Frequently Asked Questions
How do I begin?New Spring Wellness CenterCall 573-693-1977 and speak with one of our friendly staff to schedule an assessment appointment. During the assessment, a questionnaire and the patient’s current history and current medical status are reviewed. In some cases, a brief physical and blood tests may be required.
How long is treatment and what’s a typical day like?New Spring Wellness CenterTreatment is 5-14 days depending on the condition. This is an outpatient center so patients arrive to New Spring Wellness Center in the morning each day of treatment. Patients can return home or to their lodging when the prescribed IV drip for that day is complete. .The duration of treatment the first 1-2 days can be 8-10 hours. The remaining days typically last 4-6 hours. Upon arrival, an IV will be started by a licensed RN and infusion begins. Our center is equipped with individual patient rooms where you can rest in a comfortable recliner. You may watch TV, read, listen to music, use your own computer on our free WI-FI , or simply rest. Each room also comes equipped with a small desk and a convertible sofa bed. The sofa bed can comfortable seat an accompanying family member or serve as a resting place for you. There is a community room in the center for gathering over lunch or a game or puzzle. Just out the back door is a seating area for a little fresh air and sunshine. We will provide a healthy lunch and a variety of healthy snacks will be available.
Is NAD+ a cure?New Spring Wellness CenterNo, it is not a cure for chronic disease. Neuro Recover is a safe, effective management tool. In a clinical study, NAD+ was found to be an effective detox treatment for alcohol and opiate addicts as evidenced by a significant reduction in craving ratings. NAD+ was effective in reducing and maintaining the number of relapse episodes, as well as severity of drug cravings .NAD+ shows potential as a long-term therapy in maintaining sobriety through minimizing drug cravings and preventing relapse. But if the patient uses any mood-altering substances after treatment is complete, the brain’s chemical balance will be altered and physical cravings will likely return. However, if a patient does relapse, a simple one- or two-day booster will be sufficient for restoration provided the patient returns for a booster as soon as possible after using or if cravings return.
Is treatment safe?New Spring Wellness CenterYes. It is completely safe. Our licensed nurses work under the supervision of a licensed physician who approves a customized treatment plan and reviews each patient’s progress. The intravenous solutions are made by a U.S. licensed compounding pharmacy.
What conditions are treated?New Spring Wellness Center
- Chemical dependency to alcohol and/or drugs
- Anxiety, Chronic Stress and PTSD
- Reduced mental clarity and "Brain Fog"