Hydration Therapy IV FAQs
All IV therapy is under the direction of a board certified medical provider prior to treatment, a complete and thorough medical history is obtained. This history will include all medications and known drug allergies. Absolute contraindications with vitamins and nutrients include uncontrolled hypertension, heart failure, compromised renal function, liver disease, alcohol abuse, chemotherapy, and/or radiation therapy, recent surgery and a confirmed allergy to any of the ingredients.
Given too fast, an IV may lower blood pressure causing warmth, dizziness or faintness. The only known allergic reaction to IV nutrients has been when using those with preservatives, and these reactions are quite rare. Some patients may experience burning at the localized IV site. As with any injectable treatment, there is always a risk of infection or phlebitis, although it is also very rare.
Yes, however we are not treating pregnant clients as this time.
The frequency of treatments is determined on a patient by patient basis and can be discussed during initial consultation.
Yes, however we are not treating children under the age of 18 at this time.
Allergic reactions to IV therapy are very rare. The vitamins are all naturally present in the body. However, allergic reactions can occur if a patient is allergic to any nutrient that contains a preservative.
We currently do not accept any type of insurance or carecredit. Any major credit card and cash are accepted.
The benefits from IV therapy can last up to 2-4 weeks, but is very patient dependent.
Treatment times vary; certain additives to an IV drip may require a slower speed of administration for maximum effectiveness. Average time is 30-45 minutes.