Welcome to Dr. Glenn Wilcox Health & IV Therapy Clinic
IV Therapy or Intravenous therapy involves the infusion of therapeutic substances. Infusion is the introduction of a solution into the body through a vein for therapeutic purposes. An infusion is generally allowed to slowly “drip” into the vein through a needle or catheter attached to an IV line which is attached to a bag or bottle of the solution. This is done at a controlled rate using the force of gravity. An IV push involves introducing the substance into the vein using a syringe to “push” the substance at a controlled rate. The rate for an IV push is usually a faster rate than for an IV infusion or drip and the amount of solution administered is usually much less for an IV push.
Intravenous Vitamin C
Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation
Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy
Nutritional IV Therapy
Since 1988, in New Mexico, Dr. Wilcox led the oriental medicine profession to initiate the creation of cutting-edge laws that have mandated insurance reimbursement for oriental medical services and that have evolved the oriental medicine scope of practice into the twenty-first century. These laws have served as an example to which other states and other healthcare professions aspire. Most notable is the creation of the Expanded Practice Board Certification. This authorizes New Mexico doctors of oriental medicine, with advanced training and certification, to integrate injection therapy, intravenous therapy and bioidentical hormone therapy into the oriental medical system, thus evolving the most mature, holistic and integrative system of medicine in the nation.
Dr. Wilcox maintains a Health Clinic & IV Therapy Clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico and consults with patients across the United States and in Canada. For more information visit DrGlennWilcox.com or call 505-771-4998.