Dr. Kanji is a thyroid specialist here to help you manage your thyroid level to feel your best.
Individuals with hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism often express:
Unhappiness with their thyroid management
Concern about the thyroid’s effect on their overall health
Not being heard because their health care provider doesn’t understand their frustrations
Why Choose Ethos Endocrinology?
8 Reasons to Join Ethos Endocrinology
What Our Patients Say About Our Service
- Isis Mejias12/01/2020
I valued the consultation with Dr. Kanji very much. He was very professional from the start. First, the 15 minute initial online consultation allowed me to understand wether he was the Dr. I was looking for. Then, during the in-person consultation, Dr. Kanji was very personable and took the time to understand the reason why I was there and my concerns. He also spent quite a bit of time getting to know me. I appreciate this very much, as this is rare in doctors nowadays. Only with a personal consultation, you will be able to get personal treatment tailored to you, instead of a standard recipe. Would recommend Dr. Kanji to anyone.
- Tara Cook11/11/2020
Excellent bedside manner. Did a complete history review of my son's Diagnosis and reached out personally to our previous Pediatric Endocrinologist. The appointment was very relaxed and comfortable. He took as much time with us as needed. We were scheduled in a manner that he or us were not rushed due to an overbooked schedule. You can tell he truly is here for his patients. Great direct pay price, no hidden fees. TaraNadia Damani11/05/2020
Dr Kanji he is one of the best endocrinologist. My mom blood sugar were always high, he was able to manage her sugar and was able to bring her number low. Very nice clinic. He follows even after hours with her just to check how she doing. I'm so glad we found him. Highly recommend this clinic.
- Rocio Soriano6/29/2020
Recently went and was impressed by the professionalism Dr.Kanji has to talk to his patients , he actually takes his time to talk and understand his patients , he makes you feel very comfortable and wants the best for you and I really appreciate that totally recommend to visit him.Trung Pham6/24/2020
I was very impressed with the very clean office visit, Dr. Kanji also has all the equipment necessary for ensuring a professional but welcoming appointment. Aleem made sure I was well informed of my current situation and keeps me in the loop with regards to a future gameplan, would absolutely recommend if you are in the area and need an Endo referral.
Ethos Endocrinology Pricing
As a direct care practice, we do not bill health insurance plans. We offer the same reasonable and transparent pricing for everyone.
Learn more about the benefits of direct care.
We offer a membership or fee-for-service. Most patients find the greatest value with the membership. Some patients need infrequent visits or a one-time consultation. Our fee-for-service option makes this possible.
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|One-time enrollment fee||$125||N/A|
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why choose Dr. Kanji as your thyroid specialist?
As your thyroid specialist, Dr. Kanji creates your customized plan with you by listening to your needs and concerns. Access Dr. Kanji between visits for quick changes to your thyroid care. The time, care, and access you receive is affordable.
What is hypothyroidism?
Hypothyroidism1 refers to an underactive thyroid gland. The thyroid gland can’t make enough thyroid hormone to keep the body’s organs working as they should. There are different causes for hypothyroidism, including Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, surgical removal of part or all of the thyroid gland, radiation, thyroiditis (inflammation of the thyroid gland), and other less common causes.
What is hyperthyroidism?
Hyperthyroidism3 refers to a thyroid gland producing and releasing an abnormally high level of thyroid hormone. Causes of hyperthyroidism include Graves disease, toxic multinodular goiter, toxic adenoma, medications, and other less common causes.