Let’s Drip! IV for Immunity Support

by AIM Staff Planning to get sick this fall? Well neither are we, but we can’t deny the increase in viruses and bacteria that are introduced into our lives with kids going back to school.  To prevent and treat, our doctors here at AIM turn to immune boosting IV Drip Vitamin therapies as their first … Continued

What’s the best IV to get right now: AIM Multi-Vitamin or AIM Anti-Viral?

by Dr. Daniel Riordan IV, ND With COVID in the news and promising research on High Dose Vitamin C, Patients have been asking lately what the big difference is between our AIM “Multi-Vitamin” IVs and AIM “Anti-Viral” IV’s, and which one might be better during this pandemic. The main difference is the amount of Vitamin … Continued

Preggers?  Keep your nutrients up with IV Infusions!

By AIM Staff As a mom to be, you are of course doing everything you can to have a healthy newborn. Have you considered IV Therapy for nutrients during your pregnancy? Intravenous Vitamin Therapy for pregnancy will directly inject each nutrient that you need into your bloodstream.  Through bypassing the digestive system, your body’s cells … Continued

IV Therapy Pre and Post Surgery—Prepare Better; Recover Faster

IV Therapy Pre and Post Surgery—Prepare Better; Recover Faster By Dr. Mohammad Shegeft The purpose of a surgical procedure is to correct a problem within the body.  In most cases, the surgery achieves its goal and the person returns to a better state of health.  However as far as the body is concerned, the process … Continued

IV Spotlight: Chelation Therapy and Heavy Metal Detoxification

By Dr. Mohammad Shegeft, ND   Heavy Metal Chelations using EDTA Ethyl Diamine Tetraacetic Acid (EDTA) was developed in Europe in the first half of the last century for use in industry and water purification (removal of lead).  In 1940s, the US naval physicians began noticing numerous incidents of lead poisoning among sailors assigned the … Continued

Free Radicals and Anti-Aging

By Dr. Mohammad Shegeft As an integrative practitioner of family medicine, in addition to working with chronically ill people using IV nutritional therapy, I work with athletes to improve their performance and to speed their recovery and even to regenerate smoother and healthier skin. In today’s society, it feels like we are always on the … Continued

The Spring Cold and Flu Season

by Dr. Brooke Azie-Rentz The holidays have come and gone and Spring is in the air, but the cold and flu season is going full steam ahead, and it is bad this year.  Here at Alpine Integrated Medicine, we believe that prevention is the best medicine, but sometimes that is not enough.  Here are some … Continued

GI Case Studies–What can we Learn?

  by Dr. Mohammad Shegeft Generally, it can be useful to take vitamins and minerals orally, and we recommend that when appropriate.  However, if vitamins and minerals are not adequately absorbed into the body, they are useless.  Frequently, due to certain disease states that create intestinal imbalance and malabsorption, patients do not adequately absorb vitamins … Continued