FAQ.

IV THERAPY

Although some people fear needles, our certified administrators are highly experienced and thoroughly trained. We use a topical numbing agent and take great care to make any discomfort barely noticeable.

The majority of our patients are eligible. We will only turn people away if they require additional diagnostic testing or monitoring. We take pride in our treatments and your safety is a priority.

Yes. All of our IV therapies have been medically certified, and we have excellent safety precautions in place. It should be noted that all medical therapies carry a risk, therefore it is important for you as the client to understand the risks, benefits and alternatives.

No. You will not be required to do any testing prior to your consultation. Our eligibility criteria is based on the same decision-making algorithms used in hospitals. We don’t make any medical diagnoses and our IV therapies cannot treat any medical condition. Our IV therapies are designed to restore balance to your body and help you maintain wellness.

IV drips introduce fluids and essential nutrients directly into the body with 100% delivery of benefits straight to the target organs. IV infusions aren’t meant to substitute the oral intake of water, vitamins and minerals, they rather serve as a supplement or alternative solution to quickly rehydrate and replenish nutrients to restore your body to its peak balance.

Everyone is different, but as a general rule, the more deficient and unbalanced your system is, the greater and more immediate an effect you will feel. If you don’t feel an immediate difference, it doesn’t mean the therapy is not beneficial. IV therapy treatments are the clinical gold standard in removing unwanted toxins and helping your body achieve balance.

Thrombophlebitis is a painful condition caused by a localised inflammatory process in one or more of the superficial veins, accompanied by a blood clot in that vein. It is directly associated with the trauma caused by the drip needle. A low-grade infection might be present in some cases. It is a general side- effect due to the placement of an intravenous cannula and is not associated with our active ingredients used.

However, Thrombophlebitis is extremely rare when correct sterile protocols are followed and when the drip is used for single administration of fluids only. Thrombophlebitis should not be confused with deep vein thrombosis, commonly known as DVT.

It is safe enough to drip weekly. Most people drip once or twice a month with regular intervals to maintain energy levels and keep their immune system at an optimum level.

It takes between 15 minutes and one hour to administer, depending on which drip you select. The bigger your veins the quicker you will drip.

There is nothing addictive about vitamins and minerals, but you will love the feeling of renewed energy levels, mental clarity and a sense of calm.

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