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and what to expect

What is IV therapy?

IV therapy is a quick and relatively painless way to hydrate, restore, and revive your cells, organs, and life. We combine vitamins and nutrients with a saline solution to provide maximum restoration to your cells.

What is the process for IV therapy?

Upon arrival to our clinic, you will be asked to fill out a medical history form. This form will be reviewed by a registered nurse, and the RN will discuss which infusion option would be best for you. Then, under supervision of a Licensed Medical Provider, your IV will be initiated.

What benefits will I notice?

While the possible benefits are endless, most notable benefits would include: increased energy, increased focus, hydration, increased ability to fight infections, decreased muscle pain, decreased inflammation, and decreased stress.

How do I prepare for my infusion?

You should go about your normal day up until infusion time. This includes taking your daily medications and eating a well-balanced diet.

How long does the infusion last?

While actual time will varies depending on your venous access, infusion typically last from 15-45 minutes.

What if I already take oral vitamins daily?

This is not a problem. As low as 10% of vitamins are actually absorbed when taken orally. However, vitamins received via IV are absorbed at 100%.

Do I need an appointment?

We strongly recommend booking an appointment to reserve your chair and ensure staff availability. However, walk-ins are accepted on an as-available basis.

How often should I receive an IV infusion?

We recommend weekly infusions for optimal results. Both bi-weekly and monthly infusions are also beneficial.

What if I have medication allergies?

While it would be very rare to be allergic to any of the vitamins and nutrients we use, a detailed medical history including allergies will be assessed by a registered nurse before any infusion occurs.

Are there any negative side effects I should be aware of?

Negative side-effects are very rare as our vitamins and nutrients are naturally occurring and needed by the body.

Can I do this if I have had weight-loss or GI surgeries?

YES! Since these vitamins and nutrients are absorbed intravenously versus in the GI tract, there are no contraindications.

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