IV Nutrient Infusions, also known as "Drips" are used to deliver vitamins and minerals directly into the bloodstream, which may offer superior absorption over oral supplements. Drips are considered an alternative therapy treatment. We offer several pre-formulated customized solutions to address a variety of issues, including:
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Results may vary among individuals. IV Vitamin and Nutrient Infusion therapy is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Medical clearance required prior to infusion and provided at time of consultation
We offer a wide array of IV Vitamin and Nutrient therapies, please see the Services page for more details on the types of drips we offer.
Side effects are typically mild and when they do occur are usually related to the injection site. This can include bruising at the site of injection, infection at site of infection (rare), rash and dizziness. Additional side effects which may occur related to the infusion itself can include stomach discomfort and chills. This is not common and is often related to the ingredient in the drip. Your provider can discuss with you the best drip formulation for you.
Infusion drip therapy may provide certain benefits, however not everyone is a candidate. Patients with kidney and active liver disease, congestive heart failure or end stage renal disease are not candidates for this treatment. Patients with milk allergies or lactose intolerance, and sulfa allergies are not eligible to receive glutathione.