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What is IV Therapy?
Intravenous therapy (IV) delivers liquid substances directly into the vein. IV Therapy is the most effective way to replenish fluids that are lost from the body through sweating, bleeding, or other processes.
What does IV Therapy treat?
IV Therapy is used to hydrate the body, deliver vitamins and nutrients, and give the body the feeling of complete wellness. IV Therapy has been known to address such issues asfibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, dehydration, and training athletes.Other conditions that IV Therapy can treat include, but are not limited to:
IV Therapy rehydrates the body and a provides a boost of vitamins that refresh the skin, once again making it soft and supple. Fine lines and wrinkles fade. Skin becomes plump once more and gives off a youthful glow. Not only does IV Therapy give your outer body a much-needed boost, but a thirty to sixty-minute treatment with Dr. William Carvajal at his state-of-the-art medical facility will also raise energy levels and improves overall health.
The human body does not have to ability to make Vitamin C, so it must be obtained from the diet or from a supplement. Vitamin C is essential in collagen production, immune system activation, metabolism support and acts as a potent antioxidant, and there is no scientific evidence that large amounts of vitamin C exert any adverse or toxic effects.Vitamin C at high doses can also benefit patients with Lyme’s Disease and other inflammatory diseases.
IV Therapy for migraines not only makes the pain, and accompanying symptoms, go away quickly, it can also help prevent migraine flare-ups. Patients who suffer frequent migraines sometimes have a magnesium deficiency. With our IV Therapy, this mineral and others can be replenished for fast relief that lasts.
Having a low immune system makes it more likely to pick up other illnesses. By having IV Therapy to boost the levels of key vitamins in the body, you give your immune system the power to fight other ailments such as a cold or the flu.
If you are considering, IV Therapy:
1. Do your homework and know the risks. People on certain medications or with certain allergies may not be good candidates for IV Therapy.
2. Choose the provider of your IV Therapy wisely. Dr. William Carvajal, a double board-certified plastic surgeon, provides IV Therapy only after he has performed a thorough medical evaluation and has a full understanding of your medical history, medications, and allergies.
3. Have realistic expectations. If you choose IV Therapy, consider it to be a companion to good nutrition, regular exercise, and sufficient sleep.