Carly Graff earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio and her Master of Science in Nursing from Walden University in Minneapolis. Her nursing career has spanned over 15 years in various specialties such as pediatrics, family medicine, and surgical.
Carly is certified in Advanced Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy and has years of experience treating patients with chronic diseases and hormone imbalances such as polycystic ovarian syndrome. She is passionate about hormone replacement therapy and loves helping her patients feel their best. Carly uses the “whole patient” concept for treatment and does not believe there is just one hormone or one vitamin that will fix everything. Her favorite thing to hear from patients is, “thank you for giving me my husband/wife back!”
Carly is also a Nurse Practitioner in the United States Air Force Reserves and was recently deployed in support of the COVID relief effort in New York City.
Outside of work, Carly stays busy homeschooling her four young children and chauffeuring them around Tyler to their various activities. Exercise is a priority; she enjoys CrossFit and riding her Peloton. She also loves to unwind by taking boat rides on the lake during the summer.
Carly is excited to continue her career in Tyler at Center for Aesthetic and Laser Medicine Tyler (CALM Tyler) and looks forward to transforming her patients’ lives for the better.
You may be familiar with hormone replacement therapy for postmenopausal women, but did you know this isn’t the only use for replacement? Today, we offer hormone replacement therapy with a variety of innovative treatment administration methods to address a range of health concerns for both men and women.
As you might guess based on the name, hormone replacement therapy is a treatment that replaces hormones when the body, for any reason, fails to produce them at adequate levels. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) can be used to replace most types of hormones, but progesterone, testosterone, and estrogen therapy are the most common. Patients can receive HRT in a variety of application methods, including pills, creams, troches, gels, injections, and pellets.