Your customized IV treatment will come in a small, medium or large bag of either normal saline or sterile water and contain a combination of the following based on your specific medical history, health concerns and health goals:
Vitamin A. Vitamin B1. Vitamin B2. Vitamin B3. Vitamin B5. Vitamin B6. Vitamin B12. Vitamin C. Vitamin D. Vitamin E. Vitamin K1. Biotin (aka vitamin B7). Folic acid.
Calcium. Chromium. Copper. Magnesium. Manganese. Selenium. Sodium. Strontium. Vanadium. Zinc
Acetylcysteine. Alanine. Arginine. Aspartic acid. Glutamine. Glutamic acid. Glycine. Histidine. Isoleucine. Leucine. Lysine. Methionine. Molybdenum. Ornithine. Phenylalanine. Proline. Serine. Taurine. Threonine. Tryptophan
Glutathione. Viscum album (Mistletoe).
Step 1: Complimentary 15 min Discovery Call/Meeting
Contact me to make an appointment for a complimentary 15 min discovery call/meeting to discuss whether IV vitamin therapy would be right for you.
Or you can skip immediately to step 2 if you already know that you want to try IV vitamin therapy.
Step 2: First Steps
Make an appointment for your initial IV consultation with me and get a copy of your most recent blood work to bring into your appointment.
note: If you’re already a patient of one of our family doctors at Adelaide Health Clinic, you don’t have to worry about this because I’ll be able to obtain access to your blood work through your file with the clinic.
During your first IV visit, we’ll sit down to discuss your full medical history, current medical concerns and your health goals. We’ll also thoroughly discuss your most recent blood work and a complaint oriented physical exam will be done.
I’ll then create a customized IV vitamin treatment for you and compound it right on the premises. You’ll then sit back and relax for 30-60 minutes, depending on the type of IV treatment you’re getting and how “good” your veins are. Most of my patients find this time quite relaxing and will take a quick snooze, get some work done or enjoy some quiet/TV time.
Step 3: Next Steps
Depending on your specific case, your follow up IV treatment will be scheduled for 1 to 8 weeks later, during which we’ll reassess to determine if and when you need to have a subsequent follow up IV appointment.
Step 4: Maintenance
I always tell my patients that they are the ones who will then let me know when they need to come in. Most of my patients who are on a “maintenance schedule” come in for an “IV tune up” every month, every quarter or every 6 months. The frequency depends on each patient’s individual medical condition and health goals.