What is High Dose IV Ozone Therapy?

AustinMD is now offering High Dose IV Ozone Therapy. High Dose IV Ozone Therapy is a revolutionary alternative medicine treatment that involves adding ozone gas to the blood via an IV drip. This is similar to the 1-pass IV Ozone treatments we have been providing, but delivers 5 times the Ozone dose. UV light is also a key part of this treatment as it allows the Ozone to be 99% effective, working synergistically. This treatment is done in the same amount of time as the 1-pass, which can save time and money.

IV Ozone Therapy

High Dose IV Ozone Therapy in Austin, TX

Call us or contact AustinMD online today to learn more about your options for High Dose IV Ozone Therapy on-demand in North Austin. Our custom formulas and relaxing environment provide the perfect opportunity for you to experience the quick recovery you want without having to chug a ton of water or oral rehydrating solutions that may not be as effective as they seem.

You can now view our pricing online!

IV Vitamin Therapy

What to expect at your IV Vitamin Treatment?

All High Dose IV Ozone Therapy is administered by our amazing IV nurse, Jackie! High Dose IV Ozone Therapy takes approximately 90 minutes to administer.

Are you an IV Therapy Candidate?

At AustinMD, we also provide customized IV drip treatments of multiple vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and amino acid nutrients in a highly IV infusion drip, within a welcoming relaxed environment. Almost anyone can benefit from an IV Treatment.

 

IV Vitamin Therapy

IV Vitamin Therapy FAQ

Please review the frequently asked questions below. If you don’t find the answer to your question, feel free to contact our new patient coordinator via email and set up a FREE discovery consultation

IV therapy is a straightforward procedure. Regardless of the type of IV therapy you are receiving, you can expect the process to be pretty uniform. The nurse administering the therapy will talk you through the procedure. Generally, you will be seated somewhere comfortable for the duration of the therapy. The nurse will disinfect the injection site and place a needle directly in a vein. The IV will typically be placed in the arm, but it is possible to be placed elsewhere.
The fluids inside an IV bag depend on the type of therapy you are undergoing. Intravenous solutions can contain saline, vitamins, minerals and medication.
So, what is IV therapy used for? Generally, the main types of IV therapy are Hangover relief, Athletic performance recovery, Immune system support, Cold and flu relief, Pregnancy symptom alleviation and Migraine and headache relief
IV therapy drips amino acids, vitamins, minerals and fluids at a controlled rate. Once you are connected to the IV, which is usually a quick and simple process, the duration of the therapy will depend on why you are undergoing IV therapy. This process can take longer, but will typically require 45 minutes to an hour of your time. Some IV therapies can be done relatively quickly, while others will take longer.
How quickly will you feel the effects of the IV drip? Again, the answer depends on why you are undergoing IV therapy. In some cases, you may feel the effects almost immediately. In other cases, it may take more time. The effects can last for up to a few days after completing the procedure, depending on a number of different factors.

To determine a client’s treatment, Dr. Roy and his staff will review your entire medical history. You may want to request copies of your medical files to share with him.

Your medical files and treatments are held in the strictest of confidence; all correspondence is handled through our secure patient portal.

We believe in education in bringing about improved wellness and teaching others about the importance of diet, exercise, hormones and stress relief.

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