The FAQs of Drip IV Therapy

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If I have a membership, but have to skip a month, what happens to my wHyBucks?

No worries! wHyBucks accrue on your account if you are not able to make it in for a period of time. You won’t lose them and can use the wHyBucks for IV therapy when you come back.

I am an athlete, will this help me?

We currently serve a number of outstanding athletes. From boxers, runners, cyclist, and football players these customers find our services help them perform at their best and recover faster.

Can I get an IV treatment if I am pregnant?

We always try to work with your physician in this case. With pregnancy, we will typically only administer fluids after receiving a clearance letter from your OB/GYN.

Does this help me if I am sick?

Absolutely! We can administer multiple types of medications that address a number of ailments: nausea, headaches, fatigue, cold & flu, acid reflux, heartburn, etc.

How many times can I get an IV in a month?

We can administer an IV once a week without pre-approval from your physician.

What will Oxygen do for me?

There are many benefits of oxygen, most commonly: relief from headaches; increased energy; increase in mood;  improvements in mental alertness; stress relief; and much more. Also, oxygen is complimentary for our IV therapy members.

How much are memberships?

We have a variety of memberships that are designed to fit different lifestyles as well as budget. Please visit our Memberships page for further details and pricing.

How long does the treatment last?

Multiple factors to consider here, what are you getting in your bag, are you getting an IM injection or an IV infusion, what vitamins/medications are your receiving. Come on in and our certified medical professionals can provide you any information that you need.

How long does a treatment take?

Treatments can range from 30-60 min depending on a number of factors. If it is your first time please alot at least an hour for screening, paperwork, and treatment.

What if I have an adverse reaction?

Any adverse reactions from allergies, hives, or feelings of anxiety are issues that our experienced staff are very well equipped to handle. 

Do you have medical professionals on staff?

All personnel are certified medical staff, ranging from Advanced Paramedics, Registered Nurses, to our Medical Director. All services follow standard medical processes you will see in any hospital.