Injection & Infusion Services

Nutrient injections can be used to quickly and efficiently correct common nutrient deficiencies by providing a high dose delivered into the muscle via an injection.

B12 injections can be used to support mental health and neurological health, decreased energy, and sleep problems.

Magnesium can be commonly depleted in highly stressed individuals. It can help treat tight muscles, restless leg syndrome, high blood pressure, and a host of other concerns.

IV Therapy:

We are also offering vitamin IV infusions. The Myers’ Cocktail is a mixture of vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, calcium, magnesium and vitamin C administered intravenously. This combination is used to increase blood concentrations of several nutrients faster and more efficiently than what is achieved by oral supplementation. It is a great treatment option for those suffering from GI disorders such as Crohn’s or ulcerative colitis, chronic pain conditions and fibromyalgia, stress and fatigue, immune support and for optimizing athletic performance.

Lyftoft Perineural Injection Treatment:

What is perineural injection treatment?

Perineural injection treatment, sometimes known as subcutaneous prolotherapy or neural prolotherapy, for pain relief is a new, effective form of pain treatment for pain in the knees, shoulders, neck, hips, ribs, low back and ribs. It is also great for tennis elbow, sciatica, tendonitis, fibromyalgia and many more conditions! This is a safe and effective treatment for painful conditions and was developed by Dr. John Lyftoft, who is a sports medicine doctor focussing in pain treatment.

How does it work?

The treatment involves small volume injections of 5% dextrose solution superficially under the skin using a very small needle after an accurate diagnosis is made as to the cause of the pain. The working hypothesis is that dextrose helps to repair inflamed nerves. These inflamed nerves under the skin are known to cause chronic pain conditions, also knowns as “neuropathic pain” or “neurogenic inflammation”. These small nerves are responsible for muscles, ligaments and tendons and when they are inflamed it prevents healing of these tissues.

Who can benefit from perineurial injection treatments?

People experiencing pain, chronic or acute can benefit from perineural injection. Even if you have been treated in the past with other injections, such as cortisone, or have had surgeries for pain inducing conditions, you can receive this treatment.

Most patients get pain reduction in as little as 1-2 treatments, others need 5-6 treatments.