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HO, HO, HELP!

published by Dr. Marcantel on December 14th, 2012 Print this page No Comments

IV therapy can build your immune system and support tired adrenal glands. is a naturopathic doctor in Gilbert, Arizona, who also serves the East Valley Cities of Mesa, Chandler, Tempe, Scottsdale, Queen Creek, Gold Canyon, Apache Junction, and the greater Phoenix area.

Stressed Santa

Is holiday stress wearing you down? An IV therapy treatment can feed your tired adrenal glands and boost your immune system!

The holidays are fun but the planning, parties, gift buying, traveling, and entertaining can be stressful. Along with that, the “season for sharing” doesn’t just mean gift giving—it often means being in close quarters with others who have colds, flu, or other contagious illnesses.

Periods of prolonged mental or physical stress reduce our bodies’ ability to fight off infections. An intravenous push of essential vitamins and minerals can feed and support tired adrenal glands to help your body deal better with stressful circumstances. Dr. Marcantel can also add homeopathic remedies to treat pain, viral infections, and immune deficiencies.

Give yourself the gift of health this holiday season. Call our office for more information about how IV therapy can help you be a happier and healthier Santa!

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Dr. Tina Marcantel, NMD
201 W. Guadalupe Rd. Ste. 202
Gilbert, AZ 85233
Office: 480-892-0211

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