What is IV therapy?
Intravenous hydration bypasses the digestive system and absorbs Supplements and fluids quicker and at a higher percentage than those taken orally. RevitalMed IV infusions are specifically designed with the most essential vitamin supplements and nutrients that are safe, boost your immune system, speed hangover recovery and support overall wellbeing.
How does IV hydration work?
IV hydration delivers the hydration and essential nutrients your body needs directly into your bloodstream. The fluids, electrolytes and vitamins are absorbed quickly and you receive 100% absorption of the contents in the infusion.
Is IV hydration safe?
IV therapy is completely safe. The ingredients are substances that your body naturally absorbs from food and vitamins, and are provided by reputable and accredited pharmacies and suppliers.
Does IV therapy hurt?
A pinch is felt as the needle enters the vein, but the infusion process is painless. Patients may feel a cooling sensation near the site of needle insertion.
How long does the treatment take?
The type of treatment you choose will determine the duration of your visit. IV drips can last anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes. Booster shots are completed anywhere from 5-20 minutes.
Are there side effects with IV treatments?
Mild bruising and bleeding may occur at the site of injection. A cooling sensation is common while fluids are being administered. All other possible risks are within the RevitalMed consent information.
How long will it be until I feel the effects of the IV treatment? How long do the effects usually last?
Depending on your hydration status you may see effects immediately and continue to feel the effects 3-4 days after your first IV treatment. Even if you don’t “feel” effects immediately or over the next few days, you’re still reaping the benefits of your treatment. Your level of dehydration, other physical imbalances, and your unique physical makeup all factor in to how you feel after your treatment
How often can I receive IV injection treatments?
The frequency of your infusions depends on your hydration needs and your choice of IV therapy. During your consultation, we will discuss which options are best: weekly, biweekly or monthly treatments and devise a total wellness plan right for you.
Who administers the treatments?
All IV infusion and booster shot treatments are administered by our medical professionals: Medical doctor, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and nurses.
Can I get IV therapy while pregnant?
Vitamin therapy can be used to treat dehydration, vitamin deficiency, and provide essential nutrients if nausea or vomiting make keeping food down difficult. Please consult with your OB-GYN and Primary care provider prior to booking an appointment.
Can I use insurance to cover IV therapy?
RevtialMed does not accept insurance. However, we have affordable options including our membership prices that are accommodating for guests that need weekly, and monthly IV treatments.
Can IV therapy help with a cold/flu?
IV therapy can help reduce symptoms by replenishing your body fluids, balancing electrolytes and providing essential nutrients so your body can fight off the sickness and build your immunity.
Can IV therapy replace drinking water?
While IV hydration is a great way to rehydrate in a quick manner, RevitalMED encourages our patients to drink plenty of water every day to maintain healthy hydration. IV therapy is a be a better option when digestive issues prevent your body from keeping fluids down.