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Gino Tutera, M.D., F.A.C.O.G. Brings SottoPelle Therapy to Middle Tennessee, Opens Practice in Nashville Medical District
Date:6/16/2010

therapy and with more than 30 years as an OB/GYN specializing in the treatment of PMS, menopause and hormonal imbalance. Converging his practical experience with a unique approach of individually dosing biologically identical hormones, Dr. Tutera developed a proprietary and unparalleled therapy that has improved literally tens of thousands of lives thus far throughout the world.

Dr. Tutera was compelled to bring his therapy to Tennessee because of strong demand for the authentic SottoPelle treatment. As the Middle Tennessee locations get up and running, Dr. Tutera will be the presiding physician, present to meet with all new patients and initiate individualized treatments.

Operations are backed by a personalized physician-patient care model that features electronic health records, personal follow up and ongoing communications to ensure the best care possible. SottoPelle therapy is intended to work in harmony with patients¼ ongoing medical care regimens for optimum health and quality of life.

Public seminar dates will be announced in the near future. SottoPelle Nashville is located at 2201 Murphy Avenue, Suite 202 in the Nashville medical district, phone number (615) 822-1616. More information and office hours may be accessed at www.sottopelletn.net.

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