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IV Infusion Treatments at Suite Life

Infusion Therapies for Neurological Conditions

At Suite Life, we are redefining the treatment landscape for patients in Fall River. Our infusion therapy services are not just about delivering treatments; they are about providing a holistic and personalized care experience. We specialize in treating multiple sclerosis, mild cognitive impairement (MCI) or mild dementia due to Alzheimer's disease, chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy(CIDP), myasthenia gravis, migraines, and other neurological disorders with a focus on comfort, effectiveness, and patient-centered care.

We understand that traditional hospital settings can often be stressful and inconvenient, especially for those requiring ongoing treatments. We've designed our approach to reduce these challenges significantly.

Our spa-like facility offers a serene and private environment where you can focus on healing. Each private room has a comfortable recliner, access to TV and internet, and complimentary snacks. We also offer reserved parking spots right at our front door to ensure your visits are as hassle-free as possible.

We understand that these conditions can often feel overwhelming, which is why our professional team is committed to supporting you throughout your journey. Ready to change the way you experience healthcare? Get started with Suite Life today.




IV Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s Disease & More

Infusion therapy is an innovative treatment approach where medication is delivered directly into the bloodstream via an intravenous (IV) line. This method bypasses the digestive system, resulting in faster and more effective delivery of medication to the body.

At Suite Life, we offer infusion therapies specifically designed to treat neurological conditions, including:

  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIPD)
  • Hypogammaglobulinemia
  • Primary immunodeficiency (PI)
  • Idiopathic thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP)
  • Multifocal motor neuropathy (MMN)
  • Chronic migraine
  • Myasthenia gravis

We understand that living with a neurological condition can be challenging, which is why our infusion therapy services aim to alleviate symptoms and improve overall quality of life.

Additionally, safety and compassion are our top priorities, and we go the extra mile to ensure that each infusion treatment is administered with care and attention. Our team of professionals closely monitors each patient during their therapy session to ensure a safe and comfortable experience.

Frequently Asked Questions


The goal of Infusion Therapy for early stage dementia is to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease medications such as LEQEMBI can help you keep playing the roles you have for a longer period of time.

How does infusion therapy help with multiple sclerosis?

Infusion therapy for multiple sclerosis aims to slow down disease progression, decrease relapse rates, and improve a patient's quality of life. IV medications such as immunosuppressants or immune modulators can help reduce inflammation in the central nervous system, slowing down damage to nerve cells. This can lead to fewer flare-ups and improved overall function.

How often will I need to schedule infusion therapy sessions?

The frequency of your infusion therapy sessions will depend on your specific condition and treatment plan. Some patients may need to come in weekly, while others may only need treatment every few months. Our team will work with you to schedule appointments that fit your needs and help manage your symptoms effectively.

How can I get started with infusion therapy at Suite Life?

After your provider submits your referral to us, our team will contact you to welcome you to our clinic, schedule your first visit, verify your insurance information, and answer any questions you may have. The process is simple and stress-free, so you can focus on receiving the care you need.

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