Ali  Sheybani, MD -  - Internist

Ali Sheybani, MD

Internist & Primary Care Physician located in Sherman Oaks, CA

IV Injections Specialist

IV therapy is becoming one of the most popular ways to get energized, drop some weight, and feel better -- and it's an all-natural and non-drug way to do so. Dr. Ali Sheybani, MD, an internist and primary care physician at Ali Sheybani, MD in Sherman Oaks, California offers IV therapy to patients who need help in getting essential vitamins, minerals, and amino acids in the right amounts for optimal health. This therapy takes the guesswork out of getting the nutrients needed.
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IV Injections Q and A

What is IV therapy?

IV therapy is a way to get your full dose of essential vitamins, minerals, and amino acids the easy way. This type of treatment is particularly helpful for patients who are trying to lose weight, but it can be beneficial for anyone who wants to feel better and be healthier overall.

What can you expect during IV therapy?

During IV therapy at Dr. Sheybani's office, you'll relax for around half an hour while a fine needle delivers essential nutrients right into your bloodstream.

The majority of patients tolerate IV therapy exceptionally well. You may experience a cool sensation in your arm -- the delivery site -- and a mild mineral taste in your mouth, but these things are rarely troubling or problematic.

What are the benefits of IV therapy?

In addition to faster weight loss, many patients can also enjoy benefits like:

  • Reduced stress
  • Improved overall health
  • No more dehydration problems
  • Improved energy levels
  • Better sleep
  • Enhanced mood

Many patients notice significantly improved energy levels, decreased appetite, and other benefits after only one or two IV therapy sessions. As your health improves, the change is less dramatic and more stable.

How often do you need IV therapy?

The IV therapy schedule depends on the individual and their specific needs. Dr. Sheybani performs a full analysis when you begin your treatment to ensure that you get everything you need. Most patients benefit from sessions once or twice a week, but it does vary according to need.

Who is a good candidate for IV therapy?

Dr. Sheybani evaluates all patients before they begin an IV therapy regimen to ensure that they're viable candidates. If you're in good general health but need some help with nutrition, weight loss, or just feeling better, IV therapy might be right for you.

However, patients who retain fluid due to medical problems like kidney disease aren't well suited for this type of treatment. Most patients who want to try IV therapy are suitable for it.

Want to learn more about how IV therapy can change your health -- and your life? Make an appointment with Dr. Sheybani online now, or call the office for help today.

*Individual results may vary

Insurance Providers

We accept HMO, PPO, Medicare, and other major forms of insurance. Please call the office for more information. 

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