NAD+ IV Therapy Infusion Treatment for Chronic Pain
Living with chronic pain can keep you from doing things you once enjoyed, negatively affecting your quality of life and dramatically impacting your lifestyle. Treating chronic pain can also be a challenge, especially when you want to avoid long-term use of potentially risky prescription pain medications. When other treatments have failed, it can be difficult to find hope for a future without discomfort, compromised mobility and difficulty with daily activities.
Minimizing the use of painkillers does not mean resigning yourself to a life of debilitating pain. Targeted treatment with nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, or NAD+, can help reduce your pain and improve your overall sense of wellness to improve your quality of life.
How Does NAD+ IV Therapy Benefit Chronic Pain Patients?
Patients suffering from chronic pain have often tried multiple treatments, usually with varying levels of success. Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, unlike other treatments, is a coenzyme your body already produces, albeit at lower levels than in years past. NAD+ IV therapy administers a blend of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide coenzyme, three anti-nausea agents and ketamine for mood stabilization and detoxification directly into the bloodstream, where it can be better absorbed than through oral routes.
NAD+ supports cell regeneration and neurological health while reducing inflammation and boosting mental clarity. Patients with chronic pain often report substantial reduction in symptoms due to this cellular regeneration and anti-inflammatory properties. Treatment is simple, taking place in our luxurious treatment spa in the heart of Los Angeles or in the comfort of your chosen location.
Our board certified anesthesiologist and dedicated care team take a personalized approach to treatment, customizing each NAD+IV therapy session to ensure optimal benefits.
Contact us today at the IV Healing Spa for more information on NAD+ IV Therapy and how it may help you reduce symptoms of chronic pain.