Vitamin injections are fast becoming a great way to improve our health and wellbeing. Many of us are not getting enough in our daily diets due to dietary choices or medical deficiencies. 

We offer Vitamin B12 and C Intramuscular Injections in the clinic by both trained therapists Sally & Yvonne.  A consultation with your therapist can assess whether these would benefit you.  A course of treatment can be recommended or a single shot.

On average 1 in 10 people in the UK are believed to be Vitamin B12 deficient, which has been linked to an array of health and other issues.

Recent studies have shown there maybe a link between B12 deficiency and dementia, and low levels linked to reduced bone mass.

Vitamin B12

Naturally present in foods of animal origin, including fish, meat, poultry, eggs and dairy products.  In addition, fortified breakfast cereals and fortified nutritional yeasts.

Deficiencies are often seen in conditions such as; Chron's disease, Celiac disease, diseases of the gut. Often seen in vegetarian or vegan diet.

Benefits of Vitamin B12

  • Boost your energy levels
  • Improve your mood & positivity 
  • Improve sleep and wake
  • Reduces fatigue & tiredness
  • Creates healthy hair, skin and nails
  • Detoxifies the body
  • Helps Cognitive function
  • Improves body's metabolism - which can improve weight loss

Vitamin C 

Benefits of Vitamin C

Vitamin C is an essential nutrient in our diet. It has many important roles our body’s immune function, including:

  • wound healing
  • preventing damage to cells
  • building collagen
  • producing chemical messengers called neurotransmitters

Many people take vitamin C for general health or to boost their immune system. It’s also taken to treat vitamin C deficiency.

Vitamin C deficiency can lead to scurvy. Characteristic symptoms of vitamin C deficiency include:

  • swollen and bleeding gums
  • fatigue
  • poor wound healing
  • joint pain
  • loose teeth
  • coloured spots on the skin

In some cases, signs of scurvy can occur within a month of consuming less than 10 milligrams (mg) per day of vitamin C.

Today, scurvy is rare in developed countries. It’s most likely to occur in people who:

  • smoke
  • consume a limited variety of food
  • have nutrient absorption problems

Vitamin C injections are sometimes used off-label for other conditions, including:

  • cancer
  • general health
  • immune function
  • weight loss


Both Vitamins can be given intramuscularly as a one of injection or as part of a course.

We recommend a course of 4, one a week for 4 weeks followed by a top up injection one month later.

Prescription charge £20

Single injection £40

Course of 5 injections £160