Infuse your life with restorative nutrients.
The IV infusions and injections have vitamins and minerals found naturally in the body or in the foods we eat every day. These therapies promotes a healthy lifestyle for long term well-being.
What is Myers’ Cocktail?
Myers’ cocktail helps promote healing and helps restore energy and vitality, through a infusion of:
After a treatment patient can feel increased energy, boost in mood, perkiness, and pain relief. Patients may notice firmer facial tissue and a healthy glow to the skin. That is why the Myers’ cocktail is also known as a “vacation-in-a-bag”.
How long is the process/what all does it involve?
During a Myers’ cocktail procedure, a small catheter is inserted into a vein. The solution is administered slowly, usually over a period of 50 to 60 minutes. Treatment is generally once a week for a period of four weeks. Once this initial regimen is done, therapy is undergone one or two times monthly, depending on the need of the patient.
What are the benefits from Myers’ cocktail?
It has benefits for a wide range of clinical conditions. Myers’ cocktail has been found to be beneficial for
Vitamin C Injections
What are the benefits of Vitamin C injections?
Many people take Vitamin C for general health, treat colds, boost immune system, encourage collagen growth, lower hypertension, and guard against heart disease.
Vitamin C injections can also be used for wound healing, weight loss and improve effectiveness of chemotherapy and reduce side effects
How often should patients receive a Vitamin C injection?
To treat Vitamin C deficiency, it is recommended injections are given once daily for up to a week.
For wound healing, it is recommended injections be given once daily for 5 to 21 days.
For other uses, injections may be given daily or as needed
Possible side effects and precautions?
Common side effects include:
Heartburn, upset stomach or nausea, and diarrhea.
Contact the doctor if you have:
Joint pain, weakness or tired feeling, weight loss, stomach pain, chills, fever, severe pain in the side or low back increased urge to urinate or painful or difficult urination, or blood in urine.
Emergency medical help is needed if the patient has:
Hives, difficult breathing, swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat.
Vitamin B12 Injections
What is Vitamin B12?
Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin, that plays a vital role in brain function and the production of red blood cells.
Low levels of Vitamin B12 have been linked to:
These factors can increase the chance of developing Vitamin B12 deficiency:
Common side effects include:
Pain, redness or itching at the injection site and mild diarrhea
Side effects needing immediate medical attention:
Muscle cramps, irregular heartbeat, unusual weakness or tiredness or swelling of the ankles or feet
Rare side effects that require emergency intervention:
Itching and swelling of the face, throat or tongue, difficulty breathing, dizziness, sudden vision changes, or slurred speech
Patients much always inform their doctor about all prescription and over-the-counter medications they are taking and any medical conditions they have before receiving a B12 injection.
What is IV Hydration?
Intravenous hydration provides the fluid that the body needs when a person cannot take enough fluids by mouth.
What is the process?
Normal Saline is given from a bag connected to an intravenous line. The process takes about 45min to 1hr.
Are there any possible complications?
What should the patient watch out for?