495 Thomas Jones Way

Exton Pennsylvania 19341

Phone: 800-775-4902 Ext. 159

www.bioidenticaldoctorpennsylvania.com

Daniel Beninati, M.D – Integrative Gynecology & Clinical Nutrition

Daniel Beninati M.D. has been practicing Obstetrics and Gynecology in Chester County, Pennsylvania, since 1975. The objectives of Dr. Beninati’s medical practice are to help both men and women feel their best and remain healthy throughout various stages of life. He integrates conventional medicine and clinical nutrition with alternative and complementary medicine. His approach is science based and is achieved by going to the root of the problem instead of treating only a particular symptom. He is not only interested in the overall health of his patients physically but also in their mental and spiritual wellbeing. Patients seek Dr. Beninati for assistance in a particular ailment and also for healthy living and longevity. He helps men and women live a productive and active life, slow down accelerated aging and reduce the incidence of incapacities. He uses different modalities such as optimal nutrition, optimal supplementation, natural therapies, exercise, stress management and hormonal balance using bio-identical hormones.

Conditions Treated with Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

  • Weight gain
  • Symptoms of menopause
  • Symptoms of andropause
  • Symptoms of perimenopause
  • Muscle atrophy
  • Hormone decline
  • Adrenal fatigue
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Insomnia
  • Night sweats
  • Thinning bones
  • Hot flashes
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Low libido

Background and Experience

Throughout his distinguished medical practice, he always has been interested in nutrition and an advocate of alternative and complementary medicine. In 2003 he completed all the required courses in Clinical Nutrition and in the fall of 2003 he passed the final examination and became Board Certified in Clinical Nutrition. In 2006 he went to London and completed training in “Androgen Deficiency of the Adult Male” by the Society for the Study of Androgen Deficiency in the Adult Male of England. He approaches his patients in a comprehensive way, using conventional medicine, clinical nutrition and alternative and complementary medicine for men and women. His approach is science based. He is interested not only in the overall health of his patients physically but also in their mental and spiritual wellbeing.