Transform with IV Infusion Therapy

IV Infusion Therapy is a type of medical treatment that uses an intravenous (IV) catheter to deliver vitamins, minerals, nutrients, and medications directly into the bloodstream. It has become increasingly popular in recent years as it provides an efficient and effective way to treat a range of conditions. Immune System Booster IV infusions contain vitamins and minerals designed to boost the body's natural defense against viruses and infections.

By directly delivering high levels of vitamin C, magnesium, and zinc, an IV infusion can help reduce inflammation, improve immune cell activity, and activate natural antiviral compounds.

An Energy Booster infusion contains nutrients that increase energy levels, including B vitamins, carnitine, magnesium, and taurine.

Vitamin Infusion IV is an infusion of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients is used to increase energy and reduce fatigue, improve immunity, support cognitive health, and restore hydration. Vitamin infusions are especially beneficial for people who may not get enough nutrients through diet alone.

Glutathione IV is used to improve the skin's complexion by reducing age spots, lightening dark patches, and diminishing wrinkles. The infusion works by delivering glutathione, an antioxidant, to the bloodstream. Glutathione helps to remove toxins from the body and reduces oxidative stress, which is responsible for many of the signs of aging.

Hydration IV infusions are used to rehydrate the body after physical exertion or illness. By delivering a balanced mix of electrolytes, water, vitamins, and minerals directly into the bloodstream, a hydration IV can restore energy, improve cognitive function, and reduce muscle cramps and headaches.

Hangover IVs contain vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, and medications that can reduce symptoms of hangover such as headache, nausea, dehydration, and fatigue. Hangover IVs are designed to replenish the body after excessive drinking. Coenzyme Q10, also known as CoQ10, is an antioxidant that is essential for proper functioning of the body's cells. An infusion of CoQ10+IV helps to improve energy levels, enhance heart health, improve cognition, and boost the immune system.

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IV Infusion Therapy is the Best Treatment for You

  • If you are experiencing fatigue, anemia, or chronic pain.
  • Those with a compromised immune system or digestive system.
  • Patients with respiratory illnesses, such as COPD or emphysema.
  • People who are dealing with depression, anxiety, and mental health issues.

Embrace the Remarkable Benefits

  • The dose of vitamins and minerals delivered is monitored, ensuring the body receives just what it needs.
  • Patients often experience quick relief of their symptoms when treated with IV Infusion Therapy.
  • A small needle inserted into the vein is used to administer the IV Infusion Therapy, making it a quick and easy procedure.
  • Due to the highly controlled dosing, there are usually fewer side effects associated with IV Infusion Therapy compared to other treatments.
  • This form of treatment helps restore a balanced internal state, which promotes optimized health and well-being.
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Look and Feel Your Best with Expert Care at Our Practice

Dr. Rhee’s warm and welcoming office in NYC is the perfect place for you to achieve optimal health and wellness! Dr. Rhee's infusion approach involves nourishing your body with vitamins, minerals, and other essential fluids, directly fed into your bloodstream. This maximizes absorption and the use of essential nutrients so that you can kiss chronic ailments and low energy goodbye. We tailor treatment plans to your specific needs so that you receive personalized care. You will find comfort in healing - with premium care, proficiency, and a holistic approach, we are here to help you get back to your best!

Experience the Transformative Power of IV Infusion Therapy

To start the IV Infusion Therapy, a small incision will be made in either the inner arm or the back of the hand, allowing a catheter to be placed in the vein. Once in place, the infusion is carefully given to the patient in a dose based on their unique needs and the specific medication. When the therapy is finished, the catheter is taken out and a pressure bandage is put over the incision.

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Smooth Recovery

Within the following 24 hours, most people feel refreshed and alert. Symptoms of fatigue, soreness, or dehydration can occur but should generally subside after a few hours. After your initial IV Infusion session, you may want to keep a bottle of water nearby and increase your hydration over the next few days. While some may not experience side effects, it's important to monitor yourself for any signs of a reaction to the IV Infusion, such as a rash, fever, or shortness of breath. Although most individuals have no serious reactions to their IV Infusion, some may need to schedule a follow-up appointment with their provider to monitor progress and assess any adverse reactions.

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IV Infusion Therapy


What is IV Infusion Therapy?

IV Infusion Therapy is a method of delivering fluids, medications, and nutrition directly into a patient's bloodstream.

What are the benefits of IV Infusion Therapy?

There are many potential benefits of IV Infusion Therapy, including improved nutrition and hydration, prevention of muscle breakdown, and improved nutrient absorption.

What types of fluids, medications, and nutrients can be given via IV Infusion Therapy?

Depending on the type of IV Infusion Therapy and the patient's needs, various types of fluids, medications, and nutrients can be administered. Examples of common substances administered through IV Infusion Therapy include fluids, electrolytes, vitamins, minerals, hormones, antibiotics, chemotherapy medications, and pain medications.

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