A: Currently the best practice is for adults over the age of 18 who are not pregnant or lactating.
A. Fortunately the risk and side effects are very minimum and temporary. There may be possible bruising or soreness at the IV injection site along with less common side effects such as infection or allergic reaction. It is very important to give complete and truthful report of medical history to your injector so they can minimize these risks. The vitamins that are used are water soluble. This means your body will excrete any remaining unused amount of the infusion.
A: While each patient responds to differently to each infusion, weekly treatments are most recommended to maintain optimal function of your bodies systems. Others may only need monthly treatments. Some factors that may affect your frequency needs include amount of physical activity, quality of nutrition, and stress level. Talk to your injector to find the best treatment option for you.
A: Intravenous therapy bypasses the gastrointestinal tract allowing your body to absorb 100% of the vitamins and antioxidants. Using this method reduces the amount of fluid you need to consume in order to gain the equivalent results and allows for rapid and more effective results.
A: Pure Medical oxygen is reported to have benefits such as increased energy, increased mood, relief of headaches and nausea, decreased stress and decrease length of cold symptoms.
A: There have been no adverse effects noted with short-term use of pure oxygen, as stated by the FDA.
A: Our medical director has set strict policies and procedures for each care to be given. The RN is required by law to follow these set orders for each injection. Our medical staff consist of fully licensed and accredited Registered Nurses and Board Certified Doctors.
A: Anytime a needle enters the skin it is a possibility of pain. However, we pride ourself on using high-quality products to make your treatment as comfortable as possible.
A: No, we do not accept private health insurance. We do however accept FSA and HSA accounts, which may qualify with your employer’s health care plan.