Cancer Care - IV Therapy

IV therapies are treatments that are administered via intravenous (IV) infusion. The IV administration allows much higher concentrations of a substance to be achieved and circulate in the blood than what is possible by other routes of administration. The use of IV therapies can have different effects than taking the same substances orally.

IV treatments are provided in a group setting at the CHI by Registered Nurses (RNs) and IV-certified Naturopathic Doctors (NDs).

IV therapies may:

  • Support quality of life during treatment for cancer
  • Reduce cancer-treatment related symptoms including: fatigue, nausea, and lack of appetite
  • Improve treatment outcomes or slow cancer progression

IV therapies at the CHI are supportive and not intended as alternatives to chemotherapy, radiation, surgery or other hospital based treatments. 

Eligibility for IV therapy is determined through visits with your CHI care team including ND, MD, and NP. IV therapies are not suitable for every patient under our care.

To read the answers to Frequently Asked Questions about IV Vitamin C therapy, please see the Intravenous (IV) Therapies (including IV Vitamin C) FAQs section of our FAQs Page. 

To read the research summaries about these IV therapies, please see the Research Summaries for Integrative Therapies section of our Research Page. 

IV Clinic Hours

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

9:30 am - 12:30 pm
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm


Initial IV Consultation
with Nurse Practitioner

25 - 40 Minutes: $95 - $145

IV Therapies - Dose Determines Fee*
Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)   $125 - $210
Myers & Immune Support  $150 - $180
Mistletoe  $150 - $245
Curcumin  $125 - $270
ALA & DCA  $195 - $245

Ports $10
Grippers $20


* Requires prescription from Nurse Practitioner