Vladimir Alexeyenko, MD and Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy offer intravenous therapy and injections to restore the vitality and health of patients. This video answers the question, “how does IV therapy work?”.
How does IV therapy work?
IV therapy works similarly to the IV drips you might get during a hospital stay but is different in many ways. For one thing, the site of insertion must be sterile, just like with a flu shot or vitamin booster. However, there is no need for a client to lay down, wear a weird gown, or be pushed around on a gurney. Hospitals, being as busy as they are, tend to host lots of germs and bacteria. An IV therapy salon or clinic is different. These are small salon-like clinics that are kept clean and comfortable.
The solution will be carefully selected or customized by a licensed physician who has experience in IV treatments. This is always the safest option. While it is common, this procedure should still be supervised by a licensed medical doctor.
Both physicians and certified medical assistants can set up your drip. This is a matter of inserting a thin needle into the vein, and adjusting the flow of the drip to suit the circumstances. Some drips can be administered quickly, but depending on the nutrient or medication, all drips should be monitored carefully by a supervising physician.
Clients might feel lightheaded or get tunnel vision for a minute or two. There may be slight swelling where the needle goes in. These reactions are rare, and typically very mild when they do occur. Still, it’s best to have a medical doctor on hand to answer questions and monitor vitals.
Learn More About How IV Therapy Works
Learn more about IV therapy and Vladimir Alexeyenko, MD by visiting the website for the medical clinic https://vladimiralexeyenkomd.com/. To schedule IV therapy consultation with Dr. Alexeyenko call the office at (917) 994-9390.