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Intravenour and injections therapy

Intravenous (IV) and Injections Therapy

What are IV & IM nutrient therapies?

IV and IM nutrient therapies are a highly efficient means of delivering fluids, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids into the body. IM therapy is administered as an injection, while IV therapy is administered as a slow drip or a push into the bloodstream.

What is delivered in an IM injection or IV?

Substances used in IV and IM protocols include Vitamin C, B vitamins, Minerals (Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, Chromium and Trace Minerals), Amino Acids (L-Carnitine, L-Taurine, N-Acetyl-Cysteine, L-Proline), Lipotropic Factors, Biotin, Glutathione and more.

How do IM injections and IV’s benefit me?

Many people are unable to absorb all the necessary nutrients and vitamins by regular means of the digestive tract. IV and IM therapies streamline the absorption of fluids, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids into the body by delivering what you need directly to the bloodstream. Bypassing the digestive system leads to a 100% absorption rate, resulting in accelerated recovery times and improved overall performance.

How do I know if I need this treatment?

Book a complimentary 15 min Discovery Call with Dr. Aisha for more information and to assess if IM and IV nutrient therapy is safe and appropriate for you.

What can I expect in an IV treatment?

In your first appointment, Dr. Aisha will take a detailed history of your health concerns, conduct a complaint-oriented physical exam, review any relevant lab tests (including an in-office urinalysis) to assess that the treatment is safe and to determine which nutrients are most indicated for your condition.


After health screening, you will sit comfortably in our lounge chairs and a small needle will be used to gain access to your vein (discomfort is minimal). IV’s take between 10-90 minutes to administer. IM injections are typically injected into the gluteal or deltoid muscle and take about 20 seconds. No down time is needed after an IV and besides avoiding heavy lifting for 2 hours, you may resume your day as usual.

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