These infusions are primarily beneficial to their users, but small risks are involved. These risks are associated with the IV method, however. Bruising may occur at the injection site, and is comparable to having blood drawn for a lab test. Certain side effects may include “infiltration”, which can be caused by vascular fragility and result in a rupture of the vein wall and fluid leakage into the surrounding tissue. The user will experience a localized burning sensation, which will dissipate as the IV is moved to another vein. Patients with small, difficult-to-locate veins or who are prone to vascular weakness may not be candidates for IVMT. It may be possible, in some instances, that a period of oral nutrients administered in high doses can rebuild one’s nutritional state, strengthening the veins to the point that IVMT therapy is once again a viable option.

Benefits?

100% Vitamin Absorbtion

IV Therapy rapidly regenerates nutrient levels in the center of cells–where nutrients are needed most. And only when those cells have the concentration of nutrients they need to function properly can true healing begin. Most patients report immediate improvements after an infusion. Nutrients, fluids and medications that cannot be taken by patients orally can be administered by IV. When you administer these vitamins via saline drip, you rehydrate and achieve higher absorption.

  • Fights exhaustion & fatigue

  • Aids recovery from jet lag & hangover

  • Protects and promotes healthy immune and circulatory system function

  • Prevents viral infections

  • Boosts energy levels and improves athletic performance

  • Helps regulate sleep, mood & appetite

  • Slows the Aging Process

  • Improves the appearance of skin, hair & nails

  • Detoxifies the body

  • Improves libido and sexual drive

  • Increases red blood cell production

 

Common Ailments

  • Exhaustion

  • Poor Blood Circulation

  • Migraine, Headache

  • Hangover

  • Jet Lag

  • Lack of Concentration

  • Memory Loss

  • Cold/Flu

  • Stomach Bug

  • Seasonal Allergies

  • Stress

  • Dehydration

  • Depression

  • Muscle Aches

  • Athletic Overexertion

  • Morning Sickness from Pregnancy