At DOCCS in Melbourne, Florida, you’ll find expert infusion services. If you need vitamins, antibiotics, or even dehydration treatments, you can call or book an appointment online for our state-of-the-art infusion services today. Dr. Sangita Sahay and Dr. Marilyn Moss are committed to helping you feel your best and are breaking ground by offering in-office infusion services.
Infusion therapy provides you with hydration, vitamins and medicine through intravenous treatment. This means that you’ll sit comfortably in a chair while your treatment is slowly released into your body. Your medication or vitamins are released directly into your bloodstream, allowing quick treatment and results. You can read, nap, play games on your phone, scroll through Instagram or Facebook, or do whatever you want during your treatment.
If you are dehydrated, your body needs fluids. The fastest way to replace your fluids is intravenously. While in emergency situations, intravenous hydration treatments can help to stabilize your well being, intravenous hydration can also help you to feel, look, and perform your best. Athletes often benefit from intravenous hydration therapy to replace fluids and electrolytes lost through training and competition.
This treatment is convenient and will have you feeling your best in as little as an hour.
Infusion therapy may be the most effective way to give your body the vitamins it needs to function properly and maintain optimal health. Infusion therapy is quick, comfortable, easy, and can ensure your body has what it needs.
If you suffer from a vitamin deficiency or have a condition that depletes your body of essential nutrients and vitamins, an infusion treatment is an effective method of delivering the vitamins you need directly to your bloodstream. Common vitamin infusions include B vitamins, magnesium, and vitamin C. At DOCCS, the doctors offer customized treatment with vitamin cocktails made specifically to meet your personal health needs.
If you have a serious bacterial infection, antibiotics delivered via infusion therapy will help you to fight off your illness and get back to good health quickly. In some cases, infusion antibiotics are needed on a regular, often daily basis. Though you could take antibiotics in pill form, infusion treatment gets the medication into your body more quickly. You also can avoid the unwanted gastrointestinal upset often associated with taking oral antibiotics when you choose infusion therapy.
If you’re interested in our state-of-the-art infusion therapy treatments or have questions, call the office or schedule a consultation online today.