IV Therapy

What is IV Therapy?

Your body naturally creates, or you ingest the vitamins and minerals we administer, but factors such as stress, sickness and exercising can deplete our vitamin reserve. Intravenous vitamin therapy is a safe, medically approved process of replenishing your reserves by administering vitamins and minerals directly into the bloodstream, for pure absorption. IV vitamins bypass the digestive system and there are no negative side effects.

How does it work?

You will first discuss this treatment with the Doctor in a separate consultation and sign a consent form should you be happy to move forward with the treatment. An IV will be administered by the Doctor and depending on the dosage the treatment may take between 30 and 45 minutes. Once the IV treatment is done you will be refreshed and on your way without any downtime.

What results can I expect?

Patients can feel results almost immediately or not at all after their first treatment, but this all depends on the patient. The results are cumulative and get better over a course of treatments. The effects typically last four weeks, depending on various factors.

Is it safe?

IV vitamin therapy is safe when administered by a registered Doctor after a consultation and if you do not have any contraindications.

Contra-indications:

Severe kidney dysfunction

Pregnancy

Heart diseases 

How often should I do IV Therapy?

We recommend a course of treatments at weekly intervals (depending on Doctors consultation) and then maintenance treatments every 2-3 Months following the completed course.

Contact us through our enquiry form (left on screen) or send us an e-mail to info@theaestheticscentre.co.za  

DISCLAIMER

*Results may vary per individual on all treatments and products. **The testimonials given are those of the clients and pertain to the results that they obtained and that each individual's results and opinions will still vary. ***The information on this website and specific page is not meant to diagnose any condition or provide conclusive treatment options for a given condition. The final decision on such treatments can only be made after a full history is obtained in person and a physical examination is done as part of a consultation in person. The information contained in this communication is confidential and may be legally privileged.
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