What is iron deficiency..

If the iron levels in your body are low you can become iron deficient this is the most common nutrient deficiency in the world. In women iron deficiency can be problematic due to heavy menstrual periods and is following pregnancy.

Over time, iron deficiency can mean that your body makes fewer healthy red blood cells, a condition know as Iron Deficiency Anaemia (IDA). There are many symptoms of iron deficiency anemia, however one of the main signs is feeling fatigued or exhausted because your blood is less able to transport oxygen around your body.

If iron deficiency is not treated there can be long-term consequences for your health. Fatigue and other symptoms of iron deficiency can also adversely affect your quality of life and reduce your ability to concentrate and be productive at work.

Treating Iron Deficiency..

The Iron Clinic specialises in the provision of intravenous iron infusions; there are several options for the treatment of iron deficiency including diet and tablets. Our highly trained staff are experts in giving intravenous iron infusions, providing the necessary medical treatment in private comfortable surroundings.

Worldwide, intravenous iron is common practice with over 30,000 injections every month in Australia, for example. It is very effective in women’s health to rapidly correct iron deficiency and anaemia with proven benefits include, vitality, increase quality of life, benefit hair growth, and also improve exercise ability. Intravenous iron is also beneficial in many illnesses associated with iron deficiency and anaemia, such as; heart disease, cancer therapy and patients undergoing operations.

Book an appointment..

Our staff are available and happy to answer your every question.

To book an appointment or an assessment:

020 3875 8171

info@theironclinic.co.uk
  • I felt tired, faint and had suffered hair loss. Prof. Richards recommended an intravenous iron infusion which resulted in an improvement in both my energy levels and symptoms within the same week.

    S.A
  • I did the 5km park run in 24:42 minutes this morning – before the iron I did it in 27:09. That’s a huge improvement, I’m really delighted and I felt much better doing it too.

    J.Y