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IV Infusion

Effectively treat anemia with this potent dose of intravenous iron and optional add-ons.

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Prevent and treat iron deficiency

Have you been more tired lately? Do you get more fatigued during workouts than you used to? Have you changed your diet to eat less meat? Have you been having digestive upset or changes? Have you had increased menstrual cycles or are you pregnant? Do you have a history of anemia or iron deficiency? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be iron deficient!

Our physicians will work with you to determine if you are anemic or iron deficient by reviewing your history and lab work. They can give you guidance on how to optimize your diet to overcome iron deficiency. When diet isn’t enough to raise your iron levels, we offer safe IV iron therapy to quickly and efficiently bring up your iron storage and help your body make healthy red blood cells.

Doctor Consultation Included

During your treatment you can consult with your physician about health questions. Our practitioners can give you individualized supplement and lifestyle recommendations to maximize your health.

Signs of Iron Deficiency

  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Weakness
  • Restless legs syndrome
  • Exercise intolerance
  • Exertional dyspnea
  • Shortness of breath
  • Pica / ice craving
  • Hair loss / thinning

Treatment Options & Duration

We offer two dose options and a variety of add-ons.

  • 100 mg dose* — 30 minutes
  • 200 mg dose* — 60 minutes

*Require CBC & Iron Panel lab tests on file.

Treat fatigue at the source

Common reasons our patients seek this treatment:

I have a history of iron deficiency and am low in energy.

Since become vegetarian or vegan I don't have the same energy.

I'm 6 months pregnant and my midwife has told me I'm too anemic to have a home birth.

I have Crohn's disease and am having a flare.

I'm exhausted since my periods have gotten heavier.

My doctor has put me on iron pills but they upset my stomach.

My legs feel heavy going up the stairs and I feel more easily winded.

My restless legs syndrome keeps me from sleeping well.

Symptoms and Causes of Iron Deficiency

  • Brain fog
  • Depression
  • Digestive upset
  • Dry skin
  • Exercise intolerance
  • Exertion dyspnea
  • Fatigue
  • Feeling faint
  • Hair loss / thinning
  • Headaches
  • Infections
  • Increased bleeding
  • Lightheadedness
  • Pale skin / nails
  • Pica/ ice craving
  • Pregnancy
  • Rapid heart rate
  • Restless legs syndrome
  • Shortness of breath
  • Unclear thinking
  • Weakness

Add-ons and lab testing

Complement your visit with potent add-ons and run convenient tests for smarter supplementation.

Add-ons

Fight fatigue and boost metabolism with this quick intramuscular injection that delivers a sustained energy release throughout the week. Provided in 5000mg doses.

This complete B vitamin family improves energy and increases cell function. Great for energizing you and for fighting chronic fatigue. Provided as a push in 3 mL doses.

Rapid relief and extra support against nagging nausea and vomiting. (Dosed by body weight and provided as IM injection or push.)

Liquid sunshine: Increase your vitamin D stores, fight fatigue, and boost immune response with this quick intramuscular injection. Provided in a 50,000 IU dose.

This extremely powerful antioxidant allows detoxification of unwanted cell build up, clarifies skin, and supports liver function. Provided in 1000 mg dose. (Please note: To maximize your treatment, Glutathione is not available with high-dose C above 10g.)

Lab tests

Screen for infections, anemia, and blood counts.

Kidney and liver checkup including electrolyte levels and hydration status. This test can tell you how well your body is processing fluid.

High-dose vitamin C screening test (for doses above 10g). A test result of normal value allows you to receive high dose vitamin C infusions with full confidence.

Test your vitamin D levels to know how much you should be supplementing this vitamin.

Know your iron status including your active iron and iron storage levels. This test helps you determine if you are at risk for becoming iron deficient or if you already are.

Test your thyroid related hormone levels (TSH, T3, T4) and antibodies for a complete thyroid picture.