What is IV Therapy?
What is IV Therapy?
IV therapy is an extremely quick and effective way to boost health and wellness with minimum risks. Vitamins and nutrients are mixed into an bag of fluids where it is then directly introduced into the bloodstream where it is absorbed 100% by the body. Patients can notice positive effects after one treatment, however, consistency is the key to optimal health. Infusion time varies but typically it can be completed in within 45-60 minutes.
What are the ingredients in IV Therapy?
IV therapies vary and may be customized to your needs. In addition to IV fluids, most include ingredients such as vitamin C, magnesium, calcium, and B vitamins.
Recommended IV Frequency
As often as desired: 1 infusion per week , 1-2 infusions per month.
To treat symptoms of chronic conditions: 1-2 times per week for 6 weeks, then maintain well-being with an infusion 1 times per week or 2-3 times per month
DO I NEED TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WHEN I WANT MY INFUSION?
Our infusions are available by appointment, but walk-ins are accepted. Scheduling an appointment ensures that the space is reserved for you at the time you are scheduled. No appointments necessary for vitamin injections.
NAD+ Infusion Therapy always requires an appointment due to the lengthy treatment time.
HOW LONG DOES AN IV INFUSION TAKE?
Your infusion duration will vary based on individual factors and can range from 30-45, but your appointment will generally take 1 full hour, so please plan accordingly.
NAD+ IV Infusions take significantly longer, and your provider will give you an individual estimate of your NAD+ treatment time.
VITAMIN THERAPY FOR PREGNANT WOMEN
IV infusion of vitamins has been proven as an effective treatment for pregnant women dealing with morning sickness, treating nutrient deficiency, and restoring bodily equilibrium. Whereas vitamins taken orally threaten to aggravate an already unstable digestive system, IV infusion bypasses digestion and goes straight into the bloodstream, delivering fast relief without increasing symptoms of nausea. If you are considering electrolyte and vitamin infusion during your pregnancy, first consult with your OB-GYN.
WHO CANNOT GET AN IV INFUSION?
Anyone under the age of 16 and anyone actively receiving cancer therapy may not receive IV Infusion Therapy, unless approved by their primary care physician or oncology specialist.
*Anyone under the age of 18 will require a consent form parent/guardian
People suffering from kidney failure or high blood pressure may not receive IV Infusion Therapy.
All normal, basically healthy individuals may receive IV Infusion Therapy and Vitamin Shots, even when ailing with a cold or flu
WHEN WILL I EXPERIENCE THE BENEFITS?
Most clients feel the effects of the vitamin infusions within 20 minutes to a few hours.
ARE THERE ANY RISKS FROM IV INFUSIONS?
Usually IV Infusions are safe and have no adverse side effects. However small and minor risks include bruising or pain at the injection site. More serious complications, though very rare, can result in scar tissue in the vein.
DOES INSURANCE COVER THE COST OF IV INFUSION THERAPY?
While insurance does NOT cover the cost of our IV infusions, we do accept cash, credit cards, HSA/FSA.