Frequently Asked Questions About IVs

  • How Long Does It Take?


    IVs take 30-60 minutes and shots take 5 minutes.

  • Why Not Just Take Supplements?


    Many people do not absorb vitamins in their digestive tract very well. For those dealing with digestive issues, such as constipation, Crohn’s disease, celiac, or IBS, it can be helpful to bypass the digestive tract and go directly to the bloodstream for high absorption at a cellular level.

  • How Often Should I Get an IV for It to Be Effective?


    Our IVs do not contain medications that you can overdose on. All of the components are metabolized fairly quickly. People can technically receive IV therapy on a daily basis if they require this; however, this would be very rare and based on your body requirements and symptoms. It may be common for people to receive therapy once or twice a week.

    Depending on your nutritional needs you may see dramatic effects after the first IV. People who get regular IVs will feel less dramatic effects as their body starts to obtain optimal hydration and nutritional balance. Some get an IV weekly, multiple times a week, several times a month, or as needed.

  • What If I Need to Cancel My Appointment?


    A cancellation must be made a full 24 hours prior to your scheduled appointment. Cancellations with less than a 24-hour notice or missed appointments will be charged for the amount of the scheduled appointment. There is no charge for a rescheduled appointment.

    *If you schedule an appointment within 24 hours and need to cancel, call us prior to your scheduled appointment to reschedule for another time within the same week. If you don’t reschedule, you will be charged for the service scheduled.