Vitamin IV Drip & IV Hydration Therapy FAQs
Do you accept Insurance?
We do not accept health insurance, but we can accept Health savings (HSA) and Flexible Spending (FSA) accounts!
Who can not receive IV treatments?
Vitamin IV therapy is safe and effective for all ages. We provide free consultations to discuss your medical history and goals prior to receiving any services. At this time we do not provide services to women who are pregnant.
What is IV therapy and does it hurt?
An IV will be inserted by a registered nurse or paramedic in order to administer essential nutrients directly into your bloodstream. It is customized based on your medical history and specific needs. The process is completely safe and pain-free. We even have numbing spray! There is no needle in your arm, instead it is a very small, thin, plastic tubing. You will still have full movement of your arm to use your phone, browse social media, or change the channel on our large screen TV! After IV therapy, you can anticipate feeling more energetic with an overall increased sense of well-being.
Why vitamin IV therapy when I already take a multivitamin?
Did you know that most people only absorb 20-30% of what they ingest when it comes to oral vitamins? We try and eat healthy, but our environment has become so toxic that we aren’t getting the amount of vitamins from food that we need. Utilizing IV therapy allows the essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to bypasses the gut, providing 100% absorption and immediate use by your body. Add that with the benefits of IV hydration and it's a win-win situation!
How often can I receive vitamin IV therapy?
There is no exact answer to this as everyone responds differently. Some may benefit from an initial weekly vitamin infusion while others may be fine with one a quarter. Our IV therapy protocols and vitamin injections were formulated by physicians and pharmacists to ensure their safety and effectiveness. Only water soluble vitamins are used, so the body absorbs what it needs and excretes the rest.
How long does it take?
Anticipate your first IV therapy appointment to take about an hour. This will include paperwork, IV insertion, and relaxing in our recliners while receiving your vitamin IV infusion. All subsequent visits should have you out in less than an hour. Our vitamin booster shots can be done in less than 10 minutes!
Do I need an appointment?
Do you offer group discounts?
Yes! We are able to come to you for group events or cater larger parties in our office. We would love to provide vitamin IV therapy for your pre/post birthday, bachelor/bachelorette party, wedding, pre-office happy hour, etc. Book your vitamin party with us today!
What if I need to come outside the normal hours?
Should I consult my doctor first?
Our IV infusions are elective, so it’s not required to have a doctor’s note prior to your appointment. You are welcome to consult with your primary care physician, our medical director, or one of our Nurse Practioners, if you have any questions.
Is it legal for athletes?
While many of our clients are athletes, if you are sponsored or have concerns we advise that you check with your coach, sponsor or governing body before treatment.
Do you have a booster shot or IV therapy for...?
Have something in mind, but don't see it on our list? We can customize any IV therapy to each individual. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call.
How do I schedule an appointment?
Where are you located?
Our Lake Mary IV therapy office is located in the Colonial Town Park Plaza right off of I-4 at the H.E Thomas Parkway exit. We are in between Woof Gang Dog spa and Pristine nails. Our addess is 1125 TownPark ave, #1051, Lake Mary, Fl 32746. We are in the plaza with the Movie theater, Publix, Dexter's, etc.
Can IV Infusion Therapy help me with Lyme Disease?
Yes, most often it can. IV nutritional therapies deliver vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other micro-nutrients directly into the blood stream. This direct method, bypassing the digestive system, delivers a high level of nutrients directly to the body’s cells. IV therapy for lyme disease can benefit those when diet and/or oral supplements do not work alone.
aid the immune system,
repair cell and nerve injury,
support detoxification, and
reverse Herxheimer die-off reactions.
Who administers the vitamin IV therapy and vitamin shots?
We only have licensed Registered Nurses and Paramedics on staff in our physician supervised wellness lounge. Prior to any service, our nurse or nurse practitioner will go over any allergies you may have and your medical history. We will then make our recommendation on an appropriate vitamin IV drip therapy or booster shot. Our paramedic or nurse will start your IV while your IV drip is being prepared by the nurse practitioner or nurse on staff for the day. All of our Vitamin IV therapies and vitamin booster shots are prepared under a laminar flow hood to maintain sterility.
Where do the vitamins come from?
All of our vitamins are sourced from 503b FDA approved compounding pharmacies here in the United States. Our vitamins contain no fillers and have a short shelf life ensuring they are as fresh and effective as they can be!