Why Nutritional IV Therapy Might Be Right for You

Why Nutritional IV Therapy Might Be Right for You

Your body relies on nutrients to power your life. You do your best to optimize your dietary nutrient intake by eating plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables, and healthy sources of protein. However, nutrient deficiencies are common in American adults.

For a faster nutrient uptake than you get with nutritional supplements, try a nutritional IV! Intravenous (IV) infusion boosts your whole-body health and wellness within minutes, delivering vitamins, minerals, and amino acids directly to your bloodstream.

The team of infusion therapy experts at Iconic Infusions, PLLC provides nutritional IV treatment from state-of-the-art offices in Briarwood Hills and Fayetteville, North Carolina. Let our providers, under the leadership of board-certified anesthesiologist Dr. Bryant S. Edwards, guide you toward the right nutritional IV option for you.

Who can benefit from nutritional IV therapy?

Anyone who wants to boost their immune system and physical performance can benefit from nutritional IV therapy. This infusion treatment can also support the health and wellness of people with underlying health conditions, including chronic immune system disorders and systemic inflammation.

If you’ve been pushing your body to the max at play or at work, or if you struggle with sufficient nutritional intake for health-related reasons, a nutritional IV can be a great way to get your system the nutrients you need. A nutritional IV infuses your selected nutrient cocktail directly into your veins while you rest in comfort, getting you fast-acting systemic support.

Your energy boost results with nutritional IV therapy may be immediate, and you don’t need to worry about side effects beyond typical injection reactions, such as mild injection site discomfort. You can use multiple infusion sessions to fully rebuild from nutritional deficiencies.

Types of nutritional IV infusions

An additional position of IV nutrition supplementation is the flexibility of your treatment. It’s easy to customize the nutrient cocktail in your IV. We use pharmaceutical-grade ingredients custom ordered from 503B-certified Olympia Compounding Pharmacy in all of our nutrient cocktails.

At Iconic Infusions, PLLC, you can choose from a menu of options including:

Talk to the team at conic Infusions, PLLC about what course of nutritional IV infusion therapy could best support your health and wellness needs. We can review your personal health history, discuss symptoms or wellness goals, and even put together a customized treatment plan for you with safe and effective spacing for multiple infusion sessions.

Schedule your appointment over the phone today, or request your appointment online now.

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