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IV Therapy

Dealing with the daily pain and stiffness of arthritis is a grind. To help, an area of our treatment offerings at TruWell Health is the direct infusion of various nutrients and other components that help alleviate pain and provide anti-inflammatory benefits. We call it IV therapy for arthritis, and we have a number of different infusion offerings.

What are IV infusions?

Our IV treatments are usually part of the overall Advanced Arthritis Relief Protocol, a comprehensive non-surgical treatment program conducted by our physicians at TruWell Health. These infusions deliver nutrients directly into the bloodstream. These solutions contain nutrients, electrolytes, and other components that hydrate the joints and the whole body, along with delivering various anti-inflammatory benefits.

What benefits can arthritis sufferers get from IV therapy?

At TruWell Health, our IV treatments offer these benefits for our arthritis patients:

Beyond these specific arthritis benefits, our IVs also provide these overall benefits:

What happens during an IV therapy session?

At TruWell Health, we have a relaxing atmosphere where we provide our IV therapy. This all is part of our holistic approach to the health of our patients. Our trained staff easily gets your IV started and then you can listen to music, watch videos, surf the net, or even take a nap. Your infusion takes around 45-60 minutes.

Interested in direct infusion of nutrients to help with your arthritis pain and stiffness? Call us at TruWell Health, (727) 440-5410, and ask about our IV therapy.

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