Enhance your overall physical and cognitive well-being by periodically experiencing vitamin/mineral injections.
Prices range from $15 - $25
Hello Energy! B12 is essential to the normal functioning of the entire nervous system as well as to the formation of red blood cells.
Stay Well! De-Stress, detox, and build your immune system with Vitamin C Injections
Biotin is important in maintaining the health of skin, hair and nails! Promotes new hair growth. Stops hair loss!
Lipotropic Weight Loss
Proven fat burners that aid in the removal of fat deposits throughout the body.
Anti-Aging and so much more! “The mother of all antioxidants”. It plays a crucial role ridding the body of of free radicals & toxins.
Magnesium / B2
Magnesium deficiency symptoms include fatigue, weakness, anxiety, irritability and headaches.
Build lean muscle mass and improve Your Physique! Sermorelin is a safe, effective therapy proven to enhance the body’s natural metabolic processes and treat the signs and symptoms of aging. Bodybuilding and athletic endeavors are possible once again as your energy, stamina, overall health and well-being return.
Your cells and organs need the raw materials provided by vitamins and minerals in order to function properly. Without them, they cannot initiate vital metabolic processes essential to our overall health. Even though a person may be taking oral vitamin and mineral supplements, the body is simply unable to efficiently convert and transport adequate amounts of nutrients to the cells due to multiple factors that most people are unaware of, such as food allergies, compromised immune systems and or poor digestion. Moreover, when people consume large amounts of vitamins orally it can result in gastrointestinal problems such as nausea, diarrhea and cramping.
A lipotropic injection is an intramuscular injection of vitamins (e.g. B vitamins) and amino acids. There is no standard lipotropic shot out there as the actual formulas tend to vary based on the medical provider’s experience.
At Results Mobile Health Care, we offer a customized ingredient blend that has been developed under the guidance of doctors and pharmacists to pack the best nutrition into one clean combination.
In contrast to oral supplements, an injection involves getting the vitamins injected directly into your muscle. While this sounds painful, it actually is relatively painless for most people. One good part about getting a vitamin shot in this way is that you bypass any absorption issues that your gut might have, leading to a full dose in your body. Additionally, if you get your vitamin injection from a high-quality source, you can feel confident that you are getting purified vitamins and not something else or even toxins or impurities.
Assuming that you have received a high-quality vitamin injection, the most common side effect (which is uncommon) is pain at the injection site. Also, there are people with medical conditions who can have more severe side effects and should not receive vitamin therapies.
Results Mobile Health Care Techs will check for these conditions before we administer one to you.
For anyone who is on the fence about getting an intramuscular lipotropic or B12 injection, we would recommend trying one from a reputable place. There are handful of reasons why someone should not get a vitamin shot (we screen everyone before administering one) but, for the most part, they are very safe and any excess vitamin will be excreted by your body.
At most, we recommend getting your vitamin injections once per week to start with. After 2 months, if you find they work for you, we recommend getting one at least once per month. These are just guidelines as the best thing you can do is pay attention to how your body feels after you get the vitamin shot and when you notice any effects wearing off.
Injections VS Oral
Women's Health Package
This panel examines the biomarkers related to fertility and the overall function of the female reproductive system. ++Some female hormones, specifically FSH, LH, progesterone, and estradiol vary throughout a woman’s monthly cycle. Check with your Ob/Gyn or physician for best days to test.