IV and Injection Supportive Therapies



IV therapies at MIMI’s Clinic

Myers Cocktail

Myers cocktail is a nutrient cocktail developed by John Myers, a physician from Baltimore, Maryland. It is administered by intravenous infusion and is used as an integrated treatment for a broad range of conditions including asthma, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue. It can also be useful to aid in recovery from viral and other illnesses, or anytime you may be feeling “run down” or depleted.

Typically a Myers cocktail is a vitamin and mineral mix of:

Vitamin C, Magnesium, Calcium, B12, B5, B6, Thiamine, Ribloflavin and Niacinamide.


Glutathione is an antioxidant that our cells produce to combat oxidative stress (cellular rusting). Oxidative stress occurs when there is an imbalance between the production of free radicals and your body’s ability to fight them off. Glutathione can help fight off the impact of oxidative stress, which is related to many chronic diseases and aging.

IV Glutathione can quickly restore your cellular levels of glutathione. Many conditions respond well to regular glutathione infusions.


Engystol is a homeopathic preparation that can be give IV or IM to boost our immune system during cold & flu season, or when we are ill.


JumpStart is an energetically based formula similar to Myers+glutathione with slightly different nutrients important for cellular function and repair.


Injection Therapies at MIMI’s Clinic

B12 – as methylcobalamin, appropriate for those with or without MTHFR mutation that impairs methylation of cobalamin (B12)

Caught in Time – A blend of vitamins and minerals to support the immune system

Vitamin D – For those who are severely vitamin D deficient, IM vitamin D can be an option

Engystol – a homeopathic preparation that can be give IV or IM to boost our immune system during cold & flu season, or when we are ill.


Trigger Point Injections (TPIs)

TPIs can be done with lidocaine, Traumeel or other preparations to support reduction of pain and inflammations in specific points or areas. A trigger point is palpated (felt) and then injected with a small needle.


Joint and other injections

We do many other types of injections to help reduce pain and support healing. We determine what may be best for you during your initial consult and then plan a healing program from there. As part of your care team, you are integral to all decision making and health optimization planning.

Some options for joint and tissue injections include:

  • PRP (platelet rich plasma)
  • Peptide therapy
  • Hyaluronic Acid preparations
  • Traumeel and Zeel injections
  • Biologic allografts
  • Ozone, prolo and prolozone therapy
  • Neural therapy


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