Frequently Asked Questions

What Is IV Therapy Used For?

IV vitamin therapy involves delivering vitamins and minerals directly into the bloodstream via an intravenous line. This method is used to achieve higher concentrations of nutrients in the body compared to oral supplements. Some people believe it can boost energy, improve immune function, and address nutrient deficiencies more effectively.

It is my first time Receiving an IV Vitamin Drip Therapy, what should I expect?

Upon arrival to The Lab, you will be greeted by one of our Registered Nurses and brought back into the infusion room. There you will be asked to fill out a waiver and we will review a brief past medical history. You will be asked about your specific reasons for getting an IV and we can help you decide on best treatment if you have not already chosen a menu item. After selection of your treatment regimen the RN will input your information into our HIPPA compliant electronic medical record system and communicate with a virtual NP for order signoff. An IV will be placed in your arm and treatment will be prepped while you relax in our massage recliner. Most infusions take 30 minutes to complete and Intramuscular injection appointments are completed within 15 minutes. Feel free to bring a book, computer, and or headphones! Prepare to sit back and relax while your body optimizes!

Are Treatments Covered by Insurance?

Treatments are not covered by insurance but we do accept HSA cards.

What are the Benefits of IV Vitamins VS Oral Vitamins

Most supplements taken by mouth have about a 10-20% absorption rate. IV therapy is a more effective option as it delivers high doses to the body. IV Vitamin drip therapy delivers fluids, vitamins, and antioxidants directly into your bloodstream, bypassing the digestive system to ensure maximum absorption.

How Long Does The Drip Take?

Most infusions are completed within 30 minutes

Does the IV hurt?

Most people describe it as a small pinch if anything at all upon initial insertion that goes away quickly. Our RNs have substantial training in IV insertion and their technique eliminates a painful insertion.

Who Inserts the IV?

IVs are inserted by our experienced Nurses with extensive training and education in the use of vitamin and antioxidant therapy

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