You may think of dehydration or surgery when you hear the word intravenous (IV), but outpatient IV therapies can deliver crucial nutrients (vitamins, minerals, amino acids and more) and fluids for optimal health and to resolve infections and other conditions. Dr. Shivinder Deol uses IV therapies to improve your health, boost immune systems, and optimize long term health. Contact the Anti-Aging & Wellness Center by calling the number listed or clicking the “Book now” button to explore IV therapies further.
IV therapy uses variety of nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, amino acids, chelation agents and others along with fluids injected directly into the bloodstream through a vein. There are a variety of reasons why IV therapies are used, common reasons being to provide high levels of the desired nutrients like vitamin C, B vitamins, Magnesium and other minerals without having to go through the liver.
Post surgical patients who receive micronutrient IV therapy after surgery have faster healing and greater strength during the recovery period. Similarly after any injuries, IV therapies can reduce recovery time. Consider IV therapies even after dental work as large number of toxins are released with dental cleaning as well as any dental work.
Many Americans have vitamin or nutrient deficiencies from Vitamin A to Zinc, which affects their body’s functions. The purpose of IV therapy is to give your body quick direct access to nutrients it’s deficient in or poorly absorbs.
The providers at the Anti-Aging & Wellness Center offer the following IV therapies:
After assessing your health, the doctors determines which IV cocktail might benefit you. They will explain the procedures and risks to help you make an informed decision.
In addition to the indications listed above, IV therapies can also produce the following effects:
Many patients pursue IV therapy to recover from acute or chronic infections, alleviate from hangovers, and give their systems an overall reboot.
After your vital signs are taken and general assessment of your health is done to make sure you meet the criteria for IV therapy. Then, you relax in a chair where the doctor will start an IV access in your hand or forearm and connects it the IV bag containing fluids and the nutrients. Most IV treatments take between 1 to 3 hours. Relax and watch some TV or snooze or bring some work!
After the IV infusion is over, the IV needle or catheter will be removed and pressure dressing applied the puncture wound. Your doctor may recommend as needed treatments or multiple times per week or month to help your condition.
If you’re interested in trying IV therapy, contact us online or over the phone to learn about your options.