IV Phosphatidylcholine (PTC)
PTC also plays an important role in forming lung surfactants which allows the lungs to expand and fill up with air.
The body also uses this compound as a precursor to acetylcholine which is a neurotransmitter necessary for optimal brain and nerve function.
Studies have shown that as we get older, there’s less PTC produced by the body. A 2015 study showed that lower PTC concentrations were associated with lower memory and cognitive performance. PTC may also help with lipid management to decrease cholesterol and prevent plaque build up.
Many clients who frequently receive this IV have noticed improved cognitive, reduced inflammation, and improved exercise performance.
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What to expect at your IV Vitamin Treatment?
All vitamin IV therapy in Austin is administered by our amazing IV nurse, Jackie! A typical IV, such as Myers Cocktail takes approximately 30 minutes to an hour to administer, while others such as High Dose Vitamin C or NAD+ can take up to 2 hours.
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 FAQ
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.
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