Intravenous vitamin drips were created in 1950 by John Myers, MD, to deliver nutrients through the bloodstream (bypassing the digestive track for full vitamin absorption). The solution consists of vitamins and minerals, a "Myers Cocktail," which delivers a therapeutic dosage of vitamins—too large to be digested orally. An IV push is a one-time, rapid or slow injection of medication into the bloodstream used for a nutrient boost.
Vitamin drips and nutrient boost pushes are dispensed in our comfortable IV Therapy room after patients receive a consultation by our onsite physicians, who prescribe the proper IV therapy.
What do vitamin drips and nutrient boost pushes do?
IV therapy can be used to boost energy, cure a cold or correct a vitamin deficiency. Vitamin IV therapy is a healthy, safe practice that relieves multiple symptoms and promotes a patient's overall health. The therapy also helps with the treatment of patients who have or experience:
Patients are often amazed at the results of this therapy. This is a testament to the amazing power of the vitamin IV therapy approach and the modalities that support the body to regain balance, harmony and health. Click here to schedule an appointment with an SCNM physician or resident, or call 480.428.3232.