IV Vitamin Therapy
When it comes to post-exercise recovery, the faster the muscles become rehydrated the quicker they become renewed. Consider the ability to fully hydrate your muscles with the appropriate vitamins and nutrients without drinking gallons of fluids, and have your body absorb the hydration at a much better rate. The IV Vitamin bags bypass the GI Tract and arrive exactly where they are most needed.
IV vitamin infusions provide health and wellness. You can recharge, revitalize, and rejuvenate in as little as 30 minutes.
At IHS, we provide IV vitamin infusions for health and wellness. We have taken a traditional medical treatment and made it easily accessible to anyone. Come and check out our vitamin “cocktails” that are good for you. Come in and relax in our office. You can recharge, revitalize, and rejuvenate in as little as 30 minutes
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IV Vitamin Drip Therapy FAQ:
How long does it take for an IV?
In general, for most patients it takes 30-45 minutes from start to finish. Depending on the amount of fluids you receive or any special treatments, your visit with us may take longer.
How much does an IV cost?
Our IV treatments range in cost from $129-$159 depending on the treatment.
Who can get an IV?
Almost anyone. We do not treat minors below the age of 18 or patients with certain medical conditions. You will be screened by our medical staff to ensure you are a candidate for IV therapy.
How do IVs work?
IVs work by rapidly replenishing fluids, electrolytes, and vitamins. It delivers 100% of the ingredients directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the gastrointestinal tract, which both slows absorption and diminishes the potency of the ingredients.
What is in the IV?
The fluid itself (usually normal saline) and whatever appropriate additives our medical professional decides will best help get you feeling better! These can be any combination of medicines, vitamins, and nutrients.
Who administers the IV?
All treatments are administered by our fully licensed and accredited registered nurses (RN). Our staff is the best of the best and have worked in emergency rooms and IV start teams.
Does it hurt to get an IV?
Typically no. Depending on your preference, we can start the IV without any numbing medicine, or with a numbing cream, so you don’t feel a thing!
Are there any side effects?
Side effects are usually minor and short-lived. They include bruising, bleeding from the site, and soreness. These are easily avoided by holding direct pressure after removal of the IV. Other far less common side effects include the risk of infection and anaphylaxis, an extremely rare allergic reaction. Our highly trained medical professionals are well-versed in diagnosing and treating any and all possible side effects.
How often can I get an IV?
Depending on the reason, some patients get an IV up once a week. Others do monthly treatments. We recommend getting an IV when you feel you need it to get better and get back to your normal, productive self.
What types of IVs do you offer?
We offer IVs that address a many different patient needs; please check our menu for more information.
Do I need an appointment?
Yes, appointments are highly recommended.
Do you offer memberships and packages?