NAD+ IV Therapy

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NAD+ IV Therapy

More Energy
Less Pain
Better Sleep

Call Today: 703-532-4892, Ext. 2

Intravenous NAD+ Therapy Benefits:

Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+) is naturally occurring coenzyme found in every cell of your body and plays a critical role in regulating cellular metabolism and energy homeostasis. In other words, NAD+ plays a major role in the body’s ability to produce the energy needed to fuel its basic functioning. Current research is revealing that there is a strong link between NAD+ levels in the body and how we age both mentally and physically.

Anti-Aging →

Replenishing cellular levels of NAD+ give your cells the opportunity to live longer, healthier lives. Research shows that as we age levels of NAD+ decline substantially either due to lifestyle, diet, stress, toxins, or a host of other factors. Because of its key role in many biological processes, when NAD+ levels are low we are more susceptible to neuro and muscular degeneration, it compromises our cardiometabolic health, and it compromises our capacity for cellular repair and resiliency.  In short, declining levels of NAD+ compromises our cells’ ability to create energy, resulting in accelerated aging and an increased risk of disease.

Brain Health  → 

Patients who have received NAD+ infusions report better focus and mental clarity. Neuroinflammation, amyloid-beta plaques, mitochondrial damage, and increased oxidative stress contribute to cognitive decline. NAD+- dependent enzymes called sirtuins have shown to benefit brain health by acting on amyloid plaques, repairing DNA, lowering inflammation, and promoting neuronal function, which in turn can prevent or delay the onset of mild cognitive decline.

Muscle Recovery →

Restoring cellular levels of NAD+ will keep cells young and resilient, which translates to increased energy, improved muscle recovery, and less soreness after strenuous workouts. NAD+ is found in every cell of your body and plays a critical role in regulating cellular metabolism and energy homeostasis. NAD+ Therapy is a natural way for athletes to enhance their athletic performance.

Reduces Pain →

NAD+ promotes healing from the inside out and improves many of the painful and debilitating symptoms of chronic illnesses. Low levels of NAD+ has a negative impact on several biological processes including cellular energy production, DNA repair, redox reactions, circadian rhythm, and immune response and inflammation.  And because NAD+ is administered as a high-dose intravenous infusion, it can bypass the digestive system and access your cells directly for better absorption.

Mental Health →

NAD+ treatments improve symptoms of depression, stress, anxiety, and PTSD.  Oxidative stress increases with age and leads to degenerative processes that can cause both physical and emotional pain. Restoring energy deficiencies at the cellular level boosts vital cell functions, especially in the brain.

Appointments: Call 703-532-4892, Ext. 2

What Our Patients Are Saying

My sleep is now more restful and I don’t feel that intense fatigue. And that also applies to my work, I feel that I have more mental capacity to take on tasks, and am able to accomplish them in less time. – Joan H.

On the days I get the NAD IV I am able to get full nights of sleep. These results are also reflected during the day, I get more things done and feel a boost of energy.  – Julia B.

NAD+ IV seemed to help a bit initially, but then there was a tipping point where my underlying energy increased dramatically. Tasks that seemed burdensome are now less daunting. I’m hopeful! – John R.
As an athlete who enjoys boot camp style exercise & Olympic lifting, I am often hindered by muscle fatigue & soreness. Since the NAD infusions, my recovery has drastically improved & I even achieved recently a personal record in deadlift! – LJ

It took a few IVs before I had a noticeable response, however, once I felt the effects they were dramatic. I have had a sustained increase in energy, improved sleep quality, & increased ability to concentrate. After years of chronic brain fog, I feel like my brain is waking up. My deep fatigue is significantly reduced & I feel much better equipped to live a normal life. – Patricia W.

Recommended Treatment

Patients will receive the infusion in a comfortable room under the care and supervision of our experienced medical staff who are extensively trained in IV administration. An assessment by a Kaplan physician, or a Physician Referral is required in advance of receiving NAD+ IV treatments.

Recommended IV dosage/schedule:

For optimal results, we prescribe a 6-gram dose administered over approximately 7 IV sessions. Depending on your preference, availability, and your doctor’s recommendation, these IV sessions may be scheduled once per week or more frequently (up to 2-3 sessions per week).

First IV – 500mg, 5 subsequent IVs of 1g/each, last IV – 500mg. Patients may choose to increase the number of sessions if smaller doses are preferred.


A portion of fees may be reimbursable if you have out-of-network benefits.

500mg – $695.00   |  1000mg (1g) – $950.00   |   7 IV series – $6,140.00*

*Cost includes 6 grams of NAD+ infusions and a consultation with a physician. A 15% discount is applied for full advanced payment (total with discount: $5,225.00)


If you have had cancer or endometriosis, NAD+ IV Therapy may not be suited or you. Please consult your physician prior to treatment.

Questions? Call 703-532-4892, ext. 2, to speak to a nurse today!

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