What is IV Hydration?

IV Hydration has been around for many decades, originally discovered by Dr. John Myers in the early 1900s, but over the last several years became a very popular, safe, and effective way to deliver naturally occurring vitamins and electrolytes used by the body quickly for a 100% absorption.

Who Delivers the IVs?

Under the supervision of our medical director, our team of skilled and experienced professionals and Nurse Practitioners are extensively trained in administering these drips with your safety at our utmost priority.

Who can receive IV Hydration?

Our drips are safe and effective however we do not service individuals under the age of 18, pregnant women, and those who may suffer illness that are contraindicated for these services such as congestive heart and renal failure. An in-depth one on one consultation reviewing your medical history is required prior to rendering any services.

How soon can I expect to see the effects from the service?

For both IV and IM services, you will start feeling immediate relief to get you back to enjoying your normal life.

How long does an IV infusion last?

Depending on the type of service chosen, the average infusion takes 45-60 minutes. Please allow at least 15-20 minutes to consult with our staff, review and sign consents, obtain vitals, and a focused physical assessment, and answer any last-minute questions you may have about the service prior to your therapy.


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