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Intro to IV Therapy 101

Go beyond hydration and nourish your body with vitamins, minerals and micronutrients.  IV vitamin therapy is the best and fastest way for your body to absorb nutrients and vitamins bypassing the digestive tract.  The disadvantages of digestive tract absorption are timing and whether digestive tract system has been compromised leading to decreased absorption.  Many chronic inflammatory diseases such as Diabetes, Crohn’s, Ulcerative Colitis, Celiac Disease and other chronic inflammatory/immunological disease can disrupt and decrease the absorptive rate of one’s digestive tract system.  Taking nutrients intravenously delivers the nutrients directly to your cells at most effective rate.  As a result, you can feel the amazing effects of hydration during and after IV therapy.

Here at Clover Internal Medicine, we believe in providing the absolute patient care in sense of functionality, science and total whole body.  All of our infusions are closely monitored by an in-house physician to ensure safety and tolerance to the IV hydration.  Our IV therapy can be catered and adjusted to meet your daily needs and/or your vitamin deficiencies. 

Whether you are a weekend warrior, party-animal or simply looking to improve your overall well-being, IV vitamins and mineral therapies may help you achieve recovery and promote overall mind and body wellness. 

So, what is in an IV therapy provided at Clover Internal Medicine? Our IV therapies contain minerals, vitamins and amino acids that are combined, adjusted and monitored by our in-house, board-certified physicians to potentially boost immune system, maintain cellular energy production and to replete our vitamin and mineral that may have been depleted during recovery process or post-infected state.  

We encourage and stress to all to understand that IV vitamin therapies are not meant nor intended as the primary or mainstay treatment and/or cure to any long term or co-morbid condition.  IV vitamin therapies are considered as natural alternative therapies.

Some of the most common nutrients we offer in our clinic are:

Whether you want IV therapy for wellness, recovery or simply a hangover cure, we at Clover Internal Medicine, can help you be on your path and feeling great again

If interested, curious or have additional questions regarding IV vitamin therapy, give our office a call and set up an appointment with one of our board-certified physicians for further discussion.

Leon Tio, DO, MA, FACOI Dr. Leon Tio Leon Tio, DO, MA, FACOI, is a board-certified and fellow in Internal Medicine and Hospitalist at Clover Internal Medicine Associate in Fort Worth, Texas. Dr. Tio takes a “whole person”, holistic approach to care and focuses on underlying causes of an illness, rather than symptoms. After completing his bachelor’s degree with honors in Biology at the University of Texas at Arlington, Dr. Tio went on to earn his Masters Degree in Bioethics and Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in Kansas City, Missouri. He then completed his residency in Internal Medicine with University of North Texas at Medical City of Fort Worth. In addition, Dr. Tio also received Fellowship in Internal Medicine from the American College of Osteopathic Internist for his work and dedication to Internal Medicine.

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