Prolotherapy is an injection-based treatment that stimulates the body to repair damaged tissue, esp. ligaments, tendons and degenerated joints. Prolotherapy has been shown to improve joint stability, strengthen connective tissue and reduce pain from acute injures and chronic problems.
PRP is an injection based treatment hat stimulates the body to repair damaged tissue, esp. ligaments, tendons and degenerated joints. It involves taking a blood sample and extracting the growth factors present and then injection them into sites of injury or pain to stimulate the body’s own healing process.
Ozone therapy works by improving our cells’ ability to use oxygen for energy production. The clinic utility is far-reaching, including the treatment of infections, fatigue, auto-immune disorders, pain, fibromyalgia and many other conditions.
IV Therapy offers the delivery of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and botanicals directly into the bloodstream, where they need to be. This eliminates the need for digestion and absorption and bypasses breakdown by the liver to ensure that the body has full and immediate access to these nutrients.
Chelation therapy is used to bind to and eliminate toxic heavy metals from the body, including lead, mercury and cadmium. Chelation is also used in the treatment of atherosclerosis (heart disease) as an effective treatment for cleaning up plaque in the arteries, decreasing blood pressure and reducing risk of heart attack and stroke.
Some nutrients are difficult to absorb from meals or are absent in particular dietary choices. IM injections are a quick, generally painless, and effective means to boosting particular nutrients.
Genetic screening as a means to individualize therapy is a growing field of study. Since the completion of the Human Genome Project in 2000, it has become evident that our genes do not determine our health in an absolute sense for the majority of disorders.
Whether you’re looking to improve performance treat disease, lose weight or gain energy, quality supplements can accelerate the process. But, knowing what to take, which forms, how much and how often is the tricky part.
Laboratories are continually developing more accurate ways of detecting biochemical imbalances and, hence, having these results helps in pinpointing not just what is functioning incorrectly but also why it is happening.