Restorative Medicine: How Often Should You Do IV Therapy

March 09, 2020
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New York, NY based Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy, along with the clinic’s lead doctor, Dr. Vladimir Alexeyenko, is reaching out to the community to share information on how IV Therapy works, how often it is safe to use it and the different IV Therapy types.

Vladimir Alexeyenko, MD prepares a slain bag with vitamins for patient. Here he is inserting the needle into the bag to inject vitamin c.

While IV Therapy has gained popularity over the past few years, a significant percentage of the population is still unsure of how this innovative type of restorative medicine works. Their lack of understanding of IV Therapy drives them away from using the popular treatment, which, unbeknownst to them, may be a solution to the ailments and discomfort that they have been troubled by.

"The most common inquiries we receive are with regard to how this treatment works and whether or not it is safe to use on a regular basis," says Dr. Alexeyenko. He adds that, along with the potential of reaching more people who stand to benefit from IV Therapy, questions of this nature prompted him and his staff to publish articles and videos exploring the field in more detail. He states that they wanted to prove that there is no mystery at all behind such procedures, and they believe that IV Therapy would be used by more people if the latter had the resources to learn more.

In one such article, the clinic attempts to explain what IV Therapy fundamentally consists of. The article states that these infusion therapies deliver nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and antioxidant compounds directly to the patient's bloodstream. The exact combination of nutrients depends on what a patient may need, and each infusion is fully customizable. These customizations are applied in accordance with the results of pre-treatment testing that the patient is required to undergo. Delivering these supplements directly into the patient's bloodstream means that the compounds and so on contained within become fully bioavailable to them, marking a significant improvement over the approximate 20% of bioavailability that is obtained through oral supplements. Learn more here: How Often You Should Do IV Therapy.

"This is a time-tested, safe and relatively painless medical procedure that is done in hospitals around the world every day, and it’s been that way for a long time," says Dr. Alexeyenko. "The only difference between their IV treatments and ours is the setting in which they are done in and what we put in the intravenous solution. We'll work with you to determine your needs. If you have any further concerns regarding your IV Therapy schedule, bring them up when you visit us, and we’ll do our best to allay any doubts you may have."

Dr. Alexeyenko states that there are many aspects to consider when it comes to whether or not it is safe to use an IV Therapy treatment regularly, adding that developing a treatment plan that is attuned to each and every patient is a crucial part of the process. This is typically done during a patient's first visit to the clinic where the doctor in charge will determine whether or not it is necessary to schedule weekly appointments. This is only done for patients who suffer from a chronic disease, with most patients choosing to space out their treatments two weeks apart once their nutrient levels are stabilized. This comes down to the patient's preference and goals, as some patients choose to schedule infusion therapy sessions monthly once they have achieved their desired results while others only seek treatment when they experience symptoms.

Dr. Alexeyenko administers an IV therapy treatment at his office in NYC. Here the patient relaxes in the lounge while receiving treatment.

"Effective communication is key when it comes to whether or not you need regular infusions, as your treatment plan will ultimately be customized for you as an individual," says Dr. Alexeyenko. He clarifies that it is difficult to suggest a schedule for recurring sessions before the patient's initial appointment.

The Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy center in New York offers different types of IV Therapy treatments, catering to the unique needs that each patient may have. This includes infusions of Vitamin C, NAD, Glutathione, Myers Cocktail Infusions and B12 Vitamins, among several other supplements.

The clinic's website includes further details on the benefits of IV Therapy, including detailed information on the benefits one can expect from treatments of this kind. Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy invites interested parties to reach out to them with any inquiries.

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About Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy:

Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy is a New York medical clinic created by Dr. Vladimir Alexyenko. The clinic specializes in iv therapy, iv infusion therapy, vitamin therapy, cleansing antioxidant drips, and immune booster injections.

Contact Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy:

Dr. Vladimir Alexeyenko
Restorative Medicine: IV Therapy
2 W 46th St Ste 806, Rm2
New York, NY 10036
(917) 994-9390

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