Our Oakville IV vitamin therapy clinic provides a wide variety of intravenous services. We understand that there are other clinical options for care but as naturopathic doctors, here’s how are standards surpass those of other providers.
Naturopathic Doctors Maintain the Highest Standard of Care
Our Naturopathic Doctors in Oakville have completed 8+ years of post-secondary training. Intravenous medicine is a further specialization that requires 2 post-doctoral examinations, additional training in emergency medicine and yearly updates in health care provider level CPR and emergency medicine. This means that you can be sure that your Naturopathic Doctor is delivering the most up-to-date standard of care in the industry.
Naturopaths Maintain Stringent Safety Regulations
When it comes to IV therapy, Naturopathic doctors are actually held to higher safety standards than any other health care provider. With recent changes to regulations in Ontario, NDs must now make IVs and store IV-related equipment in a very particular way in order to ensure that you are receiving the safest and most reliable treatment possible.
Naturopathic Doctors Use An Evidence-Based Approach
Naturopathic medicine is a science-based approach to healthcare. Identifying the unique aspects of each patient concern, and addressing the root cause of disease is the primary goal. There is a tremendous amount of scientific literature to support vitamin and nutrient therapies to promote healing. Our Naturopathic doctors provide up-to-date and evidence based treatments to help you truly heal and feel your best.
All Natural Treatment Only
We have seen IV treatments provided by Spas & Medical Doctors that include everything from NSAIDs (like Advil & Tylenol) to drugs used in chemotherapy treatments. At Bronte Wellness Boutique, our Naturopathic Doctors use only activated forms of nutrients and vitamins in your IV drip. This ensures that your treatment is as safe and natural as possible.
Naturopathic Doctors are Covered by Benefits
If you have benefits for Naturopathic Medicine through your extended health care plan, you are likely eligible to claim a portion of your IV treatments. Check with your insurance provider for more information.