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A.K.A. The Myers' Cocktail. This classic IV nutritional cocktail was pioneered 50 years ago and used ever since. Good for: fibromyalgia, asthma, migraine, fatigue, depression, and Lyme's Dz., among others. Each B ingredient is either a coenzyme or precursor of a coenzyme that is necessary for the formation of amino acids and key metabolic pathways. This is a great cocktail for those new to IV Nutrition and has vast benefits. It contains: magnesium, calcium, selenium, vitamin C and multiple B complex vitamins.
Takes approx. 60 minutes to infuse. $149
Also known as an Immune Booster. Good for: shift workers, cardiovascular health, memory, autoimmune issues, and chronic infections, to name just a few. The father of medicine would surely approve of this immune enhancing cocktail. It contain's all of the ingredients of the Myers' Cocktail with two additional powerful detoxifying antioxidants--acetylcysteine and glutathione. If you want to improve your energy or just to optimize your health, Hippocrates Choice is a sure winner.
Takes approximately 60-90 min. to infuse. $169
Alpha Lipoic Acid or ALA. Good for: metabolic and weight regulation, diabetic neuropathy and diabetes support. ALA is a co-factor in the Krebs cycle in generating energy, improving insulin sensitivity, and controlling blood sugar. ALA is also an antioxidant and used to support weight loss.
Takes 1-2 hrs for infusion. $179
Glutathione. Good for: cardiovascular disease, nerve disorders, chemotherapy repair, anti-aging, and liver disorders. It is known as the master antioxidant and is a tripeptide involved in DNA synthesis and repair that has been damaged by age, environmental toxins, and other insults. Glutathione is comprised of 3 amino acids: glycine, cysteine, and glutamic acid. Glutathione may be added on to other therapies or given alone.
Takes 10+ min. to infuse depending on dose. $55 or as an add-on $35
High Dose Vitamin C. Good for: anti-aging, anti-viral, anti-fungal and post chemo and radiation treatment. Also known as ascorbic acid, high doses or C are used as a pro-oxidant and given to support the immune system. Doses start at 25 grams and go to 100 grams IV and require blood work and medical visit prior to treatment. Infusions range from 2 hrs. to 5 hrs.
Price varies by dose $179-$457
Hydration at it's best. Whether dehydrated from high altitude, athletic performance, or overindulgence the night before, this IV will make you feel like a million bucks. Add on one of the individual vitamin, mineral, or medication treatments to maximize your IV therapy.
Takes 30-60 mins. to infuse. $75
Dilute Hydrogen Peroxide. Good for: arthritis, cancer, diabetes, pain, infection control, and supports the immune system. Low-dose hydrogen peroxide introduces oxygen slowly and directly into the blood stream, thereby oxidizing waste and inhibiting anaerobic organisms. Takes 1.5 hrs. for infusion. $137, add HCl acid for $23
Hydrochloric acid. Good for: WBC production and as an immune booster. Dilute hydrochloric acid is used to stimulate the immune system by triggering white blood cell production and other immune responses. White blood cells are responsible for fighting infections and foreign insults to the body. It is a gentle yet effective oxidative treatment. Typically is an add on to Hydrogen Peroxide, Myers', or Immune Treatments. $35
Ketorolac. Good for: muscle pain/strain, joint pain, migraines, kidney stone pain, or any other severe painful condition. Ketorolac is a very potent NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory) medication, also known as the brand name Toradol. This medication is used for pain and inflammation, with multiple side effects. This should not be used for those with kidney disfunction/disease, bleeding disorders or those on blood thinners, with GI ulcers, and those allergic to NSAIDS such as ibuprofen, aspirin, and naproxen. Given only with medical clinic approval.
IV (add on) or intramuscular (IM). $27
Zofran. Good for: nausea and/or vomiting. Ondansetron, aka Zofran, a very common anti-nausea medication often used in Emergency Departments and in oncology. Well tolerated and typically without sedation and minimal side effects.
With clinic medical approval. IV or oral. $17
Hyaluronic acid is injected into arthritic joints to help with pain and function and in hopes of putting off joint replacements. Hyaluronic acid is one of two components that make up synovial fluid and, thus, the injections are literally replacing lost nutrients due to aging, arthritis, and other damage. It is FDA approved for the knee. Must have a clinic appointment before injections or prior approval.
$699 for 3 injections: all inclusive--meaning services and supplies included.
Steroid injections are used in arthritic joints, tendon nodules or tendinitis areas such as tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis, and into the shoulder or knee joint. Steroids are used to decrease inflammation and pain.
Must have a clinic appointment beforehand or prior approval. $179
Trigger point injections use a small amount of sterile water and/or lidocaine, a local numbing agent, placed directly into a muscle or the "knot" to break up the muscle spasm. These are very effective in the back and neck area, but can be used in multiple locations around the body where there is tension and pain.
$59 per muscle (up to 4 shots).