- Intravenous Nutritional Therapy provides great health benefits.
- IV Nutritional Therapy is helpful as a preventive aging measure.
- Many patients report benefits within hours of receiving the treatment.
- These therapies are considered very safe.
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Chronic Depression
- Congestive Heart Failure
- Seasonal Allergies
- Urinary Tract Infection
- Acute and Chronic Viral infection
- In need of faster healing and recovery
IV Nutritional Therapy is a method of delivering vitamins, minerals and other vital nutrients to the body directly through the bloodstream. A small intravenous catheter is temporarily placed in a vein, and nutrients are administered slowly. Some nutrients can be administered over a 5 to 15 minute period; however, most infusions last approximately 30 to 45 minutes. IV Nutritional Therapy “feeds” the cells with nutrients, optimizing cellular health. IV therapy is particularly relevant since many vitamin and mineral supplements are not well absorbed by the body. For some people, barriers exist in the gastrointestinal, preventing adequate absorption. But with IV therapy, we can safely deliver nutrients into the blood stream that might not be tolerated if administered orally. We can “flood” the cells with nutrients. All of the nutrients we use are natural and safe.
Specific benefits that patients report include: (1) Increased energy, (2) An overall sense of well being, (3) Improved sports performance, (4) Improved healing and recovery from sports “wear and tear” or even surgical procedures (5) Enhanced immune support, and (6) Stress relief. IV therapy is so powerful that many patients report many of these benefits within hours of receiving the treatment. Some chronic conditions such as Fibromyalgia may require periodic treatments to maintain the benefits.
The first step toward IV Nutritional Therapy is to schedule a comprehensive initial assessment. With lab results and your detailed health history, Doctor Allen will outline the specific treatment plan to help you improve your health.