Last updated on April 26, 2023
What is IV Therapy?
Also called drip therapy or vitamin drips, IV therapy was pioneered in the 1950’s by Dr. John Myers as a medical treatment for fatigue, migraine headaches, muscle spasms, asthma, and allergies, sinusitis, and upper respiratory infections. Because IV (IntraVenous) and IM (IntraMuscular) therapy relieves a number of conditions and restores depleted fluids and nutrients, it serves as a valuable treatment for athletes, people undergoing or recovery from surgery, those with chronic illness or fatigue, people who have hit a plateau with weight loss, and anyone wanting to improve their overall wellness, energy levels and skin health.
Too often, daily demands, stress, illness, processed foods and lifestyle choices can deplete the body’s natural resources, vitamins and minerals. Even with a healthy diet full of fruits and vegetables, the body absorbs less than half the nutrients it takes in, but with Aqua Med IV therapy, you can restore energy, immunities and overall wellness at the cellular level with up to 400% more absorption.
Used to treat nutritional deficiencies for more than half a century, IV vitamin drips replenish nutrients so the body can heal itself, stay focused, look younger and sustain long-term health. Aqua Med IV offers FDA-regulated formulas developed by licensed chemists and pharmacists and administered by medical professionals in clinical settings using the highest safety protocols available. Consistently, our patients report that after just one treatment, they feel as good as they look!
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