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Mobile IV Therapy

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What is Nutritional IV Hydration  Therapy?

Nutritional IV hydration therapy (a.k.a intravenous therapy, IV nutrition, IV therapy or IV nutrient therapy) is a type of therapy commonly used for its wide range of health benefits, which can include anti-aging, improved immune system, minimized anxiety, reversed symptoms of hangovers and more. Although many may believe that nutrient deficiencies aren’t so common anymore, there are still many individuals who aren’t getting the essential nutrients our bodies need to perform optimally.

Because IV treatment is administered directly into the veins, the results may be faster than those of oral or other traditional medicines. Physicians believe IV nutrient therapy can be safe, effective and restorative, and can be customized to suit the unique needs of each patient individually.


Nutritional IV hydration infusions are used to deliver vitamins and minerals directly into the bloodstream, offering superior absorption over oral supplements. 

IV drips provide a host of benefits including: boosting recovery time after exercise, improving your mood, and enhancing the texture and tone of your skin for a healthy glow.


There are a multitude of health issues IV hydration therapy improves through an infusion of various vitamins and minerals. The treatment has gained popularity from a-list celebrities from Rihanna to Adele, & has taken the once cringe-worthy experience of being stuck with a needle and turned it into a wellness regimen-must. 



Most patients experience significant overall improvements:

  • Better energy

  • Better mental clarity

  • Improved sleep

  • Improvement of their complaints

  • Overall feelings of well being

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How often will I need IV Vitamin Therapy infusions?

The number and frequency of treatments will vary depending on certain factors.

  • Condition(s) being treated

  • Current health status of the patient

  • Response of the patient to the treatments

A general estimate of the number of treatments needed is discussed during the first visit. As we go along, we will develop a more specific treatment plan. Most patients will require at least 5-10 treatments. Depending on the response, some patients will then go on to maintenance therapy with occasional treatments.

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