- Low Energy
- Dull Skin
- Immune Deficiency
- 15-20 Minutes
Intravenous nutrient, electrolyte and mineral therapy has great advantages over traditional oral supplements. The biggest benefit to the patient occurs when the patient is able to avoid costly and expensive urgent care and emergency room visits, especially in the area of migraine headaches, asthma attacks, and the treatment of colds, flu and other common conditions.
IV Therapy is very effective in boosting immunity especially when the patient has a chronic, debilitating disease. The concentration of nutrients through the IV is much stronger and effective than any oral dosing. IV Therapy can be done with a small butterfly needle that is more comfortable compared to an IV in the traditional ER setting.
“The staff was friendly and knowledgeable. They took their time to explain everything to me and they were very kind and gentle throughout my procedure. I would recommend them to anyone I know.” — Laurin S.
Here is a list of several common indications for considering IV vitamin nutrient and mineral therapy:
- Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia
- Asthma, acute & chronic care
- Viral Infection, acute & chronic
- Adjunctive care for Bacterial Infection, especially with high dose Vitamin C
- Migraine Headaches, acute & chronic
- Pre & Post Operative Healing, Optimization of improved surgical outcome
- Immune system support, especially before planned travel
- Muscle sprain/spasm from acute trauma
- Adjunctive care for cancer patients with IV Vitamin C
- For patients suffering from Neurodegenerative problems, glutathione is often given in high concentration as an adjunctive treatment.
Patients are recommended to perform specific nutrient deficiency testing prior to dosing to optimize outcomes. Other specialized ingredients such as selenium, carnitine, ATP and extra B & C vitamins can be given for various conditions.
For more information, call us at (561) 641-9490
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