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Vitamin infusion therapy helps patients maximize their health and ensure their body gets the nutrients it needs to perform its best. At Image Revolution Health and Wellness in Randolph, New Jersey, Shumaila Alam, MD, and Matthew McGuire, MD, use vitamin infusion therapy to help patients overcome everything from dehydration to chronic fatigue syndrome. To find out if vitamin infusion therapy is right for you, call the office or request your appointment online today!
Vitamin infusion therapy is a treatment that delivers infusions of vitamins and minerals intravenously. Vitamin infusion therapy provides vitamins and minerals directly to the bloodstream and is more effective than traditional oral supplements.
Having the right balance of nutrients is essential to the overall health and function of your body. Vitamin infusion therapy is used to address several common concerns, including:
Nutrient deficiency impacts your performance and makes it difficult for your body to heal and cope with various conditions. Treatments help boost your immune system, increase your energy level, and restore a healthy appearance to your skin. Vitamin infusion therapy is a quick and simple way to provide your body with essential nutrients.
At Image Revolution Health and Medical Spa, Dr Alam and Dr McGuire will tailor a vitamin drip for your needs. We offer a drip for diet and detox, energy boost, aches and pain, and a cosmetic drip that will go well with other procedures we offer.
Vitamin infusion therapy is an effective treatment with a wide range of uses. Many patients use vitamin infusion therapy to rehydrate after an intense sporting event. Other patients use treatments to manage conditions like chronic fatigue and migraines.
During your consultation, you and your doctor discuss your health, medical history, and desired outcome. The type of infusion you receive is based on your health and individual needs. At Image Revolution Health and Wellness, all infusions are performed by one of the experienced physicians. Although vitamin infusion therapy is a low-risk procedure, receiving treatments from someone who is unlicensed or inexperienced can leave you at risk for infection or other adverse reactions.
During the treatment, your doctor disinfects the injection site and then inserts the IV catheter through a vein in your arm. The catheter is then attached to the IV bag containing your infusion. Vitamin infusion therapy is a quick and easy treatment, typically lasting no more than 30 minutes. Many patients begin to feel the effects of the treatment while they’re still in the office.
To learn more about the benefits of vitamin infusion therapy, book an appointment by phone or request one online today.