Lab Services

IV services at Friday Health clinic

What are Lab Services?

Intramuscular and Intravenous Therapy 

Bypassing the digestive tract, vitamins and minerals are delivered directly to the tissues for optimal absorption. 

Intramuscular Injections include: Mitochondrial, Adrenal and Metabolic Support, Vitamin B12, NAD+, and Vitamin D 

IV Nutrient Therapy includes: Vitamin C, B Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids, Glutathione, NAD+, Hydrogen Peroxide and Ozone in the form of Major Autohemotherapy.

Treatment Process

Intramuscular injections are administered to the upper arm or glute region, quickly delivering a high dose of nutrients. 

Intravenous therapy is administered to the bloodstream delivering a high dose of nutrients for immediate uptake and absorption. Each nutrient formulation is tailored to the specific needs of each patient. IV nutrients are administered over the course of an hour in our comfortable space. 

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Lab Services

Applicable Conditions & Symptoms

As primary health care providers our Lab Services Practioners treat chronic and acute illnesses including:

Nutrient Deficiencies



Immune System Support


Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy

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Frequently Asked Questions

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This procedure is simple and quick. The doctor will take time prior to the injection to check in with how you are feeling and prep the injection site. The injection itself lasts seconds. 

Your IV will take anywhere from 1-3 hours depending on your specifically prescribed formula. We recommend bringing a book or headphones with you to help pass the time during your treatment. 

Hydration: Drink water before, during and especially after your IV.  

Please bring a high protein snack to eat during your IV, as it is common to experience minor nausea during the infusion. 

Most post IV symptoms are just the IV nutrients working through your system.  Increased or decreased energy, increased or decreased desire to sleep or eat are normal in the first day or two after an IV.  It is normal to be thirsty and occasionally nauseated.