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Vitamin D

  • £60 per injection
  • A course of 3 £150

The sunshine vitamin, increasing that happy feeling

Vitamin D may regulate mood and reduce depression

Injections deliver a straight shot of vitamin D3 to the bloodstream. This makes these shots highly effective for anyone who wants to focus on increasing their vitamin D levels.

An intramuscular injection of vitamin D is given into the Deltoid muscle in the side of the upper arm. When injected into the muscle it passes quickly and easily into the blood stream. The procedure is very quick, you may feel a short, sharp pain during the injection.

Energy boosting vitamin D shots for when you are lacking natural sunlight that normally raises vitamin D levels.

Vitamin D is made in our skin in response to exposure to sunlight and is essential in the development of strong bones and for general health. There is also evidence to suggest Vitamin D can help prevent diseases such as Cancer, Diabetes and Heart Disease.

Vitamin D deficiency is very common in the UK with a recent survey showing more than 50% of UK adults may be deficient in Vitamin D.

A Vitamin D shot is great for endurance athletes for healthy bones .  Anyone not getting enough sun exposure ie, working from home, visiting/living from a hotter climate

Mild Vitamin D deficiency can cause tiredness and general aches and pains, progressing to rickets (in children) and osteomalacia (in adults) with more severe deficiencies.

Vitamin D levels can be measured with a simple blood test which you can request from your GP.  

What are the benefits of Vitamin D injections?

There are many benefits to having a vitamin D injection, including:

  • Promotes proper absorption of calcium and phosphate aiding healthy bones and teeth
  • Reduced risk of bone fractures (especially in over 60s)
  • Boost the immune, brain, and nervous system health
  • Helps regulate insulin levels and diabetes management
  • Supports lung function and cardiovascular health

How many injections are needed?

What do we recommend? 3 injections per year, at divided intervals. This is dependent on the patient’s personal circumstances, including medical history.

Please ask your GP if you have any concerns regarding how many injections to have.