This form of IV Therapy can be used for general wellness, immune boost, energy, hydration, hangovers, athletic recovery, fatigue, migraines and more.
IV's start at just $99. Additional vitamins and/or minerals are also available as an add-on in the IV.
Can an IV really help me?
Absolutely! Many patients with various ailments have tried IV Therapy and have felt some outstanding results from simple hydration and hangovers to help with Migraines, Fatigue, Anti-Aging and various other health issues. Some patients even use it to help supplement what they do not already get from their diet.
Should I consult with a doctor before receiving an IV?
It is recommended that a patient with issues with Kidney function consult with a doctor before receiving an IV. Haven't seen a doctor in a while? We have Naturopathic physicians at our clinic who love helping patients make better decisions when it comes to their health.
What additional nutrients can be put into my IV so that I can get the most benefit to improve my health?
Vitamins added to IV's can include Vitamins B-1, B-2, B-3, B-5, B-6, B-12 and C
Minerals added to IV's can include Zinc, Magnesium, Calcium and Potassium
What do these nutrients do to help me?
Vitamin B-1, a.k.a. Thiamine, helps our bodies energy metabolism and the growth and development of cells.
Vitamin B-2, also known as Riboflavin, is a component of two coenzymes that help our bodies with energy metabolism, and cell grown and development.
Vitamin B-3, also known as Niacin, plays a huge role in the development and function of cells in our bodies.
Vitamin B-5 helps our bodies by synthesizing and metabolize proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.
Vitamin B-6 helps our bodies by synthesizing triglycerides and lipoprotein metabolism.
Vitamin B-12 is very widely used in the body to make DNA, proper red blood cell formation, and neurological function.
Vitamin C, as many already know, helps our immune systems.
Zinc is used in our bodies for many things such as immune function, wound healing, protein synthesis, dividing cells, pregnancy growth and development and more.
Magnesium is important to our bodies muscular regulation, blood sugar levels, making bone and DNA and more
Calcium is responsible for bone growth, helps release hormones and also helps nerves carry information to every part of the body.
Potassium is widely used throughout our whole body from muscle function to nerve function and helps the kidneys and heart as well.