What is an IV drip and how does it work?
An IV drip is a medical treatment administered by well-trained medical professionals where sterile solutions of fluids, vitamins, minerals, and medications that are introduced directly into the bloodstream allowing for 100% absorption.
How often should I get IV treatments?
This is dependent on you and your needs.
Some will receive IVs weekly for wellness or detox.
Patients may have a few sessions over several days to help aid in recover for a chronic or acute illness, flu or other bacteria/virus.
Patients frequently call as-needed for hangover recovery, athletic recovery, or to help with dehydration.
Does insurance cover IV treatment?
We do not accept insurance, but we do accept HSA, Cash, Check, Debit, and Credit. May also pay via Venmo or Zelle.
What if my HSA claim is rejected?
You can be provided a detailed receipt.
How long does it take?
IV treatment sessions usually take 45-60 minutes but depend on each individual.
Who will be administering your IV?
An experienced registered nurse will follow protocols approved by our medical director.
Are there any Travel or After Hour Fees?
Yes, it varies by case but give us a call and we will be happy to provide you a quote.
Who is not a good candidate for an IV?
We cannot administer IV’s to patients that have CHF (Congestive Heart Failure) and Kidney Failure or CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease) renal failure, or those on dialysis.
Also, we will not administer an IV to any patient with abnormal vital signs or those experiencing a medical emergency.