Phosphatidylcholine (PTC) is a vital component of cell membranes found in every cell of the human body. It is a type of phospholipid and plays a crucial role in maintaining the structural integrity of cell membranes. In addition to its role in cell structure, phosphatidylcholine is also a source of choline, an essential nutrient that supports various bodily functions.
Rejuvenate MKE is proud to offer phosphatidylcholine IV infusions to address a variety of concerns. Benefits of these infusions include:
- Liver Support: Phosphatidylcholine is known for its liver-protective properties. It may assist in detoxifying the liver and supporting its optimal function, which is essential for overall health.
- Cell Membrane Health: Phosphatidylcholine helps maintain the integrity of cell membranes, which is essential for proper cellular function and overall health.
- Choline Source: Choline is a critical nutrient for brain health, metabolism, and other bodily functions. Phosphatidylcholine provides a bioavailable source of choline.
- Fat Metabolism: Phosphatidylcholine is involved in fat metabolism, and some individuals find that it may help with weight management and fat breakdown.
- Skin Health: PC may contribute to healthier, more radiant skin by supporting cell membrane health and potentially reducing the appearance of cellulite.
Importantly, Rejuvenate MKE offers PTC for two conditions that are unfortunately very prevalent in Wisconsin: mold toxicity and Lyme disease.
Mold toxicity, often referred to as mycotoxicosis, can result from exposure to mold and its mycotoxins, which can have detrimental effects on health. Phosphatidylcholine IV infusions can play a role in the management of mold toxicity by promoting detoxification and supporting the body’s ability to eliminate mycotoxins.
- Detoxification: Phosphatidylcholine is known for its ability to support liver detoxification, a crucial process for removing toxins, including mycotoxins, from the body.
- Cell Membrane Repair: Mold toxins can damage cell membranes. Phosphatidylcholine helps repair and maintain the integrity of these membranes, potentially mitigating some of the effects of mold exposure.
- Choline for Brain Health: Mold exposure can affect cognitive function. Phosphatidylcholine provides a source of choline, which is essential for brain health, potentially helping to counteract cognitive symptoms associated with mold toxicity.
Lyme disease, caused by the spirochete bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi, can lead to a range of symptoms affecting the nervous system, joints, and various organs. Phosphatidylcholine IV infusions may be used in the context of Lyme disease to support overall health and alleviate some of its effects.
- Cell Membrane Support: Phosphatidylcholine can assist in maintaining the structural integrity of cell membranes, which may help protect against damage from the inflammatory processes associated with Lyme disease.
- Neuroprotection: Lyme disease can affect the nervous system, leading to cognitive and neurological symptoms. Phosphatidylcholine’s support of brain health may be beneficial in addressing these symptoms.
- Immune System Support: PC can also contribute to immune system function, which is essential for the body’s ability to fight infections, including Lyme disease.
PTC infusions follow a protocol, starting with some lower doses and gradually increasing to the maximum dose. Infusions can be given 2-3 times per week following this protocol, and may require 4-6 weeks of treatment to achieve full benefit. Your protocol will be formulated with our provider so that it is tailored to fit your individual needs.
Please note: prices may change due to fluctuation in medication costs. We will do our best to notify our clients prior to price increases. We appreciate your understanding.
Starting at $199
Treatment protocol is 4 infusions initially, followed by additional doses based on patient need and tolerance. Each of the 4 initial treatments is $199 and the infusion takes approximately 90 minutes. Maintenance dosing can be given 1-3 times per week based on patient need and tolerance. Cost of each maintenance infusion is $239.