IV Therapy

What is IV therapy?

Intravenous (IV) therapy is a method used to administer fluids, nutrients, and/or medications into your vein. This is one of the fastest ways to administer this substances into your body, which is why it's popular in hospitals. 

What can I expect from an IV therapy session?

Nutrients and fluids are usually administered over the course of 30-60 minutes. Our experienced nurse, Sam Schnapp, will walk you through each step and ensure that you are comfortable and relaxed throughout the duration of treatment. Some people notice that they feel brighter or more energetic after a treatment, whereas others may experienced improved sleep, depending on what nutrients were administered. 

What is IV therapy used for?

IV therapy is often used to support recovery and wellbeing in chronic disease, to improve sports performance, to improve sports recovery, and to temporarily bridge nutrient gaps. 

Is IV therapy safe?

Like most medical treatments, IV therapy does have some risks. If there is any negative reaction to a treatment, it's usually localized redness, inflammation, bruising or swelling. There are more serious risks that our nurse will discuss with you before your visit. 

How often do I need IV therapy?

The number of sessions typically varies from patient to patient. It depends on the reason you're receiving IV treatment and also how you respond to the treatment. 

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