IVRx at Yunique Medical
The founder of Yunique Medical—Larry Siegel, ARNP—is proud to partner with Dr. Mitch Ghen, D.O., Ph.D. to deliver Central Florida the most cutting-edge medicine. Yunique Medical’s innovative anti-aging medicine combined with IVRx delivers premium results—fast.
IVRx features intravenous therapies that put fluids directly into the bloodstream using a minimally invasive procedure, which allows 100% of the nutrients, vitamins, minerals, and fluids to be absorbed immediately on a cellular level.
Benefits of IVRx:
- Helps decrease inflammation
- Aids in autoimmune disease management
- Delivers fast relief from a number of ailments
- Brings complete hydration to the body
- Has 10x more absorption than oral supplementation
- Protects the immune system
When Should I Go:
- If you are starting to feel a cold coming on
- When having an autoimmune disease flare
- When you feel depleted or have a loss of energy
- After strenuous activity where the body loses a large number of fluids
- If you’ve been over-served
- If you have muscle weakness—especially from a medical condition
- When you feel a headache or migraine coming on
Meet the Providers
Mitch Ghen, DO, Ph.D.
Dr. Mitch Ghen has over 36 years of experience in anti-aging, holistic, and integrative medicine. He is an expert clinician and researcher in the field of stem cell transplantation. In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Mitch has authored dozens of articles in peer-reviewed journals and co-authored four textbooks, including The Advanced Guide to Longevity Medicine, The Ghen and Raine’s Guide to Compounding Pharmaceuticals, the Anti-Aging Physicians’ Handbook for Compounding Pharmaceuticals, and his newest, The Essentials and Science of IV Parenteral Medicine.
Dr. Ghen is an international lecturer on advanced functional diagnostics and treatments, IV nutrition, bioidentical hormone replacement, and stem cell transplantation. He is noted to be one of the premier teachers at conferences and seminars on integrative medicine and his vast academic knowledge, coupled with his entertaining delivery makes him a well sought-after presenter. According to the President of the American Academy for Anti-Aging Medicine, the largest organization of its kind of 30,000 physicians in over 113 countries, Dr. Mitch is considered one of the top ten anti-aging physicians and consultants in the world.
Dr. Mitch has been a host and guest on hundreds of television and radio programs as an expert in functional medicine and alternative health, including hosting of the Dr. Mitch Show on SiriusXM and the largest health talk program in South Florida, The Dr. Mitch Show, on WFTL 850 for over 7 years. He was the medical expert on the Andy Dean Show “America Now” and the nationally syndicated morning Sam Sorbo show. Currently, he is on weekly radio shows every Tuesday from 6pm-8pm at a local radio station, WSVU True Oldies Channel FLA, 95.9fm, 106.9fm, and 960am. The radio show can also be heard on the free app iHeartRadio and TuneIn Radio.
Irena Young, MSN, ARNP, FNP-C
Irena is a Board-Certified Nurse Practitioner specializing in integrative medicine. Her education and post-graduation training enabled her to practice true holistic healthcare. She uses functional therapeutic interventions alongside conventional medical treatments to assist her clients to achieve optimal health outcomes. She considers integrative medicine the future of healthcare industry.
Irena believes that clinicians should focus on wellness, prevention and individualized care. In order to increase access to integrative medicine, she works with healthcare providers throughout the United States assisting them to incorporate functional medicine principles into their practices. She interprets comprehensive lab and functional tests, develops integrative treatment protocols, and helps with wellness clinics set up.
Irena started her healthcare career as a registered nurse and subsequently a charge nurse on Progressive Care Unit, Stroke and Trauma Center. During this time, she realized that modern medicine has many excellent interventions to manage acute health issues, but lacks in preventing and treating chronic illness. She decided to become a nurse practitioner to be able to practice functional medicine. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, and Sigma Theta Tau and Phi Kappa Phi honor societies.