IV Therapies

Myers Cocktail

This is one of the most commonly used IV therapies. It has a high concentration of Vitamin C, B complex vitamins, taurine, trace minerals and zinc. It is one of the best ways to jump start your nutritional state in your body. In fact we recommend this therapy during our 3 day program and we also suggest getting a Myers cocktail once a month while undergoing microcurrent treatment. It is also very helpful in recovery after illnesses or injury.

Oxidative therapies

These consist of ozone and hydrogen peroxide therapy which utilize a reactive form of oxygen (03). This is a powerful stimulant for healing, increasing oxygenation and has anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. Dr. Robert Rowen and others feel that this therapy can be very helpful in the treatment of macular degeneration and glaucoma and other eye disorders. Typically 20 to 40 treatments are necessary. Although benefits can be experienced after 1 or 2 treatments. Read more about Oxidative therapies.

PK Protocol

Patricia Kane believes if you support the cell membrane with good nutrition, it will function optimally giving one excellent neurological function.

She has developed a Phosphatidylcholine (PC) intravenous protocol for devastating health disorders using IV Lipid therapy and oral fatty acid supplementation. Her protocols have yielded marked positive response in the treatment of severe neurological disorders such as ALS, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, Autism, pervasive developmental delay, seizure disorders, Post Stroke, traumatic brain injury, metabolic and genetic abnormalities. We are using this protocol for macular degeneration, glaucoma and optic nerve disorders. Typically 20 to 40 treatments are needed. Read more about the PK Protocol

Chelation therapies

Chelation is a widely used to treat heart disease, improve circulation and remove heavy metals. It utilizes a substance called EDTA which chelates or binds to heavy metals to make the metals more soluble. Typically 20 to 40 treatments are needed to achieve the desired effect. Please read more about the types of chelation