Pharmacy shelves across the country are stocked full of vitamins offering relief from joint pain. But how do you know which ones are truly helpful? At the IV Therapy Center of Beverly Hills you won’t have to guess, and you won’t have to worry about taking useless pills or supplements your body doesn’t need. You’ll get expert advice from a board-certified physician who will help you determine exactly which vitamins and minerals are right for your arthritis, joint pain, or joint healing. You’ll also get access to medical quality intravenous and injectable vitamins, so there’s no need to worry about what exactly it is you’re getting.

Treating Joint Pain with Vitamins

Joint pain comes in a number of different forms. Some of the most common include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, bursitis, as well as injuries such as sprains and strains. For some, alleviating joint pain is a matter of healing an injury and getting the body back to where it was, while for others it’s all about managing pain and reducing inflammation over time.

While the exact vitamins you take will depend upon your specific condition, there are a number of vitamins available that can help strengthen joints, reduce inflammation, and improve overall mobility.

Top Vitamins for Joint Pain

Below are some of the most common vitamins used for joint pain. However, the only way to truly determine which vitamins are right for you is to see our expert for a diagnostic evaluation.


Also known as Methylsulfonylmethane, MSM is a sulfur-containing molecule that works to build cartilage in the body. It has been shown to be effective for treating arthritis.


Glucosamine is a fatty acid that helps to rebuild and repair cartilage in the joints. It has also been shown effective in relieving the joint pain caused by arthritis.

Chondroitin Sulfate

Along with glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate is helpful in strengthening joints and rebuilding damaged cartilage.

Vitamin D

Patients who are low on vitamin D can experience a number of negative symptoms, including chronic pain. Making sure you have an adequate amount of vitamin D is an important step in ruling out other causes of joint pain.

Vitamin C

Some research has shown that people who have a high level of vitamin C are less likely to develop joint pain due to arthritis.

Contact an IV Vitamin Therapy Expert

Are you thinking about using vitamins to treat joint pain, arthritis, osteoarthritis, or other condition? Contact the experts at the IV Therapy Center of Beverly Hills today. We’ll help you determine which vitamins you need and how much. That way you won’t waste time and money taking substances you don’t need. Call us today to learn more or to schedule an appointment to find out how vitamins can help your joint pain!

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