At Zen Dermatology, our goal is to help your skin glow from the inside out and the outside in. IV therapy can be customized to meet your specific needs and is an effective and easy way to leave you feeling better and glowing almost immediately!
What is IV Therapy?
IV therapy is the process of infusing fluids into the body via the veins.1 It is often used in hospital settings to rehydrate patients or as a way to get medications into the body.1 In more recent years, IV therapy has been used as a more efficient way to get vitamins, minerals, and nutrients into the body to boost mood, improve energy, recovery, performance, immunity, and skin health just to name a few.2 Continue reading to see if IV therapy at Zen Dermatology is right for you!
Who is IV Therapy Good for?
IV therapy is good for anyone who is experiencing2:
- Fatigue, low energy, and burnout
- Trouble sleeping and depleted states
- Dull skin and nutritional deficiencies
- Muscle soreness after workouts
- Gastrointestinal conditions (the US, Crohn’s, Celiac, SIBO, etc.)
- Anyone who needs a picks me up
- Anyone who wants to optimize their health
Who is IV Therapy Not Good for?
IV therapy is not recommended for patients who:
- Have liver and kidney disease
- Have unstable blood pressure, bleeding, or clotting disorders
- Are on certain heart medications
- Have a fear of needles
- Have an allergy to any of the ingredients used, especially shellfish
If you have any of these conditions, allergies, or are taking medications, please book a consultation with one of our expert holistic providers at Zen Dermatology to discuss alternative and equally effective options to improve your health.
Benefits of IV Therapy
There are many benefits of IV therapy some of which include2:
- Improved energy
- Anti-aging & glowing skin from the inside out
- Improved mood
- Better sleep & stress support
- Improved mental clarity
- Improved muscle recovery
- Weight management
- Metabolism support
- High concentration of antioxidants
- Direct nutrient absorption
For a full list of IV therapy benefits specific to your unique needs, call our office, and schedule a comprehensive holistic health visit with our expert staff.
What is the IV Therapy Process at Zen Dermatology?
- Schedule your IV therapy consultation
If you want to see if IV therapy is right for you, call our office and schedule an IV therapy consultation to go over your symptoms, how IV therapy can help, and if you are a good candidate for IV therapy.
- Get your bloodwork done
After your consultation, your provider will want to get bloodwork to make sure that your liver and kidneys are healthy and functioning well. Once your results are back and looking great, you will be scheduled for your in-office IV therapy treatment!
- Enjoy your treatment
On the day of treatment, we recommend you come in comfortable clothes and provide a urine sample to check your liver and kidneys again before your treatment. If everything looks great, you will be able to sit back, relax, and enjoy your IV treatment in our comfortable heated massage chairs. Treatment time can vary from 1 hour to 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Too Busy for an IV Treatment? Try our IM Energy Shots
If you don’t have time for a 1.5-hour IV drip, but want instant energy, don’t worry! Come on in for 5-minute energy shot in the muscle of your arm or buttocks to help with weight loss, metabolism, stress, sleep concerns, and an overall mood boost! This treatment doesn’t require blood work or urine tests. You can come in, discuss your concerns, see if you are a good candidate, and if you are, get your treatment in the office the same day! IM treatments can be done once or twice a week depending on your provider’s recommendations.
Call our office at 916-936-1231 and schedule an IV therapy consultation today to find out if IV or IM therapy is right for you!
- Waitt C, Waitt P, Pirmohamed M. Intravenous therapy. Postgrad Med J. 2004;80(939):1-6. doi:10.1136/pmj.2003.010421
Ather Ali, N.D., M.P.H., Valentine Yanchou Njike, M.D., M.P.H., Veronika Northrup, M.P.H., Intravenous Micronutrient Therapy (Myers’ Cocktail) for Fibromyalgia: A Placebo-Controlled Pilot Study. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.2009.247-257 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2894814/