IV Infusion

IV therapy, or intravenous therapy, involves the infusion of fluids, nutrients, and medications directly into your bloodstream through a small catheter. It is a quick and efficient way to deliver essential substances to your body.

IV therapy can be used to address various health concerns, including dehydration, vitamin deficiencies, fatigue, immune support, and even hangover relief. It's essential to consult with a healthcare provider to determine the right IV therapy for your needs.

Yes, IV therapy is generally safe when administered by trained healthcare professionals. Our team is experienced and follows strict safety protocols to ensure your well-being during the procedure.

During an IV therapy session, you'll sit comfortably while a small catheter is inserted into a vein, typically in your arm. The infusion will then begin, and you can relax, read, or use your device while receiving the treatment. Most sessions take around 30 to 60 minutes.

The insertion of the catheter may cause a brief pinch or discomfort, but the process is generally well-tolerated. Once the catheter is in place, you should not feel any pain during the treatment. Some people feel chilled while receiving IV therapy, don’t worry we have a cozy blanket to help with that.

The duration of the effects varies depending on the type of IV therapy and individual factors. Some people may feel immediate benefits, while others may experience gradual improvements over several hours or days.

Side Effects Are Generally Minimal But Can Include Mild Bruising At The Insertion Site Or A Slight Sensation Of Coldness During The Infusion. Serious Complications Are Rare But Can Include Infection, Electrolyte Derangement Or Allergic Reactions. Our Healthcare Providers Take All Necessary Precautions To Minimize Risks.

The frequency of IV therapy sessions depends on your individual needs and goals. Some individuals choose to receive treatments regularly for ongoing wellness, while others use it as needed for specific concerns. For those wanting regular therapy we typically recommend every two weeks.

You can schedule an IV therapy session by contacting our clinic directly or booking an appointment through our website. Our team will assist you in choosing the right therapy for your needs and finding a convenient time slot.

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I dislike all insurance companies equally 😊. Being able to offer these cash price services makes the whole process better for everyone. And lets face it most insurances often don’t provide the coverage we’d hoped leaving us feeling blindsided with bills. Not here, what you see is what you pay! What you get is what you’d expect.


Botox is a brand name for a purified form of botulinum toxin type A. It is used for cosmetic purposes to temporarily reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Botox works by blocking nerve signals in the muscles where it is injected. This temporarily relaxes the muscles, reducing the appearance of wrinkles caused by muscle contractions.

Botox is commonly used to treat wrinkles in areas such as the forehead, between the eyebrows (frown lines), and around the eyes (crow's feet). It can also be used for other facial lines and medical purposes, like treating excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) and migraines.

Yes, when administered by a qualified healthcare professional, Botox is generally considered safe. It has been used for cosmetic and medical purposes for many years with a proven safety record.

During a Botox treatment, a healthcare provider will use a fine needle to inject Botox into specific muscles. The procedure is relatively quick, often taking around 10 to 20 minutes, and there is minimal discomfort.

You may begin to see results within a few days, with full results typically appearing within two weeks. The effects of Botox are temporary and can last anywhere from three to six months, depending on the individual.

Side effects are usually mild and temporary. Common side effects include slight bruising or swelling at the injection site, headache, or mild discomfort. Serious side effects are rare.

Yes, Most People Can Resume Their Normal Activities Immediately After A Botox Treatment. It Is Recommended That You Remaining Upright For At Least Four Hours After Injection. It Is Also Recommended To Avoid Strenuous Exercise And Excessive Sun Exposure On The Day Of The Procedure. We Encourage You To Schedule Any Facial Services A Minimum Of 48 Hours Before Or After Injections To Avoid Skin Irritation And Migration Of Tox.

The frequency of Botox injections varies from person to person. Typically, treatments are repeated every three to six months to maintain the desired results.

Botox may be suitable for individuals who want to reduce the appearance of wrinkles caused by muscle movement. It's essential to consult with a qualified healthcare provider to determine if Botox is the right option for your specific concerns and goals.