FAQs

Can I just take oral vitamin supplements?

When taken orally, only a fraction (20-40% or less) of the essential nutrients are absorbed due to a variety of factors: unhealthy diet, insufficient essential nutrients, widespread prevalence of gastrointestinal problems, chronic illness and more. With IV nutrient therapy, 100% of the nutrients are absorbed into the bloodstream, where they can immediately be used by your body. 


Do I need a physician’s order to get an IV?

No, you are not required to have a physician’s order to get an IV.  In some instances, such as pregnancy we do require a physician to approve the administration of IV fluids.


Can you create specific nutrient cocktails individualized for my needs?

Yes! We invite you to consult with our practitioners to create an IV nutrient plan based on your concerns and needs.


Do you provide other treatments besides IV drips?

IM/Intramuscular injections are also available and are very quick and effective.


How long does a treatment take?

Depending on the patient and the service you receive, appointments usually last between 30-60 minutes. 


I am a “difficult IV stick” – what if you can’t get an IV?

All our medical professionals are very skilled and seasoned at getting IVs while using techniques and products to minimize pain. Since our IV services are not administered in an emergency situation, we can be patient in finding the best access. Although rare, if we are unable gain access, we may still be able to help with our intramuscular medications.


Who should get an IV?

Almost anyone! Dependent on your health history, most everyone will benefit from receiving IV nutrients/vitamins.


Who should not get an IV?

We cannot administer intravenous therapy to patients that have CHF (Congestive Heart Failure), Kidney Failure or CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease), or those on dialysis.

Also, we will not administer an IV to any patient with abnormal vital signs or those experiencing a medical emergency.


If I’m pregnant or breastfeeding, can I partake in an IV or shot?

You must have a doctor's prescription for IV Therapy or Vitamin Shots if you are pregnant. You may use IV Therapy and Vitamin Shots while breastfeeding.


How often should I do an IV or Vitamin shot?

It is recommended that you get infusions every 2 weeks to 1 month.  

B12 shots are typically done weekly.


What is Glutathione and what does it do?

   •  Master antioxidant produced in the body

   •  Nervous system health

   •  Liver health

   •  Protects against free radicals and oxidative stress


Do you access ports?

No, currently we do not access ports.


Do you take insurance?

IV vitamin and nutrient infusions are considered elective and are not covered by insurance. We accept Health Savings Plans (HSA), Cash, Debit, and all major credit cards. 



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