Mobile IV therapy involves receiving intravenous fluids, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients directly into your bloodstream in the comfort of your own location, such as your home, office, or hotel room.

A trained healthcare professional comes to your location with the necessary equipment. They’ll insert a small catheter into a vein, and the IV solution is administered. This allows for efficient absorption of nutrients and hydration.

Mobile IV therapy can provide rapid hydration, replenish essential nutrients, boost energy levels, support immune function, aid in recovery after exercise or illness, and alleviate symptoms of hangovers and migraines.

People who can benefit from mobile IV therapy include those with busy schedules, athletes, individuals recovering from illnesses, those with hangover symptoms, and anyone looking for an energy or immune system boost.

Mobile IV therapy can help with dehydration, fatigue, jet lag, cold and flu symptoms, headaches, migraines, athletic recovery, immune support, and general wellness.

Yes, when administered by trained professionals, mobile IV therapy is generally safe. However, it’s important to disclose your medical history and any current medications to the healthcare provider before the session.

IV treatments can vary and may include hydration solutions, vitamin and mineral blends, immune support formulas, energy-boosting mixes, and specialized formulations for specific needs.

A mobile IV therapy session typically takes around 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the specific treatment and individual needs.

Mobile IV therapy is not a substitute for medical treatment, but it can complement certain medical plans, aid in recovery, and provide general wellness benefits.

IV drips may contain a combination of vitamins such as B vitamins, vitamin C, minerals like magnesium and calcium, amino acids, and electrolytes.

The frequency of sessions can vary based on individual needs and goals. Some people opt for occasional treatments, while others may schedule sessions more frequently.

Yes, mobile IV therapy can help alleviate hangover symptoms and dehydration by quickly rehydrating the body and replenishing essential nutrients.

In many cases, a doctor’s prescription might not be necessary, as most mobile IV therapy providers have medical professionals who evaluate your needs before administering treatment.

All of our practitioners are licensed RN’s and Paramedics.

The main difference is the convenience of receiving IV therapy at your chosen location with mobile services, compared to visiting a clinic. The treatments and benefits are similar.

You can call or text us at 214-329-0799.

You might need to provide information about your medical history and any medications you’re taking. It’s recommended to be well-hydrated before the session.

Pricing starts at $150, all travel fees and taxes are included.

In most cases, mobile IV therapy is considered elective and not covered by insurance. We accept Credit Card, Debit Card, Cash and HSA/FSA cards.

While side effects are rare, potential risks can include infection, bruising at the injection site, and vein irritation.

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