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IV Infusion Therapy

IV therapy is a medical treatment designed to provide the body with the specific nutrients and resources it needs to heal and repair. 

The human body requires vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other vital nutrients to function. Over time, because of medications, poor quality diet, prolonged stress, exposure to environmental factors, and genetics can leave the body depleted. The first signs of this depletion usually show up in the skin, hair, nails, joints and non essential organ systems; essentially, the body steals nutrients from these areas to fuel the vital systems (ex. heart and lungs). When depletion is mild, dietary changes and supplementation can restore these resources. But when one becomes clinically drained, IV therapy is essential to recovery.

A significant amount of our nutrients from food and supplementation are lost in the digestive process, even more so with those with long term gut issues or have had surgical removal of digestive organs such as the gallbladder or colon resections. IV therapy bypasses the gut and goes straight to the blood stream providing immediate absorption. Furthermore, because of the limited receptivity of the GI system, IV therapy can provide the body with 10-100 times more vital nutrients than standard food and supplementation.

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IV Hydration Therapy 

How do we get depleted?

  • Poor digestion
  • Low absorption supplements
  • Removal of digestive organs (gallbladder, parts of colon, gastric bypass…)
  • Nutrient deficient foods
  • Bowel disorders (ex. IBS, Ulcerative Colitis, Diverticulitis, Crones, Leaky Gut…)
  • Stress (demanding too much of the body for prolonged periods of time
  • Chronic dieting
  • Underlying health issues

Signs of Depletion


The body requires resources to perform daily activities, much like a car requires gasoline. When the body is not getting the vital nutrients it needs, the first sign is usually degrees of fatigue. This is the body’s way of conserving its resources by shutting down. The longer one is forced to operate through this depleted state, the degree of fatigue can become extreme.

Hair | Brittle, Thinning Hair Loss

The hair is made up of keratin proteins. Making new healthy hair cells requires a significant amount of nutrient reserves. When the body is operating in a deficit, it sees hair as a non essential use of resources (you can survive without hair) so it will allocate those vital nutrients to other organ systems. This can leave one with fine brittle hair or hair loss.

Nails | Brittle, Splitting, Discolored, Poor Growth

The nails, like the hair, require a large amount of resources to grow healthy and strong. When nutrients are pulled from the nails, we will see many of the following symptoms:

  • Slow growth
  • Thin flexible nails
  • Brittle 
  • Easily broken
  • Splitting in the nail
  • Discoloration
  • Lack of half moon
  • Ridging

Because of the amount of high quality nutrition the nails require to be healthy and strong, malnutrition can often show its earliest signs in the nails.

Skin Dry | Discolored

The skin is the largest organ in the body, therefore requires a lot to maintain healthy glowing skin. Furthermore, the skin generates new cells at a very rapid rate, even more so contributing to the overall demand. Malnourished individuals can develop any of the following:

  • Redness
  • Depigmented patches
  • Mysterious rashes
  • Dark spots
  • Age spots
  • Dry cracked skin
  • Conventional skin treatments are typically ineffective for these individuals because the underlying deficiency has not been addressed.

Joints | Pain, Swelling, Degeneration

The joints are a mineral rich source of many of the body’s most vital resources. While the joints are essential for optimal function and quality of life, in a deficit, the body knows that joints are not required to maintain life. Therefore, in a depleted state, in addition to the  joint not getting what they need to heal and repair, nutrients can actually be stripped from the bones and tissues. Overtime, this can lead to premature wear and tear, arthritis, osteoporosis, predisposition towards injury and chronic pain conditions.


Frequently Asked Questions

How can I be overweight and still be malnourished?

One can easily consume a high calorie diet that contains little to no nutrients. In fact, it is becoming harder and harder to find nutrient dense foods in America.

What types of vitamins can be infused using IV hydration therapy?

Some of the most common vitamins we offer as a part of our IV hydration therapy include:

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin B
  • Calcium
  • Magnesium
  • Amino acids
  • Antioxidants

Your IV therapy specialist will discuss your symptoms with you and help you determine which type of therapy is right for you.

Why is IV therapy better than just drinking water?

Because IV therapy delivers hydration directly to the bloodstream, it skips many of the steps your body takes when simply ingesting water, replenishing your cells at a faster, more effective rate.

Does LT360 accept insurance for IV therapy? 

Yes! We know how difficult it can be to find affordable providers who take a holistic approach to medicine, and we want to change that. Please view our Insurance [link] page, or reach out to us if you have questions about your coverage!

How do I get started with IV therapy at LT360?

ll you have to do is schedule your first consultation with LT360, right here on our website. Let us know that you’re interested in IV hydration therapy, and we’ll begin developing a customized plan geared toward a total transformation of your health.