What is Intravenous (IV) therapy?
IV therapy utilizes vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and amino acids to support the body’s ability to heal itself. When suffering from various illnesses, absorption of nutrients is low since the cells in the body are not functioning optimally nor does the body have the adequate building blocks to help the cells heal and recover. This is where IV therapy can help.
Intravenous, meaning “in the vein,” directly delivers high concentrations of nutrients into the circulatory system, bypassing the digestive tract. The concentration gradient it creates in the body allows the nutrients to flow passively into our cells, with little or no effort from the body. The cells are then provided with higher concentrations of nutrients then can be attained by the GI tract absorption when using oral supplementation. With IV therapy, the cells can heal and repair quicker, restoring its functionality.
When using IV therapy, we focus on providing the highest quality and most activated forms of nutrients. They are given in therapeutic doses to correct any nutrient deficiencies and the associated symptoms.
Who can benefit from IV therapy?
Everyone. It can treat a wide range of ailments, along with working synergistically with other treatment protocols. It can create a strong foundation of health and optimize the functioning of your cells. Some indications are (not limited to):
- Common cold or flu prevention
- Cardiovascular disease
- Fatigue and Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Obesity, metabolic syndrome
- Pain, inflammation
- Enhanced athletic performance
- Low immunity
- Adrenal fatigue (chronic stress)
- Heavy metal detoxification
- Seasonal allergies
- Health optimization
- Depression, anxiety, ADD*
How to start:
Book in with Dr. Kirti Deol, our naturopathic doctor, to get a full assessment done. She will discuss your symptoms, concerns, and the number of IV treatments required. Typically an average treatment plan is about 6 IV treatments and then a maintenance plan annually.
For more information or to book an appointment please call 780-430-9224 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.