Can IV Therapy Improve My Health?

From treating migraines to boosting your immune system, IV therapy is something more people are turning to in order to improve energy levels, improve chronic fatigue conditions, and even battle depression.

How Does IV Therapy Work – and Why Is It More Effective than Taking a Supplement

When you take supplements, a portion of the vitamin or mineral is not absorbed. It is either broken down during digestion too quickly or not able to be absorbed through the stomach. By bypassing the digestive system and delivering the vitamins and minerals intravenously, you receive a more potent dose of the vitamins directly into your blood stream, where they can work more quickly. This higher absorption rate – approximately 90% – of vitamins ensures that you get the full benefit of their properties.

What Can IV Therapy Treat?

Many patients who come to Complete Neurological Care for IV Therapy for Headaches. We use IV therapy to eliminate refractory headaches or migraines. The IV drugs used may consist of magnesium, steroids, Keppra, Depakote, or Toradol. However, we also offer IV Vitamin Therapy, which are a multi-vitamin infusion used intravenously helps address chronic fatigue syndrome, improve energy levels, and reduce symptoms of fatigue. IV Vitamin Therapy has been used to treat muscle pain, fibromyalgia, allergies, and infections.

What Kind of Vitamins Are in the IV Therapy?

IV vitamin therapy can be customized for the patient and may include:

If you’re suffering from headaches, fatigue, pain or another condition, contact us today for IV vitamin therapy treatment. Complete Neurological Care has 7 convenient locations in Queens, Downtown Manhattan, Midtown Manhattan, Long Island, Upper West Side, the Bronx, and New Jersey. Our expert neurologists offer the skills and technology necessary to diagnose and treat your neurological concerns.

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