Naturopathic medicine blends science and medicine with natural treatment approaches. The treatment philosophy is based on 6 principles – (1) First, to do no harm; (2) Use the healing power of nature; (3) Treat the WHOLE person through individualized treatment; (4) Doctor as teacher; (5) Emphasize preventative medicine; and, (6) To identify and treat the root cause of your symptoms and illness.
Naturopathic medicine shines at chronic illness. Our goal is to find the root cause of the problem and not just suppress symptoms.
Naturopathic doctors generally spend one to one and a half hours on the first visit and thirty to forty-five minutes on follow up. We use this time to address a person in their entirety: call it mind, body and spirit, or whole-body medicine, but we treat you, not your disease.
Intravenous (IV) therapy is a fast and easy way to increase the concentration of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids in the bloodstream. A customized solution unique to every patient is injected into a vein in order to bypass intestinal absorption and processing by the liver. By doing this, we can ensure that 100% of these nutrients are getting utilized in the body when needed.
Benefits of IV therapy
- Guaranteed nutrient absorption
- Instant rehydration
- Fast delivery and results
- Customizable treatment
- Restores nutrient deficiencies
During an initial intake we will discuss your health concerns, symptoms, and medical history to make sure IV therapy is right for you. This treatment improves overall health and wellness and can help in both acute and chronic conditions. IVs are beneficial for many conditions including:
- Adrenal fatigue
- Burnout and high stress
- Athletic performance
- Digestion issues (Crohn’s, colitis etc.)
- Chronic fatigue
- Weight loss
- Colds and flus
- Skin health
If you are looking for a nutrient boost but do not have time for an IV, intramuscular (IM) injections are an alternative way to increase the concentration of nutrients in the body. IM injections deliver nutrients into the body by injecting them into the muscle.