IV Therapy Clinic

NIIM provides Intravenous (IV) and Chelation Therapy at our clinic in Hawthorn, Melbourne.
You can contact the NIIM Clinic on 03 9804 0646 to learn more.

What is Intravenous Vitamin Therapy?

Intravenous vitamin therapy involves the administration of Doctor-prescribed nutrients into the body through an IV drip.

How does it work?

The IV method bypasses the digestive system, allowing delivery of greater quantities of nutrients and promoting maximal absorption. Orally administered vitamins can be inactivated in the digestive tract or poorly absorbed, and in high doses can cause unwanted side-effects such as abdominal cramps and nausea.

Only the purest forms of vitamins and minerals are used in IV administration. Your nutrient drip is specifically formulated for your needs based on your doctor’s recommendations.

Some common uses for IV vitamin therapy include:

• Correction of deficiencies– for example due to malnutrition, severe illness or following surgery;
• Preliminary studies indicate that IV Nutrient therapy may be beneficial for some forms of cancer, may enhance primary cancer treatments, and provide immune system support
• Potentially reduce symptoms and severity of cold or flu, and certain other viral infections, such as shingles, glandular fever and others
• Potentially Reduce symptoms of the acute stages of illnesses such as cold or virus onset, or asthma attack
• Anti-inflammatory benefits
• Improve iron levels with iron injections or infusions – we can offer Iron infusions in the centre.

Cost and How to Book

Cost
The cost of each drip varies depending on the type and quantity of nutritional or chelating ingredients. For specific pricing contact NIIM Clinic reception, after discussing infusion requirements with your doctor, on (03) 9804 0646 or by emailing clinic@niim.com.au.

Referral
IV Therapy is by referral only. NIIM Integrative GPs can work with you to determine if IV therapy is appropriate for your health.

How to make an appointment
To make an appointment at the IV Clinic, please contact NIIM Clinic reception on (03) 9804 0646