Most people think IV therapy is only used in hospitals or in emergencies. IV therapy is also extremely effective in delivering nutrition to our bodies. It’s a natural way to get total absorption of the vitamins, minerals, and amino acids your body needs. When you take pills by mouth, your body only absorbs a small fraction of the nutrients. Worse, some common medications actually strip essential nutrients from your body.
At Prestige Wellness Institute in Utah County and Moab, Utah, patients receive IV therapy to help with all kinds of needs, including improving athletic performance, speeding recovery from workouts, accelerating healing from surgery, rehydration, and detoxifying heavy metals. We also use IV nutrition to help patients with chronic fatigue, colds, flu, depression, Parkinson’s, migraines, asthma, muscle spasms, cancer, heart disease, and more.
For athletes, IV therapy provides both hydration and vitamin supplementation. Why vitamins? Because every muscle—especially the heart—requires enormous amounts of energy. This is made in little powerhouses called mitochondria, which require lots of vitamin C, B vitamins, and magnesium. For this reason, we load you up with all of these essential nutrients in a form that is 100% absorbable by the body.
Whether you are getting ready for a big race or recovering from one, pump yourself up with our IV drip cocktail. It’s the one cocktail that doesn’t leave you with a hangover! Runners, cyclists, and other athletes in Los Angeles, New York City, Las Vegas, and other large cities take advantage of IV therapy. But you don’t have to travel to the big city to take advantage of this cutting-edge innovation, and you can get it here at a fraction of the big-city cost.
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