IV Infusion Therapy is the most efficient way to provide your body with the hydration, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids it needs to function at peak performance. Here at M Health and Beauty, we offer customized IV infusion and injectable treatments designed to help you look and feel your best. Whether you are just in need of short-term help from a recent illness, a long night on the town, or long-term assistance in treating chronic conditions.
Individuals who are in good physical health and do not have any underlying health conditions that could affect healing.
With so many kinds of vitamins and supplements available, IV therapy can deliver a range of health and wellness benefits, including but not limited to:
Some IV drips contain electrolytes and salts, while others contain sugars, vitamins, and antioxidants. Each cocktail differs depending on the health and wellness needs of each patient. The most common ingredients that go into IVs include:
Yes, IV therapy is very safe. All of our vitamins are FDA-approved and go through high levels of testing before they’re made available to our clients. All IV drips are administered by a licensed provider. Before any client receives IV therapy, we evaluate their health history to evaluate the safety of treatment.
Patients getting IV therapy rarely have any side effects. During your infusion, you’ll have a trained medical provider monitoring you. Possible after-effects can include slight soreness at the injection site and feelings of heat. Some vitamins and minerals, such as magnesium, are known to work as a vasodilator or expand blood vessels. As a result, the infusion may lower your blood pressure levels, causing light-headedness. If you have any of these signs, the provider will lower the rate at which the serum enters your body and will monitor you closely.
There are major contraindications to the use of IV infusion therapy. Although, some patients may be at higher risk of complications. IV infusion therapy should be avoided in patients who have:
Patients may experience these common side effects after treatment:
Your provider will start off with a full evaluation, and a shared decision will be made on how to proceed. You will sit in a comfortable reclining chair. Anesthetic ointment to numb the skin or injection of local anesthesia may be provided. An IV catheter is introduced into a vein, typically in the arm, using a small needle. This is then attached, and fluids are administered through the IV over 30-60 minutes.
There is minimal pain, and most patients do not require topical anesthetic.
Depending on the underlying reason for your IV infusion therapy, maintenance treatments may be needed for continued benefits.
Patients often combine IV therapy with other services here at M Health and Beauty. Talk to your provider about your aesthetic and health goals to set realistic expectations and design a complete treatment plan that may include more than one type of treatment, as well as recommendations on the timing and scheduling of various treatments.
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