You’re probably familiar with the use of intravenous therapy in emergency rooms and medical settings. The process involves accessing a vein to deliver saline and medications directly into your bloodstream.
IV vitamin therapy uses the same tools and techniques to give you an immediate hydration and nutrient boost. It’s become an incredibly popular wellness treatment across the nation, and many people incorporate IV vitamin therapy into their ongoing health and wellness routines.
Having an IV placed is a straightforward process. Your practitioner uses a needle to place a thin medical tube into a vein on your wrist or hand. The tubing remains after the needle is withdrawn, and a piece of surgical tape holds the tubing in place.
The other end of the tubing is connected to a bag containing saline and a mix of vitamins. The solution slowly drips into your vein, entering your bloodstream and traveling directly to your cells where it goes to work and fuels your body at the most basic level.
Memorial Health Urgent Care and Infusions offers a range of IV vitamin therapy options to suit virtually every set of needs. Each blend is carefully formulated to provide a combination of nutrients that support specific goals.
Some of the available options include:
This is a blend of magnesium, vita complex, Pepcid® (stomach acid reducer), Toradol®, (anti-inflammatory pain medicine), Zofran® (nausea medicine), and 1 liter of hydrating electrolytes.
A proper dose of vitamin C and glutathione within 2 -3 months* of treatment may result in brighter and healthier skin.
It involves a blend of B-vitamins such as magnesium chloride, thiamine, riboflavin, niacinamide, and vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine), and other nutrients like calcium, vitamin C, and 1 liter of hydrating electrolytes.
With folic acid, vitamin B complex, Zofran® (nausea medicine) or vitamin B-6 for women pregnant less than 13 weeks, and 1 liter of hydrating electrolytes, your morning sickness symptoms may improve.
To learn more about IV vitamin therapy, begin the process by calling Memorial Health Urgent Care and Infusions today or clicking to book an appointment. Walk-in visits are also welcome.
*Individual results may vary