We offer a wide variety of intravenous drips and pushes. Our dedicated intravenous therapy room is staffed five days a week by a registered nurse and a licensed vocational nurse. The therapies we use have been developed over years of research and experience, for managing a number of medical conditions. Fees vary depending on the treatment recommended by your doctor.
Major Auto-Hemotherapy (MAH) And 10-Pass Ozone Therapy
It is also used to treat degenerative conditions such as macular degeneration. It may be used in combination with ultraviolet light therapy to treat infection and autoimmune disease. Six ounces (about 200 ccs) of blood are drawn then combined with heparin to prevent clotting. Two hundred ccs of ozone gas is added and lightly mixed. The blood is then reinfused into the patient.
The process takes 30–40 minutes, and has virtually no side effects. It is repeated twice a week or more in acute situations, and once a month for maintenance. Patients should be well-hydrated and well-fed before therapy. MAH is not recommended during pregnancy, or with recent myocardial infarction, active bleeding, hyperthyroidism, very low platelet count, or G6PD deficiency. Your doctor can go over this therapy with you in more detail. (Add 10-Pass data here)
Other IV Treatments
Other intravenous therapies are available and can be prescribed for a variety of other chronic conditions. Homeopathic additions for many different conditions can be included with several types of IV treatments at the doctor’s request. Specially designed formulas are currently used for a wide variety of conditions and treatments, including:
Amalgam (silver filing) removal
Viral or Bacterial Infection
Cognition and Mental Function
Chelation therapy involves the infusion of specific drugs, usually EDTA or DMPS, to remove heavy metals from the body. Lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, and aluminum are toxic to the body in milligram amounts. They may contribute to cardiovascular disease including heart attacks, heart failure and strokes, dementia and other neurological disorders including autism, diabetes, kidney disease and several forms of cancer. Because of their slow elimination, heavy metals may be stored in various body tissues for many years.
Because blood testing does not accurately assess body stores of heavy metals, we measure urinary excretion of these metals after giving a provocative dose of a chelating agent.
Chelation therapy, given as an infusion of vitamins and minerals and EDTA, has been employed for over fifty years as a treatment for cardiovascular disease. Patients receive an initial series of infusions, two or three times a week for a total of thirty treatments, thereafter once a month indefinitely as maintenance therapy.
A recent study revealed that chelation significantly reduced heart attacks in individuals with pre-existing heart disease, especially diabetics.
Aluminum has been implicated in Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. Arsenic contributes to diabetes, neuropathy and skin cancer. Lead causes brain damage, osteoporosis, renal disease and cataracts. Cadmium causes lung cancer. Mercury causes brain damage, chronic fatigue, heart damage and sterility.
Patients with early symptoms of these conditions, or concerns about them, especially those with occupational exposure to heavy metals such as dentists and automobile mechanics, should be tested with a 6-hour urine collection after DMPS and/or EDTA administration. We also test for heavy metals in children with autism.
Metallic joint implants may release toxic levels of cobalt and chromium into the blood stream. All individuals with these implants should be evaluated with a test dose of EDTA followed by urine collection for heavy metals.
A 62-year-old man with diabetes mellitus had cardiac bypass surgery 18 years ago, after balloon dilatation of a coronary artery resulted in a heart attack. Anginal symptoms (chest pain) later appeared, but he refused catheterization for fear of more complications. Instead he began chelation therapy, although at first he believed it was an unproven therapy. His angina resolved. Twice again over the next few years, angina recurred. He repeated chelation with good results each time, and declined cardiac catheterization. He continues chelation approximately every month, and has no current symptoms.
A 70-year-old man presented with exertional chest pains fourteen years ago. He has never had angioplasty, instead relying on chelation therapy to manage his symptoms, along with lifestyle changes. There has been no progression of disease, and his symptoms are minimal.
We have given thousands of these infusions to patients with a large variety of applicable situations. Immune drips contain high concentrations of vitamin C, B vitamins including vitamin B12 and folic acid, calcium and magnesium, trace minerals and glutathione, a powerful antioxidant and detoxifier.
We use immune drips to treat acute infections including upper and lower respiratory infections, chronic fatigue, emotional stress, preparation for and recovery from surgery, and patients receiving radiation and chemotherapy. Patients going for major elective surgery receive a series of immune drips both before and after the procedure. The drips reduce post-operative pain and speed healing.
A 50-year-old man was referred for surgical preparation by his cardiac surgeon. He had a history of dissecting aortic aneurysm. He was under treatment with very high doses of antihypertensive agents in advance of a major surgical procedure to replace his aorta with a graft. The surgery was a high-risk procedure, and the patient was weakened by the high doses of required medications. He received immune drips weekly for two months prior to the procedure, along with other supportive nutrients and hormones. He sailed through the surgery with no complications, and returned home in five days.