Infusion Therapy as a Treatment Addition -
Now at ANOVA Institute for Regenerative Medicine
WEDNESDAY, 24 JULY 2019
Infusion Therapy as a Treatment Addition - Now at ANOVA Institute for Regenerative Medicine
Infusion Therapy is a way to administer medication, vitamins, nutrients and other molecules into the body, by using a sterile catheter that is inserted into a vein. It is an alternative to oral treatment, and can be the fastest way to deliver these vital compounds into your body.
ANOVA Institute for Regenerative Medicine now offers Infusion Therapy in combination or on its own for a range of conditions, such as
Our drips are specifically developed to serve the respective condition. For instance, while our Immune Boost Infusion Therapy has the purpose to help your immune system to reach its top shape, our Athlete’s Program is designed to help regenerate tissue and muscles and improve physical performance. Additionally, we offer personalized blends for specific needs, and adjust the ingredient list according to the patient’s needs and wishes.
Especially in combination with other therapies, such as Stem Cell Secretome or Bone Marrow Concentrate, Infusion Therapy has the power to make a real change – and help to heal, regenerate and enhance bodily functions on a cellular level.
ANOVA Institute for Regenerative provides IV fluids and vitamin infusions for patients from all over the world. Get in touch with us today to find out more about Infusion Therapy at ANOVA.
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