Alternative Thyroid Treatments

If you're on T4 medication and still feel terrible, then read on...

Discover How You Can "Take Control" Of Your Hypothyroidism...Today!

Hello, I'm Dr. Geoffrey Bouc; in addition to being board certified in both Family Practice and Holistic Medicine, I maintain a very active practice in Beloit, Wisconsin. For over the past 10 years I've focused on treating people with poorly functioning thyroid glands.

During that time I've found that not everyone with hypothyroidism responds to the commonly prescribed "T4 only" medications (such as Synthroid and Levoxyl). Over the years, thousands of patients have come to me, some from other states, having been prescribed these "T4 only" medications…and they've still been suffering from many of the common symptoms of hypothyroidism. All this despite being told they have "normal labs."


Clinic Number


Complete the information below to get a copy of the
Special Report,

"Putting it all Together"


We promise to never share your information, period.


Get the Latest Thyroid Information

(Dr. Bouc contributed a chapter)

Click on book cover to the left to view book on Amazon

The symptoms I commonly see from these patients include:

  • Fatigue, that "being tired all the time" condition
  • Muscle aches and pains
  • Lethargy or loss of interest in daily activities
  • Difficulty in concentrating
  • Mental sluggishness
  • Cold hands and feet
  • Constipation
  • Weight gain
  • Menstrual problems
  • Swelling of the eyelids
  • Depression and/or anxiety
  • Hair loss

Does this describe you?

What I've found in almost every case is that simply switching to T3 containing medications has helped my patients get back to normal. The symptoms they've been suffering with disappear.

Many of them have told me their physicians have refused to provide them with T3 containing medications, such as Armour. In my opinion, this is due to their physicians adhering to outdated information and perhaps their own prejudices.

Because I'm limited in the number of patients I can actually see in my practice, and because people (maybe such as you) won't or can't travel to my office in Beloit, I've decided to make my knowledge, experience, and solutions available to a greater number of people. I strongly believe that this system represents the future of medicine, enabling patients to take control of their own condition. Good riddance to the days when you have to beg your doctor to do the right thing.

Hence, this web site contains all the information you'll need to make an informed decision about your hypothyroidism.


If you are new to the concept of T3/T4 you may wish to follow the steps below:

  1. Educate yourself about T4 and T3 and why you may be having a problem taking a "T4 only" medication.
  2. Take the Thyroid/Adrenal Assessment.

My goal is an improved lifestyle for you. Finally, you have an option.