IV Therapy – Whistler’s Only VIP IV Lounge
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IV Therapy - Luxury VIP Lounge in Whistler, BC
Whistler Medical Aesthetics® is the only Physician Directed Med Spa in Whistler, BC. Medical Director Dr. Sarah Kennea leads her team of Registered Nurses to provide cutting-edge, optimized IV Therapy in a luxury clinical environment,
IV therapy, also known as intravenous therapy, is a treatment method that involves administering vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients directly into the bloodstream through a vein. This delivery method allows higher concentrations of nutrients to reach the body’s cells, resulting in more effective and immediate results.
One of the most luxurious places to experience IV therapy is at the Whistler IV Health & Wellness Lounge at Whistler Medical Aesthetics.
The IV Lounge in Whistler offers a relaxing and rejuvenating experience for those looking to enhance their health and wellness while on vacation.
One of the main benefits of IV therapy is the ability to replenish and hydrate the body quickly. IV therapy can help with various issues, including fatigue, jet lag, and dehydration caused by intense physical activity. It can also boost the immune system, improve skin health, and provide relief from hangovers.
Another benefit of IV therapy is the ability to target specific health concerns. IV therapy can be customized to address specific deficiencies, such as vitamin C for immune support or B12 for energy. It can also be used to support recovery from illness or injury.
The IV Lounges in Whistler offer a range of IV therapy options, including the popular Myers Cocktail and the Glutathione Push. The Myers Cocktail is a blend of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, B vitamins, and magnesium, that can help boost energy levels and improve overall health. On the other hand, the Glutathione Push is a powerful antioxidant that can help detoxify the body and improve skin health.
In addition to the health benefits, the IV Lounges in Whistler offer a luxurious spa-like atmosphere. Guests can relax in comfortable chairs, enjoy refreshments, and watch TV while receiving IV therapy. It is a perfect way to unwind and recharge after a day of skiing or other outdoor activities.
In conclusion, IV therapy is a powerful and effective way to enhance health and wellness. The luxury Whistler IV Lounges offer a unique and rejuvenating experience for those looking to improve their health while on vacation. With a range of IV therapy options and a relaxing spa-like atmosphere, it is the perfect way to replenish and rejuvenate the body.
Benefits of IV Therapies
- Immune Boost
- Anxiety & Stress
- Jet Lag
- Anti Ageing
- Skin Health & Wellness
- Iron Deficiency
- Promoting faster weight loss
- Curing hangover symptoms
- Treating certain nutrient deficiencies
- Cleansing your body of toxins and free radicals
- Increasing your energy levels
- Treatment Time:
30 Mins – 2 hours
- Post Treatment:
- Expected Results:
How does it work?
Relaxation is an important part of healing. Our Luxury VIP Lounge features purpose designed loungers and complimentary herbal teas & refreshments. Your body and mind respond more positively when relaxed and at rest.
All of our IV Cocktails are Physician designed and Approved. Each IV is tailor made with enriching nutrients to flood your body and nourish your system at the cellular level.
IV vitamin therapy delivers high doses of vitamins, minerals and amino acids in combinations to help support a variety of conditions including sleep, immunity, hydration and much more.
I have been dealing with post concussion symptoms for 3+ years having seemingly plateaued despite numerous treatments. I have had IV treatments in the past from other practitioners, with little result, but upon Dr Kennea’s recommendation got a NAD IV treatment. The result was amazing; it’s the closest to normal I have felt since the injury. My sleep and energy levels noticeably improved, but most impressive was the improvement in my cognition and neuro fatigue. Prior to the treatment, my brain felt a constant “strain” at all times making every task more difficult, which was very noticeably gone after the NAD. ….