Scottsdale, AZ | Directions >

Category Archives: Nutritional IV’s

Vaginal Atrophy: A Very Frustrating Problem that Needs a New Lens

The vast majority of women who journey through menopause, if not every last one, experience multiple frustrating side effects. The interesting thing about perimenopause and menopause is that the discussion around this crucial topic tends to focus on run-of-the-mill problems. Women know to experience hot flashes and night sweats. They may know that their risk of weight gain increases as their hormones change. What they may not realize is that, as they lose estrogen, their risk of anxiety and depression increases. Their sex lives will likely change, as may their bladder control, as may their overall sensations in their most intimate areas.  Historically, the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause have been treated with hormone replacement. The thing is, a woman’s body is naturally meant to…


Tired of the Chronic Fatigue? Consider What IV Therapy Has to Offer!

We all encounter times when we just can’t quite seem to fully wake up. Occasionally, this situation doesn’t create much concern. However, more and more people are expressing frustration about feeling perpetually depleted. It’s not that sleepy kind of feeling so much as a persistent fog. A sensation of heaviness, like you aren’t moving or thinking as quickly as you’d like. This feeling is troublesome for many adults these days, and it shows. When you glance around at just about any checkout register, what do you see? We’re guessing you’d find at least one product designed to provide a quick energy boost. Retailers have energy drinks, energy drink shots, and pills galore to help hype us up when the going gets tough. These temporary solutions…


Think Outside the Box for Your New Year’s Resolutions

After the year we just came through, you may have little motivation to set new resolutions. Regardless of the reminder that life can throw curveballs, sometimes very big ones, there is value in staying connected to the here-and-now. Resolutions don’t have to be what they’ve always been. In fact, there are good reasons to change things up a bit this year, especially as it pertains to health and wellness. We suggest getting specific. Instead of “I’m going to eat healthier and exercise more,” say “I’m going to stop eating processed foods and am going to do yoga three days a week.” One of the reasons so many resolutions are forgotten within a few months is that they are nonspecific. Without specificity, it is difficult to…


Get in touch with usRequest an appointment


  • *All indicated fields must be completed.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.