Intravenous therapy can ensure that you are receiving maximum benefits from the medication you are given. At Advanced Interventional Pain Clinic, we offer this and other pain management treatments to the men and women living in Orlando, Ocoee and Longwood, FL.
What is Intravenous Therapy?
Intravenous therapy is a treatment that involves delivering medications directly into the bloodstream using an IV. Intravenous therapy is superior to oral medication because none of the ingredients are lost in the digestive system. Intravenous therapy places the medication directly into the bloodstream, where the body can immediately use them. Advanced Interventional Pain Clinic offers intravenous therapy services to help patients receive the nutrients they need while managing pain symptoms.
What is Intravenous Therapy Used to Treat?
Intravenous therapy is most often used to provide the body with vitamins and other nutrients. By doing this, the body will have all the materials it needs to function properly. This can accelerate the healing process and help alleviate many different symptoms. Intravenous therapy can also be used as a pain management treatment by delivering anesthetics into the veins. This can block pain in the body, either to provide relief from certain conditions or to prepare patients for more invasive treatment techniques.
What Can I Expect from Intravenous Therapy?
Receiving intravenous therapy is much like getting blood drawn. First, a needle will be placed into a vein in the forearm. Then, a small tube will deliver a controlled amount of medications into the veins. The body will be able to use this medication immediately, producing rapid pain relief and other benefits. During your initial visit with one of our doctors, we will determine the best approach for your intravenous therapy and tell you what you can expect from your treatment.
If you have any questions about our intravenous therapy treatments, contact us today to schedule your initial visit. Advanced Pain Management Center offers this and other pain management services to patients living in Longwood, Orlando, Ocoee and the surrounding Florida areas.