Smiling woman receiving IV therapy

IV therapy delivers nutrients immediately to the tissues that need them most.

IV therapy, also known as an IV drip, allows patients to receive depleted nutrients that may otherwise be difficult to absorb. IV therapy involves administration of nutrients intravenously, resulting in safe delivery of high concentrations of nutrients to the body.

Iron infusions restore depleted iron to rapidly boost energy.

Iron infusions rapidly restore your body’s levels of iron, an essential nutrient needed to transport oxygen to your muscles, brain, and other tissues.  When iron stores are depleted (a condition called iron deficiency anemia), you may feel fatigued, weak, cold and may experience headaches or mental sluggishness.  Heavy periods or excessive blood loss, a lack of iron in your diet, pregnancy, and poor iron absorption (which can be caused by gastrointestinal dysfunction) can all cause iron deficiency.  Fortunately, this condition can be easily corrected with a series iron infusions. Iron infusions are covered by most insurance carriers, and we’ll take care of the billing for you.

Iron infusions restore depleted iron to rapidly boost energy.

Iron infusions rapidly restore your body’s levels of iron, an essential nutrient needed to transport oxygen to your muscles, brain, and other tissues.  When iron stores are depleted (a condition called iron deficiency anemia), you may feel fatigued, weak, cold and may experience headaches or mental sluggishness.  Heavy periods or excessive blood loss, a lack of iron in your diet, pregnancy, and poor iron absorption (which can be caused by gastrointestinal dysfunction) can all cause iron deficiency.  Fortunately, this condition can be easily corrected with a series iron infusions. Iron infusions are covered by most insurance carriers, and we’ll take care of the billing for you.