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What is IV therapy?


Intravenous (IV) vitamin therapy is a safe and effective method for delivering vitamins and minerals directly to your bloodstream. This method bypasses the digestive tract which allows for 100% absorption of all nutrients, making them immediately available for cellular use.




How does it work?


After reviewing the menu and choosing your IV you will select a time that works best for you. Our provider will then call you for a brief medical screen to confirm there are no contraindications to IV therapy. Your nurse will then come to your location and administer your IV using aseptic technique which is how IVs are administered in the hospital. Once your IV is completed, the line will be removed and the site will be covered with a bandage. Then it is time to get back out and enjoy your day!




What are the benefits to IV Therapy?


There are many benefits, which include but are not limited to:
- Most efficient method of delivering vital nutrients to the body - Bypasses the digestive tract for 100% absorption - Nutrients are immediately available for cellular use - Safely delivers higher doses of vitamins that would not be tolerated if taken orally - Boosts immune system to help prevent or treat illness - Increases energy - Decreases inflammation - Anti-aging




Is it safe?


Yes, we only use reputable and accredited compounding pharmacies for our ingredients. These infusions are administered by licensed registered nurses.




Are there side effects?


During the infusion the most common side effect is a warm or cool feeling in the arm the IV is running through and having the taste of vitamins in your mouth. After the infusion, the most common side effect is bleeding or bruising in the infusion site. If you have a known allergy to any product we are using it is important for your nurse to know to avoid allergic reactions, should you have an allergy to one of our products during an infusion, your nurse is trained to manage this type of reaction.




Do IVs hurt?


We use only skilled registered nurses to lace IVs to ensure the least amount of discomfort possible. Once the IV is in place, the actual needle is removed and only a small catheter is left in your vein for the infusion.




What should I expect during a treatment?


Our vitamin IVs take about 35-45 minutes to infuse after the IV in placed. During this time you can relax, recline, read, listen to music on your headphones, and just take time for you.

At the comfort and convenience of your own home you can relax and enjoy the benefits of vitamin therapy.