Innovative Infusion Therapy Braselton, GA
What is an Infusion? A straightforward procedure.
An IV will be started with a bag of normal saline or bacteriostatic water, whichever is compatible, blended with the medication, and gradually administered.
What conditions can you treat?
Neuropathic pain not controlled with injections, nerve blocks, or prescription pain medications. Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS/RSD), phantom limb pain, diabetic, and other neuropathies. Post-herpetic neuralgia, headaches, chronic back, and neck pain no longer responsive to any form of treatment and debilitating fibromyalgia.
Intravenous Infusion Therapy
Intravenous (IV) infusion therapy is a treatment option for a variety of different pain syndromes, including such conditions as fibromyalgia, neuropathic pain, phantom limb pain, post-herpetic neuralgia, complex regional pain syndromes (CRPS), diabetic neuropathy, and central pain related to stroke or spinal cord injuries. Medication infusions can also be used on special occasions for the treatment of severe depression and refractory headaches.
Atlanta Vitality Center offers the most innovative medication infusion program in the country. Our neurogenesis infusion program is designed to help relieve chronic pain, anxiety, depression, and severe stress-related symptoms.
Please schedule a consultation to see if you are a good candidate and receive further information.
IV Infusions were first introduced as a treatment for pain in 1963 using lidocaine. Since then, several studies using different medications have proved beneficial in treating patients with chronic pain. The goal of therapy is to substantially decrease your level of pain and make you more functional over the long term.
There are several scientific studies and clinical impressions supporting the use of IV infusions for the treatment of a variety of different types of pain.
Your physician will select the appropriate medication and dose to be used in the infusion, depending on your diagnosis and the type of pain you are experiencing. An intravenous catheter will be placed in your arm or hand, and then the medications will be infused over a standardized amount of time. You will be monitored throughout the infusion period.
How long are the infusions?
Depending on your diagnosis and protocol, most of the infusions will be less than 1 hr. After the infusion, you will typically stay for another 30 minutes to recover.
There are a number of scientific studies and clinical impressions supporting the use of IV infusions for the treatment of a variety of different types of pain.
Chronic pain management is a notoriously difficult area for physicians and patients to navigate. When done correctly, it provides patients with a restored function allowing them to return to the activities they are missing.
At Atlanta Vitality Center, we recognize that patients need a reliable partner to guide them through pain management options. Our patients receive comprehensive care for even the most difficult-to-treat conditions.
Our physicians are neck and back pain specialists – and for a good reason. They provide the specialized knowledge needed to make a proper diagnosis of a spine condition and then determine the best course of action to improve the patient’s quality of life.
In addition to addressing spine pain, our physicians also offer chronic pain management services for those who have the following conditions:
- Migraine headaches
- Joint pain
- Interstitial Cystitis (IC)
- Phantom limb pain
- Do you charge a fee for consultations?
We do not charge for a consultation.
Contact our office today to speak to one of our doctors and schedule your personalized consultation at Atlanta Vitality Center.
- Do you accept insurance?
Currently, we are not accepting insurance for any treatments. We are continuously working with providers to develop this pathway.
- What payment methods do you accept?
We Accept Credit Cards and Cash:
- American Express
- Discover Card
You can use any of these cards to pay for your services at Atlanta Vitality Center.