IV Hydration Therapy

There are a variety of reasons why you might not be getting all of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients you require. Poor diets, restricted diets, allergies, and digestive difficulties can all make it difficult to receive the nutrients your body requires from food.

Intravenous (IV) therapy can deliver those nutrients directly to your bloodstream, bypassing the digestive tract entirely, and allowing for complete nutrient absorption.

While the IV therapy programs are individualized, they can be made to aid with increasing energy, increasing one’s immune system, decreasing blood pressure, increasing circulation, decreasing brain fog, treating the cold, and delaying degenerative processes.

  • Vitamin D3
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin B12
  • Recovery and Performance
  • Myers’ Cocktail
  • Immunity
  • Ozone-UBI
  • Anti-Aging NAD+
  • and more…

IV Hydration Packages

Choose an IV treatment based on your needs. Our doctors can add supplements and explain the benefits of each.

Immune Booster

This drip combines a blend of powerful antioxidants designed to boost immune performance and help prevent illness.

INCLUDES: Normal Saline, B-Complex, Vitamin C (Super Dose), Glutathione Push

NAD+ Recharge

NAD+ can aid in the slowing of the aging process, the restoration of neuronal function, the improvement of mood, and sleep, as well as improving muscle performance and recuperation.

INCLUDES: Normal Saline, NAD

Workout Performance

Perfect for marathon preparation or even your next tennis match.

Includes: Normal Saline, Vitamin B12, Glutamine: Amino Acid

Sickness Recovery

Are you feeling a little under the weather? This drip will help you recover!

Includes: Normal Saline, Vitamin C (Super Dose), Multivitamin, Pain Relief

Ready to get started? Schedule your consultation today!

We work with you to design a treatment plan that best matches your personal health goals.  It’s not just about treating specific conditions,  but rather helping you lead an optimally healthy lifestyle. 

What Ailments Does IV Hydration Therapy Treat?

One of the most prevalent health issues addressed with IV treatment is fatigue. Fatigue, which is typically linked to chronic stress, can have a negative impact on one’s quality of life. Poor diet, extended stress, exhaustion after a cold or flu, IBS and inflammatory bowel illnesses, celiac disease, anemia, and hormonal imbalances caused by an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism), PMS, menopause, and adrenal dysfunction are just a few of the reasons of exhaustion. 

Even if you eat a healthy diet, your intestines may not be absorbing nutrients from food properly, resulting in vitamin shortages. Intestinal malabsorption is the medical term for this condition. It’s frequently linked to health problems that cause inflammation and damage to the intestines’ absorptive surfaces. It may be tough to consume vitamins and nutrients as oral  supplements if you have a sensitive digestive system. An inflammatory response is triggered by genetic predisposition, allergies, and autoimmune diseases. Inflammatory bowel illnesses, such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, are two of the most frequent. Celiac disease is another. • Nutrient deficiencies might be linked to IBS and food sensitivities. 

Our bodies transform carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids during exercise utilizing enzymes that require specific nutrients to work properly. Magnesium, b-vitamins, vitamin C, and zinc are among them. These nutrients are required in huge amounts by competitive athletes who push themselves to the maximum. Furthermore, muscle tiredness after severe activity is caused in part by oxidative stress caused by the production of free radicals. Antioxidants like glutathione can aid in the reduction of free radicals. IV treatment aids athletes in the following ways: • Increasing performance and strength • Reducing tiredness and speeding up recovery. 

Free radicals are always present in our bodies, causing harm. This damage is linked to the onset of inflammation and a variety of chronic disorders, including cancer and cardiovascular disease. To deal with free radicals, our bodies have built-in antioxidant systems, but we also rely on antioxidants from outside sources. These include vitamins, minerals, and other substances that help to preserve and restore cells after they have been damaged. Our immune systems can potentially be harmed by free radicals. Antioxidants that assist the immune system fight infections like the cold and flu by reducing the damage caused by free radicals.

Vitamin C has long been used to help shorten the length of a cold or flu and lessen the severity of symptoms. Vitamins from the B-complex, such as Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) and Vitamin B12, have also been employed in this way. The combination of these vitamins may help increase your immunity, allowing your immune system to fight off colds and flu more efficiently, allowing you to recover faster. 

Collagen gives the skin its structural strength and stability. Vitamin C and Zinc are two minerals that help the body produce collagen. The body requires a lot of these nutrients during and after surgery. Vitamin C given orally in high quantities might produce diarrhea, making it difficult to obtain the therapeutic amounts needed. IV treatment is the best option. Treatments before and after surgery are advised for the best results.

• Fibromyalgia and muscle spasms
• Migraines
• Symptoms of PMS
• Vitality
• Parkinson’s Disease