What is IV Therapy?

IV or intravenous therapy refers to a therapy that delivers fluid into a vein in the body. IV Therapy works by using an injection with a syringe or via infusion, often referred to as a drip. IV therapy is the fastest way to deliver medications, vitamins, Amino Acids, and Peptides into the bloodstream to help with various health conditions.

The specific ingredients used in an infusion treatment depend on your goals, which can include increasing stamina, supplementing low vitamin levels, treating a chronic health condition, or improving hydration.

Is IV Therapy Right for You:
Your success with IV therapy depends on working with a qualified medical provider who can tailor your treatment to the conditions you both decide need to be targeted. Our staff considers a multitude of factors, such as:
diet, medications, medical history, lifestyle, and chief symptoms.

This helps to formulate the right health plan for a comprehensive journey to desired results or ailments.

What are some common uses of IV Therapy:

For the relief of Nausea, Cold and Flu, Dehydration, long term COVID symptoms, Vitamin Deficiency, Altitude Sickness, Overall wellness, and many other Acute/Chronic health conditions.

Popular Ingredients Used in our IV Therapies:
Vitamin B Complex, Glutathione, Vitamin C, Magnesium, Zinc, Amino Acid complexes, Zofran, Toradol and peptides.

Where & When Should You Consider IV Therapy:
When you are considering IV therapy, remember, there is no one-size-fits-all health plan. The staff at Live Hearty will help you with what you need and advise you on what you do not need.

The popularity of IV therapy has skyrocketed in recent years. Everyone from celebrities and influencers to moms and CEO’s, have turned to intravenous injections as a way to boost their vitamin intake. No doubt, having adequate levels of vitamins and minerals is necessary for our bodies to function properly… But there are many reasons to receive your IV with one of our trained medical professionals.

1. Personalized screening & drips: Our staff treats patients comprehensively and prescribes ALL recommended treatment options for your symptoms. Your provider will determine the best IV prescription and/or care for you to meet your health goals and support your overall treatment plan.

2. Medical Setting with Trained Medical Professionals: Our principle of this treatment is to provide personalized medical care in a safe, unhurried environment. We are strict and about safety in our medically supervised setting and safety protocols outside of the office. This standard is reflected whether you are in the office, or in the comfort of your home.

3. Quality: Because our services extend beyond IV therapies, a more extensive treatment plan will be designed by you and one of our staff, where the best options for your goals and symptoms are addressed.

Some of the symptoms and conditions you are suffering from may have nothing to do with your vitamin intake or hydration. Finding out the root cause of your overall health & wellness – is our goal.

Do your Research if you are interested in IV Therapy:
Does the facility have a doctor specially trained in this area?
While some of the facilities offer a spa-like atmosphere to entice customers, most do not actually have a Licensed Doctor present in the office and essentially have a doctor to “rubber stamp” orders. This is particularly true in gyms that offer these services.

Who can Own/Direct a Medical Spa that Provides IV Therapy?
The ownership and operation of a medical spa can vary depending on the regulations and laws specific to the location. Generally, medical spas are required to have a licensed healthcare professional overseeing the medical aspects of the spa. The specific requirements may differ from one jurisdiction to another, but typically a licensed physician, such as a medical doctor (MD) or a doctor of osteopathy (DO), is required to supervise the medical procedures and treatments offered at the medical spa.

Do not be afraid to ask the staff specific questions!
This is a matter of safety!
Such as, how many times a staff member has performed this treatment. Ask about the credentials of the practitioner administering the service. Inquire about follow-up care and the benefits vs. the risk. Are there side effects that you should be aware of? Can you expect any medical reaction with a treatment you may already be on?