Fatigue, digestive issues, and dry skin are telltale signs of vitamin deficiencies. At Broadway Healthcare: Kathleen Broderick Logan, FNP, in North Reading, Massachusetts, board-certified family nurse practitioner Kathleen Logan, FNP, offers IV therapy to deliver vitamins and nutrients directly into your bloodstream for fast results. Call or schedule an appointment online today to learn more about IV therapy.
Intravenous (IV) therapy delivers vitamins, minerals, and nutrients directly into your bloodstream through a needle. The needle attaches to a fluid bag that slowly releases your customized treatment into your body. Kathleen and the team can personalize multiple vitamins and minerals to replenish your body’s nutrients. IV therapy provides results that you can feel right away.
IV therapy offers many benefits for individuals looking for a fast, effective way to take in vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. Benefits of IV therapy include:
When you take an oral supplement or eat food, these nutrients must travel through your entire digestive system. That process can take up to 42-72 hours. Along the way, these nutrients lose their potency. IV therapy allows for instant delivery of these nutrients, so you can reap their benefits right away.
Nutrients that travel through the digestive system can irritate any part of your digestive tract. IV therapy bypasses the entire digestive system, so you’re less likely to experience digestive discomfort.
When you’re dehydrated, you need electrolytes to replenish your body. Drinking electrolyte-infused drinks aren’t always enough to hydrate your body if you need fluids right away.
IV therapy can treat numerous health and wellness concerns. Kathleen and the team may recommend IV therapy to:
A consultation with the team may help Kathleen pinpoint your areas of concern to find the appropriate IV treatment for you.
Along with IV therapy, Kathleen and the team offer vitamin injections. These injections deliver vitamins into your muscles, usually through your arm or buttocks. Vitamin injections take longer to enter your bloodstream than IV therapy. However, their effects may last longer. During your initial consultation, Kathleen and the team can recommend the best delivery method for you.
To learn more about IV therapy, call Broadway Healthcare: Kathleen Broderick Logan, FNP, or schedule an appointment online today.