IV infusion therapy
The nutritional demands of each patient are unique. This is true for those suffering from acute infections, post-COVID chronic fatigue, or for those battling cancer. Intravenous vitamin and nutritional therapy allow us to directly address your unique needs, quickly and efficiently!
supportive cancer care
Intravenous, high-dose vitamin C therapy in concert with mistletoe therapy have long been used as supportive adjunctive therapies in integrative cancer care. Providing supportive cancer care is a big part of my naturopathic practice.
While IV vitamin therapies should not be considered as alternatives to chemotherapy, radiation, or surgery, it is clear that integrative therapies are playing an increasingly expanded role in whole-patient cancer care. Consequently, integrative therapies need to be implemented in a timely and safe manner. This is where our team comes in. Moreover, we are always happy to work with everyone on your healthcare team including your oncologist, surgeon, family doctor, or nurse practitioner.
A cancer diagnosis is frightening -for everyone! Empowering each patient and their family with the right information and tools as supportive adjuncts to the standards of care can make a big difference in improving quality of life! I'm here to help.
-Dr. Steve Rallis DC, ND
iv therapies for cancer
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) -the centre-piece of our supportive IV therapies. Typcially dosed at 50, 75 or 100 grams per infusion.
Mistletoe (Viscum album), available as IV therapy and as injection therapy (subcutaneous)
Immune Support IV - to help boost and support your immune system. These therapies have to be carefully timed to not interfere with other therapies.
Neuropathy IV - infusion therapy for chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy. Physical therapies are often also used in the treatment of this condition including laser therapy and B12 injections.