IV Therapy Specialist

Central Florida Health and Rehab Clinic

Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation located in Orlando, FL

The combination of intravenous (IV) therapy and chiropractic adjustments has a remarkably high success rate for pain management. About 80% or more of afflicted individuals actually discontinue their potentially harmful pain medications after using this unique holistic pain relief approach. At  Central Florida Health and Rehab Clinic in Orlando, Florida, you’ll find comprehensive physical therapy and rehabilitation treatments all in one convenient location. Call the office or use the online appointment maker to arrange your IV therapy now.

IV Therapy Q & A

What is IV therapy?

IV therapy is a treatment in which you receive important vitamins through a small catheter in your vein. 

At Central Florida Health and Rehab Clinic, the team offers IV therapy as part of their pain management services. The IV therapy pain cocktail is a blend of different vitamins that relieve pain naturally, such as calcium, magnesium, B complex vitamins, and vitamin C. 


Your IV therapy is completely free of narcotics and other potentially harmful pharmaceuticals. Consistent with their philosophy of care, Central Florida Health and Rehab Clinic uses only the best natural holistic treatments.  

Why is IV therapy better than oral vitamins?

IV therapy allows you to get vitamins into your bloodstream intravenously rather than orally. The intravenous delivery method is highly efficient because it avoids your digestive system completely. 

You lose 90% of vitamins you take by mouth during the digestive process, giving you just a tiny amount of the vitamins you need. With IV therapy, you get almost 100% absorption. 

Taking vitamins by mouth is also a slow process. IV therapy gives you immediate effects, something that’s especially important when you’re in pain. 

When might I need IV therapy?

The Central Florida Health and Rehab Clinic team might recommend IV therapy if you have severe pain. Some of the most common reasons for needing IV pain therapy include:

  • Headaches
  • Muscle spasms
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Whiplash
  • Arthritis

In many cases, the team may recommend IV therapy as a supplement to other pain management treatments like chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy, electrotherapy, and hydrotherapy

What can I expect during IV therapy?

You’ll sit or lie back in a comfortable chair for IV therapy. The experienced team cleans your arm with a sterile swab, and then connects a slender catheter to a prominent vein. They’ll fix the catheter in place so you don’t have to worry about it slipping or falling out. 

With the catheter attached, you can now relax for 30-60 minutes as the infusion trickles into your vein. IV therapy isn’t uncomfortable, but you may notice a little coldness in your arm around the catheter. 

Once the infusion’s complete, the team disconnects your catheter and places a small bandage over the needle puncture if needed. You can immediately go back to your normal routine. Many people experience immediate pain relief with IV therapy. 

Contact Central Florida Health and Rehab Clinic by phone or through the online scheduler to book your IV therapy now.