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What is an IV Drip?

A catheter and a saline-based electrolyte solution containing your chosen vitamins and nutrients are used in an IV fluid drip. An IV drip introduces these vital nutrients and fluids directly into your bloodstream, bypassing your digestive tract.

Is IV Vitamin Therapy Safe?

IV therapy is a safe method of delivering vitamins and minerals to those who are deficient in them. It is an excellent treatment option that has been shown to be very effective with patients when administered by a trained professional.

Who Administers the IV?

We have a team of registered nurses right here on-site, so you always know you’re being taken care of by a professional!

The Benefits Of IV Drip Therapy

  • Feeds Cells More

    Intravenous nutrients enter straight into the blood stream instead of the much slower digestive tract.

  • Supports Organs And
    Functional Systems

    Optimal nutrient absorption allows organs and drainage pathways to function at a peak level.

  • Neutralizes Harmful
    Free Radicals

    Antioxidants provided in drips help the body fight disease and injury by binding to free radicals.

  • Strengthens
    Immune System

    Intravenous antioxidants and nutrients are fully absorbed into the cells to boost the immune system.

Can IV Therapy Help with Allergies?

IV therapy can help your immune system by flushing out allergens, lowering oxidative stress, increasing vital nutrients, and decreasing histamine response. Because the IV delivers these nutrients directly into the bloodstream, it is an excellent method for seasonal allergy relief.

Does Insurance Cover IV Therapy?

We do not take insurance. However, we’ve made it a point to offer a variety of affordable IV drips affordable so they can remain widely available to everyone.

How often should you get IV Infusion Therapy?

In cases where IV therapy is used to promote overall wellness, one infusion every two weeks is both ideal and sufficient for most people because nutrient levels are elevated for a few weeks after an infusion.