I have been a nurse since 2005. I earned my Masters of Nurse Practitioner Degree in 2021 and immediately expanded my horizons into integrative health and wellness and aesthetics, becoming certified in IV Infusion and Injectables and Aesthetics and Botox.
I started my nursing career with a vision for helping people and a plan to make a difference; I still hold the same views while venturing away from the current culture of traditional medicine. As a nurse, I have seen first-hand the negative effects of disease caused by poor nutrition and a sedentary lifestyle. As a nurse practitioner, I believe wellness is a unique and personal path, which requires us to integrate multiple methods of treatment to obtain optimal health. My goal is to help people LOOK and FEEL their best whether they’re in their twenties or sixties.
Everything we feel and do relates to our well-being and directly affects our actions and emotions. In order to subdue stress, reduce illness, and ensure positive moments in your life, you must achieve optimal wellness.
Who Can Benefit From IV Therapy
People experiencing chronic fatigue, chronic viral infections, fibromyalgia, depression, anxiety, withdrawal symptoms, headaches, migraines, digestive conditions, people wanting a body to cleanse and detoxify, needing help with weight loss, or anyone living a stressful lifestyle. By increasing intracellular levels of nutrients, you may recharge your body systems in a way that oral supplementation cannot achieve.
Why Use IV Drips?
Unlike oral medication, IV Drips deliver vitamins and minerals directly into the bloodstream for fast absorption and more noticeable effects.
Absorption and transport of nutrients by mouth takes energy. Also, as people age, the ability to absorb nutrients decreases due to a gradual decrease in the secretion of gastric acid, and in turn, pancreatic enzymes are needed to break down food or supplements so that intestinal absorption can occur. IV micronutrient therapy is safe and relatively absent of adverse reactions since the infused substances are naturally occurring – and are essential nutrients required for the human body.