IV Therapy

A commitment to invest in your health & well-being.

Halo Health Concierge Doctors offer our patients IV Therapy to benefit and boost nutritional health. Most of our elective IV therapies are administered in our office. Occasionally we are able to administer elective IV therapies at your home or office alongside regularly scheduled medical appointments. Contact our office to inquire.

Why choose IV Therapy?

Amino acids, nutrients, vitamins, and metabolism boosters help optimize your body’s health & performance to aid in:

Improved Metabolism – by pulling fat from storage to use as fuel (lipotropic agent).

Cleansing the Liver – of fat and detoxifying liver tissue.

Stimulating nerve conduction – improving focus and concentration, reducing anxious and depressive symptoms. Used in the treatment of ADHD, bipolar, autism, dementia, and nerve pain.

Raising acetylcholine levels – to keep energy consistent.

Building and repairing tissues –  making chemicals and proteins needed by the body, and repairing the immune system.

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Increasing androgen receptors – to promote muscle growth.

Destroying homocysteine – in the body which can help reduce coronary heart disease and strokes.

Enhancing energy & boosting endurance – in those with low vitamin B & D levels.

Benefits of IV Therapy

General nutritional health – IV therapy can help replenish nutrients, minerals & vitamins essential to health, mood, and skin tone.

Recovering from cold/flu – IV therapy can help boost your immune system to reduce the length and effects of illness.

Recovering from illness/surgery – IV therapy can help patients with chemotherapy, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and dialysis feel better.

Immune system – IV Therapy can strengthen the immune system to fight off pathogens that lead to illness.

Before and after sports competitions – IV therapy helps marathoners, bodybuilders and other athletes perform their best and recover more quickly.

Boosting energy & metabolism – Providing nutrients that are essential for enhancing metabolism.

Hangover relief – IV therapy relieves hangover symptoms.

Addiction recovery – Specialized IV treatments, like NAD+, help reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms during recovery.

Anti-aging – Specialized IV treatments, like NAD+, may slow aging by boosting cellular health.

We offer these Nutritional Additives in our IV Therapies


Glutathione improves the health of your cells. It acts in your body:

  • As an anti-aging agent
  • To help fight obesity
  • As a liver detoxer
  • To prevent and reverse acne and wrinkles
  • To improve age spots, brown spots and dark eye circles by protecting the skin against oxidative damage


Amino acids are the building blocks of your cells that act in your body:

  • To break down fat & boost metabolism
  • To improve gut-nerve function
  • To help keep energy consistent during workouts
  • To help treat some seizure disorders, dementia and alcoholism
  • To help reduce anxiety and improve mood, concentration and attention span
  • To regulate leptin, a key fat regulator in your body


Iron is needed to make hemoglobin, a protein in red blood cells that acts in your body:

  • To enable your blood cells to carry oxygen in the body
  • To treat fatigue
  • To treat anemia
  • To increase energy


Vitamin D receptors are found in cells all over the body affecting:

  • Weight loss and metabolism
  • Hormone regulation
  • Preservation of telomeres for anti-aging benefits
  • Improvement of mood
  • Sustaining energy


Zinc supports your body’s T-cells that occur in various organ systems, tissues and bones:

  • To help increase immunity.
  • To aid in jet lag and post travel immunity
  • To maintain thyroid function and regulate hormones
  • To enhance athletic performance
  • To help heal wounds
  • To help libido in men.


Magnesium creates cellular energy and boosts energy production to promote activation of enzymes in your cells which help:

  • Reduce fatigue
  • Regulate muscle and nerve function
  • Regulate blood pressure
  • Mitigate migraines frequency and severity
  • Decrease GI irritation such as constipation, cramps, flatulence and indigestion


L-Carnitine builds stamina playing a crucial role in producing energy by mobilizing fatty acids to aid in: 

  • Decreasing LDL cholesterol
  • Promoting muscle growth
  • Aiding recovery from exercise
  • Increasing stamina
  • Helping prevent fat storage
  • Inducing fat metabolism


B Complex is active at the cellular level in the function of your brain and nervous system acting:

  • To support nervous system
  • To regulate blood sugar levels
  • To support red blood cells
  • To nourish skin, hair and nails
  • To enhance energy and boost metabolism


Vitamin C can help your body at a cellular level by:

  • Helping fight inflammation
  • Helping produce collagen which aids in repairing wounds
  • Helping fight heart disease risk factors
  • Helping lower LDL cholesterol and triglycerides



Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide

A coenzyme needed to stay alive. As a “helper” molecule, it binds to other enzymes to facilitate reactions at the molecular level which produce positive outcomes on your health.


Low levels of NAD+ are often accompanied by negative health consequences. As you age, your NAD+ supplies decline. Recently, research has shown that NAD+ has positive impacts at a cellular level on the aging process, inflammation, sleep cycles, immunity, oxidative stress, and brain & nerve function.

NAD+ and your Body

Why is NAD+ necessary for my body? 

The depletion of NAD+ can negatively affect the health and functioning of your body at the cellular level. Here are a few conditions that can suppress levels of NAD+:

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE)
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Natural aging
  • Brain injury or trauma
  • Excessive alcohol intake
  • Substance abuse
  • Anxiety & depression
  • Neurodegenerative diseases

NAD+ & Aging

NAD+ levels decline as we age, leading to a decline in the function of cells and organs. As you age, the telomeres in your DNA shorten which increases disease risk. Recent studies show that replenishment of NAD+ slows this process.

NAD+ levels decline with age

Research shows NAD+ levels in the body decline by about 50% by the age of 50. By the age of 80, NAD+ levels are reduced to only 10%. This partially explains the decline in cognitive function and ability to repair cellular damage with aging. Research shows NAD+ levels in brain tissue, hair & skin decrease as you age.

NAD+ & Substance Abuse. 

In some patients, NAD+ has been shown to significantly reduce the severity of cravings associated with opiate and alcohol withdrawal as well as reduce the number of relapses.

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How to boost NAD+ levels in your Body

You cannot absorb NAD+ from your diet, but there are dietary precursors that do help your body make NAD+. You can increase NAD+ levels in your body by:

  • Intravenous (IV) NAD+ administration is the most effective way to boost the level of NAD+ in your body.
  • Exercising, (along with many other physical benefits), increases NAD+ levels.
  • Eating raw foods rich in Vitamin B which help increase NAD+ levels.
  • Eliminating processed foods which can make it harder for your body to produce NAD+.
  • Consuming higher levels of proteins. Proteins obtained from poultry, fish, mushrooms, nuts, and eggs are excellent sources of NAD+ precursors.
  • Intermittent Fasting. When you are fasting, your body produces more NAD+ to convert fat into energy. 

Peptide Therapies – Boosting Wellness and Cellular Health

Halo Health Concierge Doctors offer peptide protocols that help your body’s cells perform as they are designed. The selected naturally occurring peptide therapies offered by Halo Health help toward getting and keeping your body in optimal performance and health.  When properly administered, peptides communicate with different parts of the body, binding to receptors on the cell surface, potentially enhancing the function of the entire body by signaling messages for cellular optimization.

Fat loss, sleep, muscle building, healing from injury or surgery, reduction of inflammation, and anti-aging are several areas that peptide therapy can significantly improve. Because peptides are mostly naturally occurring in the body, they are well tolerated when administered via injection. We consult with our patients and help you consider whether peptide therapy might help you achieve your personal health and fitness goals and improve one or more conditions that affect your quality of life and sustainment of health and vitality.

What are Peptides?

They are short strings of amino acids that naturally occur in the body. There are over 7,000 peptides identified that communicate with parts of the body. As we age, our bodies produce less peptides.  One example that many are familiar with is collagen peptide, which makes up cartilage, bone and skin. As aging occurs, the body makes less collagen which causes skin to lose elasticity & youthful vibrancy. This results in wrinkles and aged appearance. Loss of collagen also contributes to osteoporosis, brittle nails and muscle loss. Beauty product companies are now offering forms of collagen and other combination absorbable peptides in skin products to help slow the effects of skin aging.

How is Peptide Therapy Administered?

Peptides are injected for optimal absorption and bioavailability. Peptides are smaller and more broken down than proteins and therefore may be easier to absorb, allowing them to entire the bloodstream more quickly via injection, avoiding breakdown in the intestines and stomach. Modified peptides administered orally can avoid breakdown in the intestines and stomach however they cannot be absorbed into the blood due to cells in the intestinal wall which inhibit absorption. Halo administers naturally occurring peptides via injection which cannot avert the breakdown that occurs in the gastrointestinal tract. Proteins are essential in our diet and are comprised of various peptide bonds. During digestion and assimilation of proteins, there are numerous enzymes in the intestines and stomach responsible for the breakdown of peptide bonds. As a result, any medication which contains naturally occurring peptides, cannot avert the

How Do Peptides Work?

To understand the benefits of cellular health and how it affects aging, it is important to understand the benefits of increased Human Growth Hormone in the body. HGH acts on many tissues throughout the body. In children and adolescents, it stimulates the growth of bone and cartilage, along with many other growth benefits. 

Within the body, there are lot of different hormones that react with cells and trigger different biological processes. Often these are peptides, either cyclic versions or straight, linear ones. When a peptide eventually breaks down it just breaks down into amino acids, and amino acids are basically cellular food.

There are many kinds of peptides which work on different areas of the body. Halo Health administers several types of peptide therapies based on each patients goals and condition. Specifically, there are peptides that can increase our own body’s production of GHRH from the hypothalamus, which then naturally releases more of your own human growth hormone.

There are a number of peptides that have been developed to assist the pituitary gland in releasing increased amounts of growth hormones. These amino acids stimulate our pituitary gland to make and excrete more human growth hormone into the bloodstream. The boosts in production can assist in potentially lessening the effects of aging, improving many health conditions related to aging.

Benefits Of Peptides

There is considerable and robust evidence supporting the remedial effects of increased human growth hormone including several significant benefits such as increased muscle mass, decreased body fat, improved athletic performance and exercise capacity, protection from fractures, a reduced risk of future heart disease and improved brain function. [Peptides & Brain Function]

A number of studies have also demonstrated improvements in psychological well-being, with specific improvements in energy and improved sleep quality (fewer awakenings, increased duration of deep sleep). Enhanced psychological well-being reduces healthcare consumption and the number of sick days an individual experiences overall.