license. I trust their product as do thousands of other clinics.

  4. Absolutely sign me up. An opportunity cake my way to work with an established men’s health service, and I would be looking to do it potentially as a DBA company.

    1. Please go to the courses and book section here or on the navigation menu. There are a plethora of other courses as well.

  5. Hi Justin,
    I’m enjoying your website. It is so informative and you are very inspiring! I’m interested in several of your courses, i.e. men’s health, medical cannabis, and opiate use disorder, when that comes out. I’m working in addiction medicine now, and am an FNP. I live in Colorado where NPs can practice independently. Is it possible to do all of these together, or would you recommend keeping them separate? Do you offer a discount for the purchase of multiple courses? Which course would you recommend starting with? I think it’s fantastic that you are trying to help NPs become entrepreneurs. Some of the negative comments you get in this blog really surprise me, as obviously you are extremely knowledgable and willing to share your experience to help others become successful. Look forward to hearing from you.

    1. Hello Elisabeth! Good for you on wanting to embark on the journey of entrepreneurship. It is truly a worthwhile pursuit. The negative comments are just from miserable people who are jealous and unable to put the work in themselves, they don’t bother me… I honestly just feel sorry for them.

      I always recommend doing things separately as it makes your businesses look more professional. I would advise the men’s health course as it is the most comprehensive course I offer. If you want a bundle discount on a couple of courses, I would be more than happy to help you with that. Email me at and we can talk about what you would like to pursue.

  6. Hi Justin,
    I’m dually certified women’s health NP/CNM. I opened a wellness clinic in Nevada late last year. I still work full time until my business grows a bit and produces consistent income. My “side hustle” offers aesthetics, vitamin shots, weight loss etc. I want to add HRT and TRT. Do I need an FNP to do TRT? My WHNP training covered men’s sexual health…STDs etc., so I think yes. However, want to confirm before I proceed with your course.

    1. Michelle,

      I have talked with a few WHNPs in some states and the BON told them that they can, but I believe this ultimately comes down to YOUR STATES regulations and the scope of practice of a WHNP. So, I would advise that you call the BON to verify. Every state is different unfortunately…

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