What are the types of IV infusions?
The team at Remedy Pain Solutions customizes the contents of your intravenous drip based on your health history and needs. Following a comprehensive exam and initial consultation, they might recommend:
If you want to boost your immune system, consider an immune drip. This IV infusion contains Zinc, B12, B complex, vitamin C, and magnesium. These nutrients fortify your body’s immune response, which can help you stay healthy even if you lead a busy lifestyle.
Following an immune drip, the vitamins and nutrients continue flowing through your bloodstream, allowing for long-term results.
If you regularly experience joint pain, mobility issues, or discomfort due to an injury or illness, consider an anti-inflammatory drip. This IV fusion contains B6, B complex, B12, glutathione, and magnesium. It’s designed to help your body combat inflammation, reducing swelling and irritation.
Following treatment, you can expect a significant reduction in uncomfortable symptoms and an improved outlook on your daily life.
If you have a chronic illness like heart disease or diabetes, or are feeling run down, exhausted, burned out, or overworked, Remedy Pain Solutions might recommend an antioxidant drip. This IV fusion contains Zinc, glutathione, B12, and taurine.
Antioxidants help protect your cells from free radicals, which are molecules that occur when your body breaks down food or is exposed to radiation or tobacco smoke.
Following an antioxidant drip, you feel energized and focused. You might also experience less anxiety, stress, and improved mental clarity.
If you’re suffering from depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder, or you regularly suffer from chronic pain, Remedy Pain Solutions might recommend a ketamine drip.
Ketamine is a prescription anesthetic. It provides long-lasting relief from feelings of stress and sadness and can help you have a more positive outlook by biochemically optimizing certain brain chemicals.
The team at Remedy Pain Solutions works with you to decide the best combinations and assortments of nutrients that’s best for you.
Are IV infusions safe?
IV infusions are safe and usually well-tolerated. You might experience some bruising or irritation where your provider inserts the IV, but this should subside within a day or two.
The RPS team monitors you throughout your IV infusion. If you feel lightheaded or nauseous at any time during treatment, don’t hesitate to let them know.
To learn more about IV infusions, schedule an appointment at Remedy Pain Solutions. Book a consultation online, or call the office today.