Denver, CO. November 06, 2014 “Colorado Recovery Infusion Center located in Denver, CO, is hosting an Open House at their integrative health and wellness center on Tuesday, November 11, from 4:00 to 8:00 PM to answer questions regarding their amino acid therapy.
Colorado Recovery Infusion Center (CRIC) specializes in traditional, holistic, and preventive medicine for clients across Colorado seeking to improve their overall health. Spearheaded by Beth Ballen MD, the CRIC provides customized treatment programs to fulfill their patients’ specific needs, including treating depression, anxiety, PTSD, addictions, weight management, and much more.
The aim of the Colorado Recovery Infusion Center is to provide the right support for patients to move closer to a balanced state of health rather than simply suppressing symptoms. While they offer multiple options and treatments to aid patients on a journey to a healthier life, the hallmark of their biochemical approach is their Intravenous (IV) Amino Acid, Vitamin, and Mineral Therapy.
As amino acid therapy is not widely understood, the Colorado Recovery Infusion Center hopes their Open House will succeed in answering a number of questions regarding the practice. This includes the question, “What is in the IV Amino Acid Therapy?” The CRIC uses a blend of amino acids, vitamins, and minerals in their IV therapy treatments, which allows an individual to better build protein in their body. The amino acid blend provides the necessary materials to create new neurotransmitters, including serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine, and GABA. Using IV therapy bypasses the digestive tract so optimal absorption can occur in the body. Such things as illness, stress, or alcohol and drug use drain the body’s neurotransmitter sources, so providing the body with the vital materials to produce more can significantly boost an individual’s mental and physical stamina.
Amino acid therapy administered by IV can help those struggling with alcohol and drug addiction by way of a natural detox, which is designed to get neurotransmitters back to normal, reduce or eliminate cravings, and treat symptoms of withdrawal. IV therapy also treats conditions such as anxiety or depression, unhealthy relationships with food (resulting in better weight management), and chronic illness or stress.
The staff at Colorado Recovery Infusion Center in Denver, CO, are highly experienced in administering IV therapy treatments in a safe, private, and nurturing environment. The CRIC provides their exclusive IV therapy treatment programs to patients from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs, and everywhere in between, such as Greenwood Village, Boulder, and Denver. Learn more about IV therapy on their website at https://coloradoivtherapy.com/, call them at (303) 913-8702, or join the Colorado Recovery Infusion Center at their Open House on November 11 by RSVP to BallenMedicalAssistant(at)Gmail(dot)com.”