In-Home Vitamin D Shots

Vitamin D shots are a fast and easy way to boost vitamin D levels. Our registered nurse comes to your location to administer treatment.

What Is a Vitamin D Shot & Why Is It Important?

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is needed for the absorption of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and phosphate, which are essential for proper bone structure and overall immune function.

A vitamin D injection is a one-time treatment that offers superior absorption than traditional oral supplements. This treatment replenishes low vitamin D levels, which can help improve health targets such as:

  • Supports healthy bones
  • Supports immune system function
  • Boosts energy levels
  • Reduces symptoms of depression
  • Supports tissue and muscle function


Price: $249

Who Should Take Vitamin D Shots?

Vitamin D may be recommended as a preventative measure for people that are feeling symptoms of Vitamin D deficiency, live in less sunny environments or are not frequently exposed to the sun, post-menopausal women, and those with certain bone conditions.

Vitamin D deficiency symptoms include:

  • Fatigue
  • Bone and back pain
  • Frequent illness or infections
  • Hair loss
  • Muscle weakness, muscle aches, or muscle cramps
  • Mood changes, like depression.
  • Impaired wound healing

Diagnosing vitamin D deficiency 

Vitamin D deficiency can be diagnosed through a blood test.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can you take too much vitamin D?

Yes, it is possible to take too much vitamin D. Vitamin D toxicity can cause hypercalcemia, a buildup of calcium in your blood. This condition can cause symptoms such as weakness, nausea, vomiting, frequent urination, kidney problems, and more.

Are vitamin D shots better than oral supplements?

Yes. Because vitamin D shots are given intramuscularly, the ingredients bypass your digestive system so that the full dose is available to your body for maximum benefits. Vitamin D shots are rapidly available for your cells to use.

How often do you need vitamin D shots?

Frequency of treatment depends on individual circumstances such as the severity of vitamin D deficiency, medical history, and other factors. However, most people may receive 1 – 3 shots over the course of a year.

What happens if you don’t treat vitamin D deficiency?

Not treating vitamin D deficiency can cause rickets, a rare but treatable condition that causes fatigue, frequent illnesses, depression, and impacts bone and muscle health. In children, vitamin D deficiency can impact normal growth and development.