Frequently Asked Questions

Intravenous (IV) Vitamin Drips deliver replenishing fluids, vitamins, minerals and amino acids directly to the body for maximum absorption. This allows the nutrients to flood your body and nourish itself at the cellular level. By using this method we can safely deliver larger doses that would not otherwise be fully distributed and tolerated orally.

IV vitamin drips can be used both proactively to maintain optimum wellness and also to treat acute and chronic conditions.

Some of the specific benefits people may experience include increased energy, enhanced mood, improved sleep, decreased stress and anxiety, increased immunity, hydration, and muscle recovery

The IV vitamin therapies take approximately 30 minutes or less. Some client likes to get their drip slower and relax in the comfort of our innovative luxury pods.

A topical numbing medicine is applied and then a delicate small needled is used. It’s virtually pain free.

Simply choose your infusion and either come to us or we’ll come to you. If you are a new patient, we encourage you to call or email us for a complimentary consultation to determine what treatments are best for you.

Most of our IV’s contain nothing that the human body can overdose on. If you are healthy, theoretically it is safe for daily use. Realistically, most people do not put such high demands on their bodies where they would need daily therapy. Our most frequent dosage is a bi-weekly program. You should tailor your IV therapy to adjust to your bodies demand.

Only 15% of the active nutrients consumed orally find their ways into your bloodstream. IV infusion effectively delivers vitamins, minerals, and fluids directly into your bloodstream with 100% absorption. The result is a faster recovery time for many symptoms and improving your over-all performances. There are many different varieties of vitamin pills on the market. The problem is that many people in this country do not absorb vitamins from their stomach very well. A large percentage of Americans are on Zantac, Ranitidine, Pepcid, Omeprazole, Prilosec, or other pills that decrease absorption of vitamins from the stomach and intestines. Celiac disease and irritable bowel syndrome also play a role in vitamin deficiency. When vitamin therapy is given IV or the intramuscular route, the vitamins are absorbed entirely, as this delivery route does not depend on the stomach or intestines.

Yes. For a small additional charge, one of our qualified nurse practitioners will come to your home or office to perform your chosen infusion.

Yes, you can resume your day after your infusion.

With the vitamin therapy, most people notice an increased energy level and overall better feeling. Proper vitamin levels are necessary for proper metabolism, cortisol levels, and sleep patterns. Vitamin therapy can also support the immune system, which is important in the winter months and holidays, when stress levels are high.

It’s rare…bruising happens when the IV punctures the vein and the blood collects under the skin. Although not terribly common, it is seen sometimes after the IV process. This bruising usually recovers over time (a few hours or days without) any help