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We have your  answers below

  • How long does an IV treatment take?
    The length of an IV treatment can vary depending on the specific treatment being administered. However, most IV treatments take about 30-60 minutes to complete.
  • Why must I come 7 days a week to get my I.V. treatment for my infection?
    Just like any other medication taken for a medical problem, antibiotics need to be administered daily until we achieved maximum medical improvement. And, yes, we are open on the weekends because infections don’t know what day of the week it is!
  • How many total weeks is a typical I.V. treatment?
    Although each case is different, the average is 2-6 weeks, depending on how the patient responds to the treatments.
  • Do you use a PICC lines?
    We first try utilizing“butterfly” needles, because it is 100% safe from transmission of infection before offering a PICC line which has potential adverse complications.
  • What is an IV treatment?
    An IV treatment is a method of administering fluids and nutrients directly into the bloodstream through a vein. It can be used to deliver medications, hydration, and/or vitamins and minerals.
  • Are IV treatments safe?
    IV treatments are generally considered safe when administered by a trained healthcare professional. However, as with any medical procedure, there is a risk of complications or side effects.
  • What is a vitamin bar treatment?
    A vitamin bar treatment is a method of administering vitamins and minerals through an IV. The ingredients in the IV are tailored to the specific needs of the individual and can include vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.
  • Who can benefit from a vitamin bar treatment?
    Vitamin bar treatments can be beneficial for individuals who are looking to boost their overall health and wellness or those who may be deficient in certain vitamins or minerals.
  • What are the potential side effects of a vitamin bar treatment?
    Possible side effects of a vitamin bar treatment may include allergic reactions, infection, bleeding, and inflammation at the site of the IV. It is also important to note that receiving high doses of certain vitamins or minerals may be harmful and cause side effects. It is important to discuss any potential concerns with a healthcare professional before receiving a vitamin bar treatment.
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