How to correct deficiencies and improve overall wellness
Did you know that you can have health treatments tailored for your biology? This is available at the Toronto Functional Medicine Centre and may help with addressing your chief health concerns, including nutritional deficiencies, oxidative damage, exposure to environmental toxins, and more.
We understand that each individual patient has distinct symptoms from another patient. By conducting functional medicine testing and considering medical/family history, lifestyle and environmental factors, we can help tackle your health triggers. Our health care team can accommodate different health issues and daily challenges related to: chronic pain, chronic fatigue syndrome, autoimmune conditions, hair and nail growth, thyroid conditions, detoxification pathways, post-exercise recovery, electrolyte imbalances, intestinal inflammation, glucose metabolism, insulin levels, skin elasticity, iron absorption, and more. Booster shots with Vitamin B12 are also available.
IV drip therapy is a personalized service designed to deliver optimal hydration, while promoting cellular functioning and much-needed energy as adjunct support. Our IV Lounge adheres to the principles of integrative functional medicine to customize therapeutic doses. Intravenous infusion drips are freshly blended on a daily basis with natural ingredients and no added preservatives. Our medical doctor, naturopathic doctor, and registered nurse practitioner also supervise every IV therapy session. Your personal health and safety matters to us!
When combined with a balanced lifestyle, vitamin IV therapy from Toronto could support healthy aging, optimal health and functioning. Book your initial consultation with us to customize your treatment plans – call (416) 968-6961.
Disclaimer: The information in this article is designed for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. This information should not be used to diagnose or treat any health problems or illnesses without consulting a doctor. Consult with a health care practitioner before relying on any information in this article or on this website.
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