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IV Infusion Therapy

What is IV Infusion Therapy?

Intravenous or IV infusion therapy refers to the slow infusion of a nutrients and other compounds which are administered directly into your blood stream via the vein. By intravenously injecting the nutrients and medication, the digestive system is bypassed, which provides for a very effective delivery method. The IV administration allows for faster absorption of the medication and avoids losses in the digestive system that occur when the same nutrient and medication are ingested orally.

IV infusion therapy also makes possible the delivery of high concentrations of nutrients without being broken down because of digestive process. This rapid delivery makes it easy for your body to get its much needed nutrients quickly.

Administration of this therapy begins with a consultation and evaluation of your goals and medical history as our patient. In some instances, testing helps to identify appropriate therapies or to balance the mix of compounds delivered in the infusion therapy. This gives our clinical staff the information they need to determine what nutrients or medication is appropriate to attain optimum health.

After your intake evaluation, our medical staff, sometimes in association with other health professionals in this field with construct a management plan designed specifically for you. The work closely with you achieve your optimum health through IV infusion therapy. This therapy can be used to treat a wide array of medical conditions and associate symptoms

IV Therapy Subdivisions

IV infusion therapies can broadly be classified into categories of treatment options the patient can choose from. Each has its own primary purpose and may overlap with other therapies in secondary benefits.

IV therapies can be classified into following categories .Each of these have its primary purpose

1) Ozone therapy

IV Ozone Therapy is the removal of a small sample of the patient’s blood, diluting it with saline, and enriching it with the addition of ozone. The ozone is produced in an ozone generator from medical-grade oxygen gas, creating O3, which attaches to the red blood cells. Virus, bacteria, parasites, and fungus cannot live in this highly oxygenated environment.

2) Vitamin C therapy

Vitamin C therapy is one of the most common forms of intravenous therapy, widely used in conjunction with traditional cancer treatment. This therapy is believed to help the body to heal faster, to lessen the pain of injuries, to improve the patient’s energy levels, and to improve the body’s resilience in recovering from viral and bacterial infections. This therapy can be also used to treat Fibromyalgia. Administration of vitamin C therapy in cancer patients has been observed to improve the patients’ response to other therapies. With vitamin C therapy, cancer patients have much improved appetites and are more active.

3) Chelation

Chelation Therapy when compared to bypass surgery is a cost-efficient alternative that is comparatively safe and has been used in the US since the 1940’s. EDTA (usually used as the chelator or binding compound) is a man-made amino acid that is combined with vitamins and minerals and given intravenously.

4) Nutritional

Intravenous nutritional therapy is administering vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other nutrients directly into the bloodstream. Not only do you avoid loosing any of the strength in the digestive system ,you also eliminate any gastric irritation. With this type of therapy, your body can attain optimum health faster and more effectively compared to orally taking pills and supplements.

5) Poly MVA

The Poly MVA infusion therapy is an alternative to traditional cancer treatment. This IV therapy uses a complex formula rich with non-toxic antioxidants together with vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other ingredients. Poly MVA therapy is believed to strengthen the body’s ability to repair itself at the cellular level by facilitating energy transfer to the cells through its redox molecules.

6) Meyer's Cocktail

This is an IV therapy that is nutrient-based and is used to fill the body with nutrients including vitamins and minerals among others. It is primarily used as an energy booster, which allows the safe passage of a high dose of nutrients directly to the patient’s bloodstream, making it easier to be absorbed.

7) Salicinium therapy

Usage & Indications

IV infusion therapy has been used with success for a number of conditions. Given the results of the therapy, we believe strongly in its effect and its benefit on the health of our patients.

IV infusion therapy can help in the management and control of symptoms and conditions such as the following:

  • Acne
  • Acute infections
  • Acute or chronic muscle spasm
  • Acute or chronic asthma
  • Arrhythmia
  • Bronchitis
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Chronic depression
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Dry eyes
  • Gastro-intestinal disorders
  • General aging conditions
  • Glaucoma
  • Hepatitis
  • Hypertension
  • Insomnia
  • Ischemic vascular disease
  • Lyme disease
  • Malnutrition
  • Migraine headaches
  • Narcotic withdrawal
  • Osteoporosis
  • Obesity
  • Pre-menstrual syndrome
  • Progesterone deficiency
  • Respiratory problems
  • Seasonal allergic rhinitis
  • Sinusitis
  • Skin conditions
  • Tension headaches
  • Tissue trauma

Advantages of iv infusion therapy

The main advantage of IV therapy is that the nutrients are delivered to the body in high concentrations without breaking down, which usually happens with digestion. Nutrients will be broken down through digestion during the usual intake of medicines. But in case of IV therapy, since we are injecting the medicines directly into vein, full nutrients are delivered to our body without being breaking down.

Therapy Procedure

If you suffer from chronic pain i.e. pain which is persisting for a long time, and has not been responded to medicines, infusion therapy will be a best option for you. The therapy procedure is easy and painless. But before that you have to check whether you are eligible for the therapy or not.

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