IV Therapy

The word “chelation” is derived from the Greek word “chele” meaning claw.  EDTA is a molecule that wraps itself around a toxic molecule, inactivates it, and removes it via the urine.  Toxic chemicals, accumulated in the body over the years, accelerate ageing and disease.

Intravenous vitamin and nutrient drips are utilised to support the body during times of stress, exhaustion and acute or chronic illness.  The dosage of vitamins and minerals are modified according to each patient’s needs.

Intravenous treatment supports the immune system delivering anti-oxidants to treat infection or fatigue.

This treatment method administers vitamins, amino acids, minerals, anti-oxidants and nutrients directly into the bloodstream via an IV line allowing a higher dose to be given.  The nutrients enter the cells bypassing the liver, allowing for higher absorption.

Intravenous treatment can be used to treat conditions such as:

  • Magnesium deficiency
  • Adrenal fatigue
  • Migraines
  • Cancer
  • Skin conditions
  • Inflammation
  • Depression
  • Influenza
  • Cognitive impairment
  • Heart conditions
  • Pre and post-surgery care

Intravenous therapy accomplishes the following:

  • Removes toxic heavy metals from the body
  • Removes excessive and abnormal amounts of calcium and iron from the body
  • Replenishes vital minerals like magnesium
  • Reduces free radical oxidative stress damage to cells, tissues and organs
  • Promotes the repair of damaged cells
  • Prevents and reverses the formation of vascular plaque
  • Improves immune system function against abnormal cells and infections
  • Improves blood circulation and oxygenation
  • Boosts energy levels
  • Hydrates your skin
  • Boosts metabolism
  • Aids athletic performance and recovery
  • Significantly promotes anti-ageing of the entire body

IV Therapy is extremely safe (even in children) and effective.

IV’s are always administered by a trained registered nurse under doctor supervision and the treatment can last up to an hour.

Cost is dependent on the type and number of treatments required.