IV Therapy FAQs
I'm Pregnant, Can I Get IV Therapy?
How Do IVs Work?
What is an IV Bar?
Where is Hydrate IV Bar located?
What Is In An IV Bag?
Who Will Administer My IV?
Our medical staff consists of fully licensed and accredited registered nurses and paramedics as well as a Doctor as Medical Director with over 30 years of experience in private practice with IV nutrient therapy. You’re in good hands at Hydrate IV Bar!
How Much Does IV Therapy Cost?
We pride ourselves in sourcing the best medical supplies for your IVs, and we go out of our way to hire the best registered nurses to administer them. While you may be able to find more affordable IVs elsewhere, please be aware that the professionalism, quality, and safety could be compromised. To see our full menu, click here.
How Long Does IV Therapy Take?
Can A Child Get IV Therapy?
Does IV Therapy Hurt?
What Are The Potential Side Effects?
Other than feeling great afterwards, IV Therapy side effects are minor and temporary:
Possible bruising and soreness at the IV site
Far less common side effects include:
- Risk of infection
- Allergic reaction
Our medical professionals are well-versed in identifying and managing side effects in the rare case that it should happen.
How Often Can I Get IV Therapy?
Everyone is different and has unique needs. Some people respond best to a weekly treatment while others may only require a single session per month.
Factors that determine IV Therapy frequency:
- Physical activity
- Quality of sleep
What Types Of IV Therapy Do You Provide?
Do I Need To Make An Appointment?
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