Dr. Kenneth E Baird is a women’s primary care physician in Carrollton that focuses on contraception, check-ups, immunizations, non-surgical weight loss, and more. Dr. Baird has a family of his own and knows the importance of making sure females are in good health. As a primary care physician, he works hard to make sure the woman of Carrollton and North Dallas suburbs feel well. Dr. Kenneth Baird’s medical office and Hormonal Balance & Restoration accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield, Ambetter, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, First Health (Coventry Health Care), Humana, Aetna and Cigna.
Dr. Kenneth Baird was born in Texas but grew up in multiple states. He returned to Carrollton in 2002. Practicing as a primary care physician since 1989, he got into aesthetic medicine in 2004. He opened his solo women’s primary care doctor practice in 2009. He became a Certified Medical Practitioner through BioTE® in 2013 and began working with bioidentical hormone replacement in Carrollton and North Dallas suburbs. He is an avid runner and has worked his way up to second degree blackbelt in Tae Kwon Do. He and his wife Pam have been married for over thirty years; they have three children.
A women’s primary care physician in Carrollton needs to be someone you can trust. A primary care physician treats woman from infants to seniors, through all stages of life. Women’s primary care doctors aren’t specialists in one type of disease or treatment, instead caring for sicknesses more broadly like cold, infections, flu and many more. They also conduct health screening. If more specialized care is needed, then can provide referrals. Women’s primary care physician in Carrollton and North Dallas suburbs work with chronic conditions of their patients like asthma and diabetes. They also do prenatal care, inoculations, physicals and more.
Our women’s physician works to help females with hormone imbalances in Carrollton. A hormone imbalance effects the endocrine system, primarily the pineal gland, pituitary gland, thyroid gland, thymus, pancreas, adrenal glands and ovaries. The signs of having an imbalance might include heavy, irregular, or painful periods; osteoporosis; hot flashes and night sweats; vaginal dryness; breast tenderness; indigestion; constipation; or diarrhea. Dr. Baird looks forward to working with you in Carrollton and North Dallas suburbs and bringing you to optimal health.