We Offer Reliable Nutritional IV Therapy that Improves Health and Boost Immune System

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Anne Marie Ponce de Leon

Most people seek optimum health, and Nutritional IV Infusion Therapy is another tool to achieve that goal. Rather than taking supplements and pill orally, Intravenous Nutritional Therapy offers more effective delivery of nutrients into the body. ZMED Clinic’s healthcare professionals have experience with many IV Infusion Therapies.

Nutritional IV Therapy  can include the administration of amino acids, vitamins, and other essential nutrients directly to the blood stream. In this way, you avoid losing potency of the nutrients in your digestive system, and you also eliminate gastric irritation. With Nutritional IV Therapy, your body nutrients are delivered to the body more effectively and quickly as compared to taking supplements and pills.

Nutritional IV Therapy Improves Health and Strengthens Immunity

Nutrition is recognized as the cornerstone of anti-aging medicine. Each nutrient found in the body plays a crucial role in promoting normal and healthy cell function. When some of these cellular systems fail, health will surely be compromised, and this weakens immunity and sets the stage for the development of an unwanted disease.

Addressing nutritional deficiencies is a key step in the maintenance of ideal health. ZMED Clinic provides comprehensive laboratory test to identify deficiencies in particular minerals, vitamins, anti-oxidant and other macro-nutrients, so that these can be supplemented trough IV infusion therapy.

Allow your Body to Receive the Right Nutrients with our Nutritional IV Therapy

Patients with chronic and acute illnesses may have serious difficulty in absorbing nutrients through digestion. Even for healthy people, taking a multivitamin daily does not necessarily mean that the body  is assimilating and absorbing nutrients from the vitamins efficiently.

Our Nutritional IV Therapy service is a more direct way of receiving nutrients directly into your body, bypassing your digestive tract. The IV nutrition helps treat several diseases and can also be beneficial in terms of enhancing athletic performance, preventing diseases, decreasing pain, improving overall well-being, increasing energy, assisting with detoxification, enhancing immune function and more. With our Nutritional IV Therapy service, the possibilities are endless.

Depending on the individual requirement, we can tailor your therapy so that you will get the maximum benefit. IV therapy can treat or mitigate many health conditions, including the following:

  • Adrenal fatigue
  • Angina
  • Allergic rhinitis
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Cancer
  • Asthma
  • Colds
  • Diabetes
  • Congestive heart failure
  • High blood pressure
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Infections
  • Intestinal disorders

and more …..

Consultation with a licensed healthcare provider is necessary to determine whether Nutritional IV Therapy is suitable for you. If approved, a series of treatments will be scheduled, and the infusion is usually given through IV catheter on patient’s arm for more than a period of 50-90 minutes each session. The patient will be asked to sit comfortably on a reclining chair and will be closely monitored by a nurse or physician.

Possible side effects vary, and these depend on IV treatment administered but are said to be minimal in most therapies. Being well-hydrated and eating well before the IV treatment limit the chance of experiencing risky side effects.

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Anne Marie Ponce de Leon

Medical Director

About Anne Marie Ponce de Leon

Anne Marie Ponce de Leon MD is a proud native Houstonian. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Houston Baptist University with a double major in Biology and History. For medical school, she attended the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston (recently renamed McGovern Medical School). She began her family practice training at Tufts University Medical School in Boston, MA, but subsequently returned to Houston where she completed her residency at the Memorial Southwest Family Practice Program.

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