Infusion Therapy for Inflammatory Eye Disease Q&A
Uveitis is an inflammation of the inside of your eye. Inflammation typically occurs when your immune system is battling an illness. Redness, pain, light sensitivity, blurred vision, and dark floating specks in the field of vision are some of the symptoms. Using infusion therapy for inflammatory eye disease ensures the necessary vitamins and nutrients are ingested as directly as possible and in the highest concentration possible. Dr. Nasser Nasseri, MD, offers Infusion therapy for inflammatory eye disease at Jean Walter Infusion. For more information, contact us or book an appointment online. We have convenient locations to serve you in Edgewater MD, Rosedale, Baltimore, Columbia, Glen Burnie, North Baltimore MD, and Catonsville MD.
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Eye infusion therapy is the administration of vitamins, minerals, and in some cases, medications by IV drip to help your body recover from health conditions affecting the eyes. Because IV is the most efficient method for delivering nutrients to your tissues and cells, eye infusion therapy is administered directly into your bloodstream.
Due to the fact that eye infusion therapy bypasses the digestive system, all nutrients are fully absorbed, and side effects associated with oral vitamins and minerals, for some patients, don’t occur. Eye infusion therapy can help with inflammatory eye disease and a whole host of other issues.
Inflammatory eye disease occurs when a patient experiences an inflammation of the eye, this can be triggered by a variety of factors. As a result of infection, allergies, autoimmune disorders, irritation, injuries, or trauma to the eyes, eyelids, or surrounding tissues, the eyes become inflamed.
Depending on the cause of the inflammation, different parts of the eye may be affected. Inflammation of the eye is common and can occur at any age. Depending on the type and severity of the underlying disease, disorder, or condition, eye inflammation, and treatment will last for a certain period of time.
Various factors, such as your age and overall health condition, will affect the duration of the effects of infusions. There are many treatments that last a few days, and some patients elect to receive regular IV therapy, such as every two weeks. The frequency of infusion therapy depends greatly on why you are receiving the therapy, and on your health goals.
A person’s IV cocktail will also determine the duration of their IV treatment. The effects of some ingredients last longer than those of others. Speak with staff at Jean Walter Infusion to find out how long treatment could last for your particular needs.
Inflammatory eye disease is treated with ocular therapy, an intravenous immunoglobulin immunomodulatory treatment. The therapy gives your body the tools it needs to fight the disease by delivering an optimized blend of vital nutrients directly into the circulatory system.
In addition to delivering nutrients to the body efficiently, IV drips address the overall health of the patient. Essentially, it is made up of IV fluids, the basis of most IV solutions that facilitate nutrient delivery, along with a specific blend of nutrients.
Ocular therapy IV blends are made up of nutrients that are beneficial to the eyes. They may also be used in combination with medications administered intravenously.
We consume foods and drinks that contain the vitamins and minerals our bodies need. Without enough of these nutrients, our bodies have a harder time fighting disease and achieving optimal wellness. The digestive tract breaks down nutrients and supplements when taken orally, and a fair amount is excreted. With IV therapy, nutrients bypass your digestive tract and reach the cells and tissues directly.
Using infusion therapy for inflammatory eye disease ensures the necessary vitamins and nutrients are ingested as directly as possible and in the highest concentration possible.
The goal of our team is to treat the whole person, not just a singular issue or symptom, in order to benefit the body as a whole and stimulate its self-healing mechanisms.
Despite the fact that certain conditions, such as the macular tissue in your retinas cannot self-heal, our individualized treatment plan can help slow or prevent damage so that you can keep your vision as long as possible.
A personalized treatment plan is developed based on a consultation with one of our clinicians. In our state-of-the-art facility, you’ll rest comfortably while our expert staff takes care of your IV line.
Dr. Nasser Nasseri, MD, and his staff give the necessary care and therapy to patients suffering from inflammatory eye disease. For more information, contact us or request an appointment online. We serve patients from Rosedale MD, Baltimore MD, Columbia MD, Glen Burnie MD, Catonsville MD, North Baltimore MD, Edgewater MD, Parkville MD, Middle River MD, Dundalk MD, Halethrope MD, Ellicott City MD, Laurel MD, Hebbville MD, and Woodlawn MD.