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ALA IV Therapy

Alpha-Lipoic Acid, or ALA, has been called "the antioxidant's antioxidant" because it works to refresh and restore other antioxidants.

How Does it Work?

Antioxidants work to kill free radicals, which damage cells, organs and tissues. ALA can work in every cell in the body because it is fat- and water-soluble, while other antioxidants are fat-soluble or water-soluble only.

What Does Alpha-Lipoic Acid Treat?

  • Studies have shown that ALA can protect and repair brain and nerve tissue, making it a viable treatment for neuralgia, brain conditions related to free radical damage, like dementia and stroke.
  • ALA can help treat nerve damage related to diabetes
  • Its powerful antioxidant properties make ALA a good treatment for chronic infections and cancer
  • ALA helps decrease the aging effects on your brain, heart, lungs and skin

Why IV Nutrient Therapy?

Vitamins and minerals are important, but when they are taken by mouth the amount that can actually be absorbed and used is limited as they move through the intestines and are processed by the liver. The fastest and most effective way for your body to receive nutrients is to deliver them directly to the brain, heart and other vital organs through the bloodstream.

IV therapy is used to treat numerous conditions, disorders, and health challenges in order to optimize health.

Contact NPG to discuss IV Nutrient Therapy and schedule your appointment.

Office Hours:
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
From 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Wednesday & Friday
From 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM

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