IV Vitamin Drip

Nutraceutical Infusion

IV Vitamin DripNutraceutical/Vitamin Intravenous Infusion(s)


Infusion IV- Is placed through a vein for optimal Absorption.

Myers Cocktail IV Infusion variations depending on patients health goals.

Treatment:  Approximately 25-45 minutes.   Solutions vary Dosage/Contents: Sterile Water Ml,  Myers Cocktail   Ascorbic Acid (vitamin C), Pyridoxine (B-6), Pantothenate (B-5), Cyanocobalmin (B 12), B-Complex, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Bicarbonate

Benefits Of Vitamin C       :Benefits of B-Vitamins, Thiamine (B-1)  Increase Enzyme activation, Pantothenic Acid (B5) , Other’s in the B-Complex  Stimulates Adrenal function
May help nervous system regeneration (myelin Sheath)
Aids in pre-osteoblast, Formation Mega Vitamin C-Mag Chloride, Sodium Bicarb, Folinic Acid, Hydroxo B12, MethylB12, Pyridoxine Pyridoxal-5-phosphate, Dexpanthenol, Thiamine, Selenium, Zinc Chloride, Biotin, Riborflavin-5-Phosphate, B-Complex+C, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Vitamin E

Party Girl Drip
Types of Myers (IV Vitamins, Amino Acids, etc. Infusion)
Immuno booster – Includes vitamin C and zinc to boost the immune system for those feeling vulnerable to colds and flu.
Vitality booster – High-dose boost of vitamins to give instant ‘pick-me-up’
Meta booster – Designed for those hoping to lose weight. It has vitamin B and carnitine, which help speed up metabolism.
Stress buster – This blend containing vitamin B is designed to cut anxiety and be calming
Power boost – A boost for those facing a high pressure week or hectic series of meetings.
Skin, Hair Helper repair This mixture has the vital nutrients for hair skin nails, Calcium, Biotin, B’s and VitC.

 

Chelation Therapy

How Does Chelation Therapy Work?
Chelation involves the intravenous administration of a powerful antioxidant called ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA). EDTA enters the bloodstream and latches onto heavy metals such as lead, iron, and cadmium that can cause free radical damage to the arteries. By binding to these heavy metals and carrying them out of the body through the urine, EDTA reduces the body’s toxic metal burden and helps slow the process of atherosclerosis.  EDTA also removes excess calcium from artery walls, making them more responsive and better able to dilate. Since calcification of the arteries is a major reason in atherosclerosis, this is yet another way in which chelation restores the integrity of arteries and enhances blood flow. As an added benefit, EDTA chelation has blood-thinning effects and discourages the formation of potentially dangerous blood clots that can cause a heart attack or stroke.
How long are treatments? Some lasts one-and-a-half  to two hours, you relax or use computers, phones,etc. while EDTA is administered slowly through an IV. A complete course of EDTA chelation therapy consists of about 25-30 treatments, usually done one to three times per week.
What Conditions Benefit From Chelation?   Virtually any condition in which atherosclerosis or poor circulation are contributing factors can benefit from chelation. Here is just a partial list:   Cardiovascular disease, Cerebrovascular disease, Diabetic complications, Heavy metal toxicity, Hypertension, Intermittent claudication, Memory disorders, Peripheral neuropathy, Peripheral vascular disease, Slow healing wounds.

OUR  PURPOSE:  MISSION HEALTHCARE STATEMENT:

At East West Physicians, we make it our goal to educate our patients to have the knowledge they need to make informed healthcare decisions.  For optimal realistic healthcare goals.

 

Call and ask about our Free Workshops on wellness programs.   Many other types of IV therapy are available .


FEES:   Medical office visit and labs necessary for Chelation only.  Initiation Fee Needed for MD and Labs.
(1) for $130.00  session:     (4) For $400.00    (10) for $890.00   (15) For $1,325
$15 per ML of added Nutraceutical Vitamin(s)



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