Intravenous Therapies


IV therapies can benefit Parkinson’s disease by delivering essential nutrients directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive system for quicker absorption.

These therapies can provide targeted support, such as reducing oxidative stress, enhancing immune function, and improving symptom management and quality of life for patients.

There Are Several IV Treatments For Parkinson’s Disease That Can Have Many Health Benefits.


Phosphatidylcholine, a key component of cell embranes, may benefit Parkinson's disease by supporting brain health and function. Research suggests phosphatidylcholine could help alleviate symptoms and slow disease progression by promoting neuronal repair and protection.


Alpha lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant, shows promise in Parkinson's disease by reducing oxidative stress and inflammation, which are implicated in its progression. Studies suggest that alpha lipoic acid may help mitigate symptoms and protect against neuronal damage, offering potential therapeutic benefits for individuals with Parkinson's.


Glutathione offers potential benefits for Parkinson's disease by helping to reduce oxidative stress, aiding in the detoxification of cells, and supporting cellular health in the brain. Studies indicate that boosting glutathione levels may contribute to symptom relief and slow down the progression of the condition.


NAD+, a crucial coenzyme involved in cellular energy production and DNA repair, holds promise for Parkinson's disease by supporting mitochondrial function and promoting neuronal health. Boosting NAD+ may offer neuroprotective effects and can improve energy in those with Parkinson’s Disease.


Meyers Plus, a combination of essential vitamins and minerals administered intravenously, may benefit Parkinson's disease by supporting overall health and addressing nutritional deficiencies commonly seen in patients. Some individuals with Parkinson's report improvements in energy levels, mood, and cognitive function following Meyers Plus therapy.

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IV nutrient therapies have shown promise in supporting brain health and managing conditions like Parkinson’s disease by delivering vital nutrients directly to the bloodstream. These therapies can help replenish essential nutrients that are crucial for neurological function and may aid in mitigating symptoms associated with Parkinson’s, such as oxidative stress and inflammation. By targeting the brain with precise nutrient combinations, IV therapies offer a potential adjunctive approach to conventional treatments, promoting overall brain wellness and potentially enhancing the quality of life for individuals with Parkinson’s disease.

Intravenous therapies allow for the delivery of powerful nutrients into the bloodstream. By bypassing the digestive tract, the nutrients delivered through IV therapy can have a more potent effect on cellular health and whole-body health.

Several IV treatments can be helpful for Parkinson’s disease. At The Parkinson’s Plan, we have selected IV therapies that can have the following benefits:

  • Anti-Oxidant properties
  • Neuroprotection
  • Improving mitochondrial function
  • Anti-Inflammatory properties
  • Enhanced dopamine function
  • DNA repair
  • Enhanced autophagy
  • Neurotransmitter regulation

We Currently Offer The Following IV Therapies


$389/4-hour treatment Labs not needed

  • NAD+ is a vital coenzyme that supports energy production and DNA repair.
  • Increasing NAD+ levels may enhance mitochondrial function, cellular repair, and energy levels. NAD+ supplementation shows promise for brain health, longevity, and addressing age-related decline.
  • Research suggests NAD+ may have therapeutic potential for neurodegenerative diseases and metabolic disorders.

IV Glutathione

$189/45min treatment Labs not needed

  • Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant naturally produced in the body, crucial for detoxification and protecting cells from oxidative stress.
  • Increasing glutathione levels may support brain health by reducing oxidative damage and inflammation.
  • Studies suggest that glutathione depletion is associated with Parkinson’s disease progression, making it a target for therapeutic interventions.

IV Alpha Lipoic Acid

$175/1 hour treatment Labs needed

  • Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) is an antioxidant that supports cellular energy production and helps regenerate other antioxidants in the body.
  • ALA’s ability to penetrate the blood-brain barrier makes it a promising therapeutic agent for addressing oxidative damage and inflammation in the brain associated with Parkinson’s disease.

IV Phosphatydl Choline

$179/1 hour treatment Labs not needed

  • Phosphatidylcholine (PC) is a type of phospholipid essential for cell membrane structure and function, particularly in brain cells.
  • Supplementation with PC may support brain health by enhancing cell membrane integrity, neurotransmitter function, and cognitive performance.

IV Methylene Blue

$225/1 hour treatment Labs not needed

  • Methylene Blue has garnered interest due to its antioxidant and neuroprotective properties, which may help mitigate oxidative stress and protect brain cells from damage.
  • Additionally, it has been suggested to inhibit the aggregation of proteins associated with neurodegenerative diseases, potentially slowing disease progression.

IV Meyers Plus

$149/45min treatment Labs not needed

  • Meyers Plus is an intravenous nutrient therapy that typically includes a combination of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other nutrients.
  • Its potential benefits for brain health include supporting overall nutrient levels, enhancing cellular function, and mitigating oxidative stress.

Please note that pricing is subject to change and the pricing on this page may not reflect the most up to date pricing at the clinic.

At The Parkinson’s Plan, we offer an individualized approach to Parkinson’s.

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