IV Therapy & Nutrition

Why IV Therapy?

Intravenous therapy, also known as IV therapy, can be beneficial for many medical conditions, including vitamin and mineral deficiencies, cancer, depressed immune systems, food sensitivities, short bowel syndrome, fatigue, sports recovery. With nutritional IV therapy, the nutrients you receive are considered to be 100% absorbed because they are administered directly into your bloodstream for use by your body.
Our cells need adequate nutrition to function optimally. This allows them to repair the damage, copy DNA, and make the energy required for standard bodily processes. Even with a great diet and supplements, we can’t always provide our bodies with optimal amounts of vitamins and minerals on a cellular level. If our bodies are suffering from food sensitivities, inflammation, stress, depleted immune function, poor digestion, or disease then nutrients may not be effectively absorbed or appropriately delivered. This creates a cycle where the cells are in great need of the nutrients but unable to obtain them. Here is where IV nutrition therapy can assist. IV therapy bypasses your digestive tract and nutrients go directly into your bloodstream to be utilized by the body. This allows us to achieve 100% absorption – allowing your cells to get the vitamins and minerals they need to heal. Once your cells can recover, they can regain optimal function and the body can heal begin to recover.​

Our Different Forms of IV Therapy

Vitamin C

Vitamin C acts as an antioxidant by protecting cells from harmful oxidants that could damage them. An antioxidant is a substance that removes potentially damaging oxidizing agents in your body. In turn, this helps aid in strengthening your immune response. Visit the Vitamin C page for more information on this.


Glutathione is a potent antioxidant produced in the body that can improve skin health, reduce signs of aging, help restore liver function, and help with neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease and age-related memory loss.

Chelation Therapy

IV with chelating agents (EDTA ) for treatment of heavy metal toxicity. is a synthesized amino acid with strong, non-specific chelating properties for valences of +2 to +6. The EDTA–metal chelate is water-soluble and typically excreted in the urine. It can form strong covalent bonds with some xenobiotic metals and increase the urinary excretion of calcium, zinc, cadmium, and lead Its affinity to calcium led to the early hypothesis that EDTA might decalcify atherosclerotic plaque.


NAD+, also known as nicotinamide adenosine dinucleotide, is a coenzyme found in the cells of our body. It metabolizes carbohydrates, fats, and amino acids and plays a role with gene expression in age-related diseases.

What are the benefits of NAD+?

Boost metabolism and energy.
Reduces chronic pain.
Helps regenerate and heal cells.
Promising therapy for addiction recovery.
Reduce cravings associated with alcohol and opiate withdrawal.
Improve mental clarity, memory, and mood.
Brain regeneration and repair.
Regulates inflammation and DNA protection through the sirtuin pathway.
Slows the aging process.

Feeling Like You Need A Boost? Contact Kentrum Clinic for Your Vitamin C Infusion Today

Why deprive your body of essential vitamins and nutrients with an oral pill, when you have alternative and effective options? Kentrum Clinic is helping patients with vitamin C infusions in Foutain Valley, Santa Ana, Westminster, and the surrounding areas. Contact our elite medical professionals today to begin your journey to better health.


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