Doctor Category: Obstetrics and Gynecology
Well known and liked by generations of Treasure Coast women, Dr. Neil C. Boland has practiced OB-GYN for 42 years. He has served as department chairman at Martin Memorial Hospital, delivering more than 5,000 babies in Stuart and Port St. Lucie. Several of his delivered babies have now become practicing physicians themselves in Stuart. In 2015, Dr. Boland founded the Treasure Coast Bioidentical Institute. His facility is dedicated to cutting-edge hormone evaluation and management of menopausal and perimenopausal women as well as andropausal men with low testosterone. One third of his patients are males referred by their spouses.
Boland relates he is a devout believer in evidence-based medicine, lifelong learning, and integrating current research findings into medical practice. That’s why he logs more than 500 hours per year in continuing education courses or as a mentor to other physicians across the nation. Dr. Boland serves on the board of the BioTe Medical Corporation as a clinical advisor to more than 5,500 medical practices.
“Endocrinology has always been my first love” says Boland. “The reason so many patients feel so badly as they age is that hormonal medicine is simply not taught in medical training because of time constraints. The result is that hormonal medicine is tragically misunderstood by physicians, and their patients suffer, needlessly experiencing low quality of life. Hormonal imbalance often is a major root cause of medical illness. It is thrilling to see our patients undergo life-changing improvements in cognitive function, moods, sleep, appearance, sexual function, weight reduction, bone density, metabolic markers, and cancer prevention.”
Dr. Boland also currently serves as Board Vice-Chairman of the Kane Center, Martin County Council on Aging. He enjoys cycling, boating, playing sax, traveling, and being with his wife Renee and Bichon Willie Dog.
Treasure Coast Bioidentical Institute
2181 SE Ocean Boulevard | Stuart
772.220.8766 | bioidentical-hrt.org