Root Causes Adds New Infusion Therapy
Root Causes, in Fort Myers, has added nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) infusion therapy, a unique intravenous process for those interested in anti-aging of the brain or body, as well as individuals with mood disturbances, sleep problems or chronic lack of energy. The practice, one of a few in the U.S. to provide the therapy, is offering a buy one, get one free consultation during February for potential NAD use, not including the actual treatment or other potential health issues requiring a consult.
The treatment can help improve impaired concentration, focus, attention deficit disorder, joint pain, energy, chronic fatigue and inflammation. A relative of the B3 vitamin niacin, NAD+ is a co-enzyme found in the energy-producing mitochondria of every living cell, helping to move electrons, convert energy into a usable form and transfer energy between cells. It creates new neurotransmitters, hormones, collagen and more to help cells function optimally.
Location: 12734 Kenwood Lane, Ste. 84. For more information or a consultation, call 239-425-2900, email Doreen.RootCauses@gmail.com or visit RtCausesMD.com.
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