Injection therapy is the administration of vitamins directly into the muscle or subcutaneous tissue.
The vitamins are given in liquid form at single dosages specific to the needs of the individual. The vitamins are administered via syringe and needle to the deltoid, abdomen, thigh or gluteus.
Nutrients used in injection therapy can include:
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin D
- Folic acid
The number of injections needed completely depends on the condition being treated. Visits are short and take approximately 5-10 minutes. Initial treatments are typically performed weekly or biweekly for the first 4 to 8 weeks depending on the degree of nutrient deficiencies and vitamins being injected. Later treatments can be spaced out to bi-weekly or monthly depending on your progress.
Blood testing is used to assess your vitamin levels and can be completed prior to receiving injection therapy and periodically after to monitor your levels.
Injection therapy can treat a variety of health conditions including:
- Neurological pain (Multiple Sclerosis, Sciatica, Parkinson’s)
- Chronic Pain (Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue)
- Cognitive Health (Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Concussion)
- Mental Health (Anxiety/Depression)
- Weight gain
- Wound Repair (Pre/Post Surgery)
- Fertility (Egg Quality)