Dr. Carson Ling

Julie Ling ˙ RN

Dr. Michael Noel

Frequently asked questions

The best candidates for IV therapy are individuals who are looking to keep their health running at an optimal level. IV nutrients give your body the tools it needs to feed the cells, boost the immune system, and help excrete toxins. Each IV solution is specialized and tailored to achieve a specific goal.

The treatment is not recommended for individuals suffering from congestive heart failure or severe renal disorder. As with all treatments, please consult your doctor before proceeding.

Glutathione is a super-antioxidant that occurs naturally in the liver. Toxins that enter our body deplete our glutathione reserves, thus hindering the body’s ability to keep it cleansed.

Glutathione is capable of preventing damage to important cellular components caused by reactive oxygen species such as free radicals, peroxides, lipid peroxides, and heavy metals. Glutathione helps decrease inflammation and fatigue, support liver detoxification, and increase immune function. The effects of glutathione can be seen beyond the cellular level and is even known to provide a brighter and more vibrant complexion.

Each treatment varies in length, though most come out to roughly 45 minutes. Treatment time depends on the volume being infused, the patient’s tolerance, and the venous access the nurse is able to establish. The bigger the venous access, the faster the infusion.

There is no downtime associated with IV therapy. Patients are free to resume regular activity as soon as treatment is complete.

Yes! However, it is important to understand this is not some miracle “cure-all.” What IV therapy can provide is the direct infusion of nutrients to your bloodstream. Bypassing the GI (gastrointestinal) tract means 100% bioavailability. IV therapy is most effective coupled with the maintenance of an overall healthy lifestyle.

Vitamin B12 and glutathione can provide immediate results. However, not all nutrients work in the same fashion. Some results may take longer to become apparent. The speed in which an individual sees or feels the effects of IV therapy is dependant on natural variations in how different bodies function.

Result longevity depends on the type of IV therapy used, as well as each individual’s unique body and experience.

The cost of IV therapy ranges from $98-$198 per session, depending on the chosen formula.