IV & Vitamin Therapy

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IV Hydration Station

Broadway’s Hydration Station offers safe and convenient IV treatments for migraines, fatigue, and other symptoms caused by dehydration. We also have vitamin therapy additives to help boost energy and relieve pain, nausea, and heartburn. 

IV therapy is available both in our office and in the convenience of your home. We can also help you plan IV Hydration Station parties at home.


Vitamin Therapy

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Vitamin Therapy

What is vitamin B12?

Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin found in seafood, beef, eggs, and dairy.
Who is at risk for B12 deficiency?
Vegetarian / vegan diet, elderly due to gastric atrophy, GI surgery malabsorption, celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, gastric bypass
What medications put me at risk for vitamin B12 deficiency? 
Protein pump inhibitors such as Prilosec or Prevacid, H2 receptor antagonists such as Tagamet, Pepcid, Zantac and Metformin
Symptoms of B12 deficiency:
Fatigue, constipation, poor appetite, unintentional weight loss, numbness and tingling in the hands and feet, unsteady gait.
Health issues associated with vitamin B12 deficiency:
  • Aphthous ulcers
  • Heart disease: driven by elevated homocysteine levels. Vitamin B12, B6, and folate metabolize homocysteine to keep levels low.
  • Depression, dementia
  • Pernicious anemia autoimmune disease that can lead to gastric atrophy and neurological disorders
B12 Replacement:
  • Maintenance / preventative dose of 1000 micrograms per month.
  • B12 replacement dosing will be determined by the level of deficiency according to your blood work

What is vitamin C?
Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin found in citrus fruits tomato potato brussel sprout cauliflower broccoli strawberries cabbage and spinach however absorbable vitamin C can be diminished by oxidation.

Symptoms of Vitamin C Deficiency:
Weakness, joint swelling, soft tissue swelling, poor appetite, depression, nerve pain, impaired wound healing.

Who is at risk for vitamin C deficiency?
Elderly, institutionalized, chronically ill, drug and alcohol abuse Houma diet lacking fruit and vegetables
Studies have shown a correlation with increased risk of kidney stones among men taking greater than 1000 mg of vitamin C daily. The recommended daily allowance of vitamin C is 90 milligrams daily. We recommend maintenance dose 2000 mg injection monthly.

What is vitamin D?
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin essential for absorption of calcium. We get vitamin D from food such as fish with high oil content Herring mackerel salmon tuna are excellent sources of vitamin D. We also make our own vitamin D through exposure to UV rays from sunlight.

Why is vitamin D important?
Vitamin D is essential to prevent osteoporosis, increase risk for Falls, fractures, immune deficiency and cardiovascular disease. 
Who is at risk for vitamin D deficiency?
Vitamin D levels naturally decline with age. People of all ages produce indequate levels of vitamin D  in the winter.

 The national health and nutrition examination survey 2006, 41% subject over 20 years old were efficient in vitamin D

Those at higher risk of vitamin D deficiency:
Obesity as Vitamin D is stored in adipose , chronic kidney disease may have impaired metabolism of vitamin D, people taking Dilantin as it accelerates the metabolism of vitamin D, institutionalized, limited sun exposure, osteoporosis, malabsorption related to celiac disease inflammatory bowel disease
We can draw your blood to determine serum vitamin D levels and dose your vitamin D replacement based on your level of deficiency. 
Maintenance dose recommended for patients up to 70 years of age is 600 units a day, over 70 years of age 800 units a day, pregnancy and lactating 600 units a day
For people diagnosed with vitamin D deficiency, high-dose supplementation may be necessary time to 50 1000 units daily.  Vitamin D toxicity becomes a concern for people taking over 60,000 units daily. The typical starting dose for vitamin D deficiency is 50,000 units monthly.

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