Welcome to Santa Fe Soul Optimal Health & IV Therapy Clinic
Santa Fe Soul Center for Optimal Health & IV Therapy Clinic is the vision of founder and director Robyn Benson, Doctor of Oriental Medicine. Welcome to this beautiful health mecca, to meet our highly experienced health care professionals who are here to help you regain your health and well-being. Set yourself free from sleep issues, weight, chronic headaches, pain, hormonal imbalances, digestive distress, anxiety, depression and so much more.
Choose from many of our services such as Acupuncture, IV Therapies, Life Coaching, Chiropractic, Prolozone, Skin Regeneration, Therapeutic Massage…. as well as our innovative leading-edge energy technologies.
Santa Fe Soul Center for Optimal Health has, as it’s focus, thirteen core values which embody the shared vision of it’s highly diverse team of practitioners and affiliates. These core values represent the different milestones each of us encounters on our path to healing and wholeness.
Bridges in Medicine
Collaborate with other healing professionals whenever appropriate.
Celebrate the joy of life and living with ceremony, music and song.
Provide ongoing opportunities for your continued education and fellowship, through workshops, seminars and travel.
Encourage self empowerment throughout the healing process.
Honor the environment, within our facility and without.
Provide complementary care to the whole family.
Health & Healing
Offer the broadest selection of complementary health and healing modalities.
Create harmony, healing and balance through the practice of movement, in all it’s many forms and traditions.
What is high-dose vitamin C?
Vitamin C (also called L-ascorbic acid or ascorbate) is a nutrient that humans must get from food or dietary supplements since it cannot be made in the body. Vitamin C is an antioxidant and helps prevent oxidative stress. It also works with enzymes to play a key role in making collagen.
When taken by intravenous (IV) infusion, vitamin C can reach much higher levels in the blood than when it is taken by mouth. Studies suggest that these higher levels of vitamin C may cause the death of cancer cells in the laboratory.
A severe deficiency (lack) of vitamin C in the diet causes scurvy, a disease with symptoms of extreme weakness, lethargy, easy bruising, and bleeding. The lack of vitamin C in patients with scurvy makes collagen thinner in texture; when vitamin C is given, collagen becomes thicker again.