IV Vitamin &
Nutrient Therapy

Benefit of IV therapy

When vitamins and nutrients are administered intravenously, they infuse directly into the blood stream bypassing the GI tract and processing by liver. This allows for higher levels of these substances to circulate and nourish the cells, tissues and organs throughout the body. Our IV treatments generally take 45 minutes to 1 hour to complete. Prior to receiving IV treatments, Dr Fialk will consult with you to determine if treatments are safe and appropriate for you, as well as to discuss which of the following IV vitamin and nutrient formulas may be tailored to your individual needs.  

Replenish: A blend of vitamin C, B vitamins and essential minerals

Vitality: A boost of B-vitamins and amino acids to re-energize your system 


Immune defense: Combination of vitamin C, zinc, and B vitamins to help prime your immune system.

Calm: A balanced blend of magnesium and calcium with specific B vitamins to relax your body and mind. 


Recovery and performance: A comprehensive formula consisting of vitamin C, B-vitamins, an essential mineral blend and an amino acid blend to help your body function optimally. 


Glutathione is an important nutrient involved in detoxification and acts as a powerful systemic antioxidant. Glutathione is often depleted by toxin exposures (such as mold and heavy metals) and chronic inflammatory conditions.


Glutathione can be received on its own or added to any of our IV treatments.

B12 shots

Whether you are looking enhance your energy levels, athletic performance, or to manage your B12 deficiency or supplement your diet, vitamin B12 injection can help. 


Delivered intramuscularly (IM), Vitamin B12 injection is absorbed systemically for immediate effects and gives you a boost of energy that lasts. Vitamin B12 shots can also aid your body in regulating your sleep, mood and appetite cycles. 

"Health is more than just the absence of disease; it is a vital dynamic state which enables a person to adapt to, and thrive in a wide range of environments."
- Iva Lloyd, ND