Try infusion therapy at reduced prices today and feel great all winter long!

  • Myers' Cocktail can help improve your mood and energy; boost immunity against Cold and Flu; and alleviate pain associated with fibromyalgia, migraines, and muscle spasms.
  • The Immunity Booster prevents infection and promotes overall healing, shortening the duration of cold, flu, and cold sores, and improving energy.
  • Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that detoxifies and supports immunity against infection and disease, as well as revving your metabolism and improving the appearance of your skin.
  • Vitamin B can give you more energy and better sleep. It can also improve mood and mental clarity, and reduce stress and anxiety. Ask us about adding Magnesium for added benefits. 
  • Inositol offers relief from panic and anxiety, including Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). It is also known to help with depression and improve mood.
  • IV Hydration will help restore & rehydrate, alleviating symptoms associated with fatigue and jet lag.

Infusion gives the body a natural boost in antioxidants and vitamins, creating many amazing benefits. Call today to see which will work best for you.

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Valley Medical and Wellness wishes you a happy and healthy Halloween!

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We are now open in the East Metro! In Woodbury, just east of 494 and Valley Creek Road, our third clinic offers services for pain, addiction, and wellness.

Valley Medical Supports NPH Cinco de Mayo 5k Run

Valley Medical and Wellness staff volunteered and participated in the annual NPH Cinco de Mayo 5k on Saturday, May 4th, to support children in poverty from Central and Latin America. NPH (Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos) USA translates to “little brothers and little sisters” in Spanish, which supports nearly 3,100 non-privileged children in Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru. VMW has been a proud sponsor of NPH USA for the past year and a half, participating in multiple events such as the Cinco de Mayo 5K, Masquerade Ball, and the Viva la Familia Gala. All proceeds from the events go towards education and healthcare for the children.

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DEA National Prescription Takeback Day - Saturday April 27th, 10am-2pm -

Saturday, April 27, 2019 | 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Eastern Time

Unused or expired prescription medications are a public safety issue, and can lead to accidental poisoning, overdose, and abuse. Unused prescriptions thrown in the trash can be retrieved and abused or illegally sold. The misuse and abuse of over-the-counter medications, illicit drugs, alcohol, and tobacco affect the health and well-being of millions of Americans.

On Saturday, April 27, 2019, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Eastern Time, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), in partnership with federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement, businesses, medical offices, agencies, and first responders, will host events to collect and safely dispose of unwanted medications.

Removing unwanted or expired medications from the medicine cabinet is an easy and concrete step that everyone can take to make a difference in the opioid crisis. Make plans to dispose of unused and unwanted medications during DEA National Rx Take Back Day.

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We're very proud and excited to announce that VPRWC is now Valley Medical & Wellness. Our caring team remains the same, as well as the great service you have come to know and expect from us. We look forward to seeing you again soon.

Valley Wellness wishes you and your family a safe & happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween

Valley Wellness has been featured in an article on Fairview Physician Associates Network News, highlighting the challenges of managing opioid addiction and pregnancy.

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Toward more happy beginnings: Managing opioid addiction and pregnancy

New Fairview Health Network practice establishes record of successful deliveries

Katie Yanez, 28, delivered two healthy boys before she became addicted to Percocet® prescribed to treat severe migraines. Unhappy in her marriage, Katie started using heroin. The next few years became a downward spiral. Her marriage ended, methadone treatment proved ineffective, and Katie ended up in jail.

While she was incarcerated, Katie’s second husband found Valley Pain Relief & Wellness Center (Valley Wellness), a new member of Fairview’s provider network, Fairview Health Network. 

Katie is among the 11,131 people statewide who entered treatment either for prescription opioids or heroin addiction in 2017, according to preliminary data from the Minnesota Department of Human Services. Research shows that only 10 to 17 percent of people who need treatment, get it. 

Last year, 376 women who sought treatment for opioid addiction in Minnesota were pregnant. While in treatment for her addiction, Katie became pregnant with her third child.

A doable challenge

The three providers at Valley Wellness know first-hand that treating pregnant women with opioid addiction presents unique challenges. But the story can have a happy ending—and a happy beginning. 

With locations in Burnsville and Minneapolis, Valley Wellness is one of the few clinics in Minnesota to offer Suboxone® treatment. Suboxone contains buprenorphine combined with naloxone. Suboxone can control opioid effects and cravings, while allowing the patient to taper off the medication without symptoms of withdrawal. 

In addition to Valley Wellness, network prenatal addiction care services include a new partnership between St. Joseph’s hospital and University of Minnesota Physicians. The program launched in January. 

When Katie became pregnant, she had been a patient at Valley Wellness since June 2016. At that time she transitioned from Suboxone to buprenorphine because there is limited data on the safety of naloxone when used during pregnancy.

“Nearly 50 percent of our patients come to us for addiction medicine,” says Ashwin George, MD, Addiction Medical Director at Valley Wellness and a Diplomat of the American Board of Addiction Medicine. 

On July 24, 2017 Katie delivered Noah via C-section. Valley Wellness’ Svetlana Zaydman, DO, board certified both in physical medicine/rehabilitation and pain medicine, coordinated Katie’s care with her obstetrician. 

Successful treatment requires careful monitoring

“Communication with the ObGyn in each trimester ensures we’re all on the same page,” says Zaydman. “In Katie’s situation, we allowed Dilaudid® during labor if needed, and I approved low dose oxycodone for a few days following surgery.” 

Most babies like Noah are born dependent on buprenorphine and must stay in the hospital for a few days after the mother goes home. Thanks to Katie’s managed treatment, however, Noah did not suffer from withdrawal and Katie was able to breastfeed him. 

“The amount of buprenorhine in breast milk is insignificant,” says Lindsay Bergstreser, PA-C, one of Katie’s Valley Wellness providers. 

“The drug is not absorbed from the stomach effectively, so any little amount that makes it into Noah’s stomach won’t absorb well into his system,” she says. 


Katie is among a growing number of women who have successfully delivered or who currently are pregnant and in treatment at the clinic. George attributes success to close communication with the ObGyn provider and very careful monitoring. 

“We see our pregnant patients weekly during their first trimester, then once every two weeks thereafter," he says.

As he approaches his first birthday, Noah and his family are thriving. Katie and her husband recently bought a home, and Katie is tapering down on buprenorphine.

“Noah now weighs 20 pounds and I am more than just happy, I’m proud,” says Katie.

VPRWC proudly announces the addition of two new locations, opening this fall, in Woodbury and Rochester. Offering pain and addiction services, the new clinics will serve all patients. Additional details will follow; check back for more information.

We are now open and seeing patients for pain and addiction services at our second location in Minneapolis. Just south of I-94, it is conveniently located on Franklin Avenue in the Seward neighborhood.

VPRWC is proud to announce our second location in Minneapolis is opening soon. Offering pain and addiction services, the new clinic will be open to all patients. Additional details are coming soon.

We are now scheduling patients, so call our Burnsville office at (612) 444-3000 today!

Be fearless and stay healthy this winter with immunity boosting infusion.

Myers' Cocktail:

  • Increases Immunity
  • Improves Fatigue, Mood, & Migraines
  • Alleviates Symptoms of Fybromyalgia, Asthma, & Allergies

Immunity Booster:

  • Prevents Infection
  • Promotes Healing
  • Shortens Duration of Cold, Flu, & Cold Sores
  • Improves Energy

Call today to learn more.

Immunity Boosters

Valley Pain Relief and Wellness Center proudly welcomes Lindsay Bergstreser, PA-C, to our pain management team. Click below to learn more about Lindsay.

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You are invited to our Open House! Join us 4-7pm on Wednesday, 7/30 for refreshments at our office in Burnsville. Meet physicians Svetlana Zaydman, DO, and Ashwin George, MD, as well as our staff and neighbors. Come and learn about our Pain Management and Addiction Medicine services, our Wellness Center, and what we can do for you.  Click the image below to view full invitation.  We look forward to meeting you!

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Valley Pain Relief & Wellness Center has been featured in the Burnsville - Eagan community newspaper Sun Thisweek. Click below to read article at

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Opening May 2014 is the Twin Cities’ first south metro clinic to provide care for both addiction medicine and pain management. Located in a quiet and convenient space just off of Highway 13 in Burnsville, Valley Pain Relief and Wellness Center offers easy access along with individualized and confidential care for those suffering from pain and addiction.