At Allied Medical Aesthetics, you have access to intravenous (IV) therapy to help boost your energy levels, weight-loss results, and overall wellness. To learn more, call the office or make an appointment online today.
Allied Medical Aesthetics is currently in the process of bringing IV therapy to the office to support their patients' well-being with a fast, highly effective treatment.
IV therapy works by delivering what your body needs directly to your bloodstream. Whether you're dehydrated, getting over an illness, preparing for a big presentation at work, or simply looking for a way to feel your best, IV therapy can deliver.
At Allied Medical Aesthetics, your IV therapy is tailored to you. The solution in your IV includes whatever your body needs, including specific vitamins and minerals in which you're deficient. Receiving these micronutrients via an IV is much more efficient than getting them from foods because, with IV therapy, none of the nutrients are lost during the digestive process.
Talk with your Allied Medical Aesthetics provider about your wellness goals and they can tailor a treatment program to you. For example, if you want to lose weight, lipotropic injections are typically recommended once or twice a week. You get the injection in your glute or deltoid muscle.
Similarly, you might get IV therapy regularly to help you feel your best. Or you might choose it periodically to accomplish a specific purpose, like preparing for a big vacation or helping yourself recover from a lingering illness. The therapy itself usually takes an hour or less, during which you relax as the fluid enters your bloodstream.
If you're curious about how these treatments can help you toward your wellness goals, don't hesitate to call Allied Medical Aesthetics or book a visit online.
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