Ask a Nurse: Getting educated in wellness

As someone who considers herself a perpetual student, I’m a big proponent of the old adage “never stop learning.” Because this is one of my mottos that I try to live by, I will be one of the presenters at a free event: A Night for Wellness Education.

Other presenters will include Dr. Dale Wickstrom-Hill (also a PCMA member), on the topic of bio-identical hormone replacement; Mary Gietz on the topic of food allergies; and Patrick Brennan will present on the topic of Nutritional Frontiers. My presentation will be focusing on IV Nutritional Therapy.

If you’re asking yourself what IV nutritional therapy is, you will definitely benefit from this presentation, but here’s a very short summary: it basically means to provide essential nutrients to the body by injecting it directly into the body’s bloodstream via a small needle.

How does it benefit others? When administered properly, it may lead to improvement in symptoms of several common disorders including but not limited to: immune dysfunction, fatigue, macular degeneration, bacterial/viral/fungal illness, hypertension, and chemical toxicity.

The event is being held November 13 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Perfect Form Center for Wellness & Anti-Aging, 145 Avenue G Southwest, Winter Haven. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served by Arabella’s.

If you have questions about IV Nutritional Therapy, the upcoming event, or would like to know more about one of the other topics being presented, email me at


BIO: Hollie Hill is a critical care nurse and co-creator of Perfect Form Center for Wellness & Anti-Aging in Winter Haven. When Hollie is not working, she enjoys spending time with her two beautiful children, and is a perpetual student of her profession.



story by by HOLLIE HILL, RN, BSN, CFO


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