Infusion Center Ohio
Life-Changing Diagnosis Requires Life-Changing Treatment
Powerful infusion therapy treatments, sometimes as infrequently as once or twice a year for only a few hours, can be a game-changer and allow you to get back to living your best life!
We offer the most powerful MS, NMO, and migraine therapies delivered intravenously.
Our most effective therapies have been shown to slow MS disease progression.
Infusion is fast-acting and gets medication directly into the bloodstream so it can start working right away.
Infusion therapy can improve the overall treatment success rate for a host of chronic and acute conditions.
Feel at Home with the Expert MS Infusion Therapy at The Boster Center
Many of the most effective and powerful MS treatments are administered via intravenous infusion. In addition to personalized and expert neural-immunologic care, we offer private and spacious infusion rooms with large windows overlooking a beautiful Ohio forest. Our expert infusion nurses shepherd you through the process.
Family members are welcome to join our patients during infusion therapy sessions. At Boster, we treat you like family.
Powerful Infusions Can Make All the Difference in Your Treatment
We understand that some medical diagnoses are life-changing. We are here to provide you with our expert treatment plans and infusions to help you manage your condition and control the symptoms. Our infusion center offers you the convenience, privacy, comfort, and scheduling flexibility to accommodate your busy lifestyle.
Dr. Aaron Boster is a world-renowned Neurology physician specializing in the treatment of multiple sclerosis since 2006
Dr. Boster has extensive experience as a clinical trial investigator, helping to develop specific therapeutics and novel treatment modalities
The Boster Center has been open since 2020 and boasts a track record of success in treating neurological ailments
Infusion Therapy: A Powerful Tool and a Popular Treatment
Infusion therapy is a powerful tool for getting nourishment and medicine directly into your bloodstream quickly and effectively. Infusion therapy is a quick and poular treatment for a range of chronic and acute ailments:
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A Small Investment of Time for Infusion Therapy Affords You the Luxury of More Time For Yourself
With our infusion therapy delivering medicine directly into the bloodstream, your condition is managed quickly, conveniently, and effectively so you can get on with living your best life.
Consult with Dr. Boster
Get a quick consult with Dr. Boster, who will assess your condition and create your individualized infusion therapy plan.
We Get Everything Ready
Our infusion experts get your medication approved quickly and your infusion scheduled. No surprises, no stress.
Come in for your infusion. We make your treatment convenient, comfortable and hassle-free.
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The Disease Can Progress
Without effective treatment, your disease can progress. You can continue to be in pain and be at the mercy of frequent relapses.
Our proactive team can help manage the flare-ups and pain that can become frequent, intense, and overwhelming.
Start Feeling Better Faster
Whether you need infusion therapy for MS, arthritis, gastrointestinal ailments, or another medical condition requiring an infusion, our treatments have been proven to make you feel better faster.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an infusion center?
Just as in a hospital, an infusion center is a place where you can get treatment with medications through an IV. Patients might go to an infusion center if they need to get intravenous medication that can't be taken another way, like pills. The intravenous medication is put in a bag and infused through a catheter in the patient's arm or a pre-existing port/PICC line.
What are infusions used for?
Infusions are used for conveniently administering intravenous medication into the bloodstream. It's useful because it allows a patient to receive medication directly into the body quickly, making it more effective. Infusions are used for different types of medications such as fluids, antibiotics, or vitamins as well as other specialty medications.
Why would someone have an infusion?
Infusion therapy is often used for patients who need medicine quickly, or for those who can't take oral medications. Infusion is often used for patients who need a high dose of medicine that wouldn't be safe to take by mouth, or where the medicine wouldn't otherwise be absorbed well.
What is infusion therapy used to treat?
Infusion therapy can be used to treat many different types of diseases and conditions in patients, such as cancer, infections, dehydration, migraine headaches, and autoimmune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.
What are the different types of infusion therapy?
There are a few different types of infusion therapy, like IV therapy which is when the medicine is injected into a vein, and subcutaneous therapy which is when the medicine is injected just under the skin. There are also other types of infusion therapies too, like intrathecal therapy and epidural injections.
Is infusion therapy like chemotherapy?
Infusion therapy and chemotherapy are similar, in that they both involve medications that help to treat diseases. The difference is that chemotherapy is used to treat cancer cells, while infusion therapy is used to help treat other diseases, like autoimmune disorders, infections, and allergies. The medications used in infusion therapy are less powerful than those used in chemotherapy.
Is infusion therapy safe?
Infusion therapy is generally a safe means of treating disease, so long as it's done by a trained healthcare provider. However, there can be side effects, so it's important to talk to your physician and nurse if you're considering infusions at an infusion center. Of course, all medical treatments involve some degree of risk, and infusion-related reactions or an allergic reaction to the medication can occur. While not commonplace, infusion reactions can appear as irritation at the injection site or manifest as flu-like symptoms such as nausea, headache, swelling, shortness of breath, fatigue, fast heart rate, and body aches.
What are the side effects of an infusion?
The most common side effects associated with infusion therapy include soreness, swelling, or redness at the injection site, or feeling lightheaded or dizzy. Some patients may also have an allergic reaction to the medicine or nutrient, so it is important to talk to your doctor before starting infusion therapy at our infusion center.