BioPlenish is a health and wellness facility specializing in IV therapy, which opened a new location in The Woodlands on Sept. 12.

BioPlenish is a health and wellness facility specializing in IV therapy, which opened a new location in The Woodlands on Sept. 12. Courtesy BioPlenish

BioPlenish, a new health and wellness facility that offers IV therapy, opened Sept. 12 at 16610 I-45 N., Ste. 222, The Woodlands.

The facility offers IV treatments, which can improve conditions of chronic fatigue syndrome, celiac disease, sinus infections, fibromyalgia, adrenal fatigue and allergies. It can also mitigate the effects of cancer treatments such as chemotherapy.

By appointment only, BioPlenish has a licensed lypossage therapist onsite every Wednesday, as well as a nutritionist, doctor and an IV technician throughout the week.

“We chose The Woodlands for our location because we felt there was a need for a facility that offered our services,” office manager Joni McGaugh said. “We are excited to join this community.”

Benefits of IV therapy can include strengthening of the immune system, detoxification, reduction of inflammation, increased energy and direct administration of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants into the bloodstream.

BioPlenish will offer specials for patients during their soft opening period and will have a grand opening event later this month after its membership in The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce is finalized.

BioPlenish

16610 I-45 N., Ste. 222, The Woodlands
281-295-1641
www.bioplenish.com
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

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