- Full Name: Dr. Hannah Webb, ND
- Location: 130 McPhillips Ave
- Phone: 250-999-9371
- Expires: 22 days, 7 hours
I am offering a promotion on B12 shots for the month of June/July:
15 minute visit with B12/B9 combo injection + a requisition to have your B12 levels checked at Life Labs
If you suspect you have low B12 levels, or are simply struggling with low energy and fatigue, come on in!
Booking is available online at: https://www.smartnd.ca/online-booking/2180
Patients are not required to be current patients of the clinic.
More information about B12 injections:
Individuals at RISK of low B12/B9 status include: older adults, vegetarians, pregnant or lactating women, and alcoholics. This is also found in patients diagnosed with pernicious anemia, gastrointestinal disorders (such as Celiac, Crohn’s, pancreatic insufficiency, SIBO, tapeworms), or patients who have undergone GI tract surgery to remove part of the stomach. Individuals who have taken medications including proton pump inhibitors, H2 receptor antagonists (both for gastric reflux or ulcers), metformin, or chloramphenicol, are also at risk, as well as individuals with autoimmune conditions such as thyroid conditions, type I diabetes, or vitiligo. Finally, there are some rare genetic disorders that can interfere with sufficient B12 levels.
TREATMENT BENEFITS: B12 supplementation resolves symptoms of B12 deficiency, which can result in increased energy and endurance, improved mental clarity and memory, better sleep, reduced irritability, reduction in neurological symptoms such as numbness or gait problems. Supplementation of B12 to the necessary levels also decreases risk of dementia and cardiovascular disease (if there are elevated homocysteine levels, a marker of low level B12 deficiency). B12 and B9 are also important for pregnant or pre-pregant women to prevent neural tube defects in a developing fetus.
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