Neuro IV Treatment

Peripheral neuropathy refers to the conditions that result when nerves are damaged, causing pain, pins-and-needles sensation, numbness, and weakness. Overwhelming evidence indicates that damaging free radicals and oxidative stress-induced tissue injury are an underlying cause of neuropathy. This powerful drip acts as fuel to protect your nerves from the free radicals, slows the disease damage to neurons, and promotes peripheral nerve regeneration.

NAD+, Glutathione
PLUS: B-Complex Vitamins, Vitamin B12, Folic Acid, Lipoic Acid, Taurine

Best Uses for Beauty IV Treatment

Boost Neuronal Energy

Slow Down Neuronal Loss

Repair Cellular Damage

Stop Feeling Sluggish

Potential Benefits

  • Promotes nerve regeneration

  • Reenergizes brain cells to recover from fatigue faster

  • Slows progression of peripheral neuropathy symptoms


NAD+ plays a pivotal role in preserving and protecting neuronal cells from the damaging free radicals and oxidative stress. Various studies examined the effect of NAD+ in neuropathy, in which neurons manifest mitochondrial dysfunction, impaired mitochondrial quality control and shortage of NAD+. NAD+ has a unique ability to protect nerve cells, induce DNA repair, and potentially promoting peripheral nerve regeneration in patients with neuropathy.

As a potent and ubiquitous antioxidant, Glutathione increases your body’s ability to detoxify damaging free radicals and heavy metals. Oxidative stress plays a prominent role in neuropathy. Glutathione is one of the main defense mechanisms that nerves utilize to compensate for oxidative stress, which underlies the molecular basis of neuronal cell death.

Lipoic Acid
Treatment with Lipoic Acid increases glutathione levels in neuronal cells. It can stimulate nerve growth factor and promotes fiber regeneration. It plays a predominant role in reducing pain, paresthesia, and numbness, preventing the progression of neuropathy.

What is exactly IV Therapy?

IV drip therapy is an effective way to deliver nutrients, vitamins, and medications to the body because this technique bypasses the digestive system. The drip is administered by a registered nurse via a catheter injected directly into the bloodstream, making the nutrients available for immediate use.

Aren't drips only used in hospitals?

Neurostrive’s IV therapy programs are led by our team of medical doctors and administered by trained medical practitioners. Our IV treatment rooms are designed to be relaxing, comfortable, and upscale. Clients who receive our service leave the experience feeling lifted, refreshed and relaxed, which is very different than the experience found in any emergency room.

How long does an IV treatment take?

Each person and protocol varies, but as a general guide, the treatment can last anywhere from 30-60 minutes.