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What is IV Infusion Therapy?

Intravenous infusion therapy can help in treating various medical conditions and can also boost the metabolism of healthy individuals. IV infusion is indicated to treat patients with many chronic conditions as well as for sportsmen and athletes who have an intense level of physical activity and have a higher level of nutritional requirements.

IV Therapy - Intravenous Vitamin & Nutrient Infusion Therapy


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IV Spotlight: Chelation Therapy and Heavy Metal Detoxification

By Dr. Mohammad Shegeft, ND


Heavy Metal Chelations using EDTA

Ethyl Diamine Tetraacetic Acid (EDTA) was developed in Europe in the first half of the last century for use in industry and water purification (removal of lead).  445 more words

Alpine Integrated Medicine

Orange County's First IV and Injection Clinic | The Hydration Room

Orange County’s First IV and Injection Clinic

Established in December 2014 by board certified Anesthesiologist Dr. Florie, DO, MD, The Hydration Room successfully integrates both allopathic and… 79 more words

Alternative Medicine

Why using intravenous therapy

They are medical solutions that help the body get rid of those toxins and maintain performance at its highest level.

It is essential to realize that body is accumulating free-radicals and peroxides naturally. 358 more words

Why using intravenous therapy

The IV drips for athletes are doctor-formulated solutions to acquire eliminate those toxins and also keeping your speed and agility with the highest level.

To be honest our body starts accumulating free radicals and peroxides in a natural way that strongly impact the immune system along with other cells like those who are in the brain, as an example. 313 more words

Does IV therapy really cure hangovers? 

Listen, we’ve all over done it. Took that whole party like a rock star thing a little too seriously. I may or may not have just overdone it this past Sunday… 247 more words

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