Powerful medications to treat IBD.
Infusion therapy involves giving medications through an intravenous (IV) line at one of our centers, rather than oral medications (pills) or injections you or a loved one can do at home. There are several reasons why your doctor may recommend infusion therapy to treat your inflammatory bowel disease (IBD):
The medication you need may not be as effective in pill form
You may need to receive the medication in a controlled setting
You may no longer be responding to other medication types
If you need infusion therapy for Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, our team is here to help. We use the latest, most effective infusion medications to treat IBD.
You’ll need regular appointments every few weeks for your infusion therapy. The exact schedule depends on the specific medication you take. We offer convenient scheduling for your infusion treatments, including after-hours appointments.
Infusion therapy medications we offer
You and your doctor will decide together what medications are right for you and your condition. Some of the many infusion therapy medications we provide include: