IV Nutrition Therapy

Provide your body with the vitamins, minerals, and amino acids it needs, in the most efficient and effective way— directly into the bloodstream.

IV Nutrition Therapy

What is Nutrient IV Therapy?

Nutrient IV therapy is the process by which key nutrients are administered intravenously, bypassing the digestive system to give your body immediate access to the nutrients and substances it needs to function at its best.

Why IV Therapy Works

Why It Works

While the digestive system can be effective at absorbing nutrients from food or supplements, it’s sometimes not enough. Because intravenous treatments are infused directly into the bloodstream, patients do not have to worry about stomach upset, issues with absorption, or loss of potency. This also allows us to administer large doses without worrying about gastrointestinal side effects, which can limit dosing.

IV Nutrients Administered

The Nutrients Administered

There are numerous IV infusions available, and which is administered depends on what your body needs most. IV Nutrition Therapy can be a useful way to administer:

  • Magnesium
  • Vitamin B
  • Vitamin C
  • Glutathione
  • And more

The IV mixture that is right for you can be determined by your clinician.

IV Nutrients Administered

Conditions Treated with Nutrient IV Therapy

This process can be highly beneficial to patients who suffer from illnesses or complications that arise from vitamin or nutrient deficiency, including cold & flu, migraine, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, mood disorders, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, compromised immune systems, and many more. It can also benefit patients who are deficient in nutrients but are unable to take them orally. Nutrient IV can also be given before and after surgery or chemotherapy to help with recovery.

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