What is IV Infusion Therapy
Why do I need infusion therapy?
Hydration at the cellular level is many times all that is required to regain the homeostasis baseline the human body is constantly working to maintain. Many factors influence this complex physiological process, but arguably none more so than the body’s ability to maintain sufficient hydration. This is easily understood when we think about the primary mechanism to maintain water balance, thirst. When the body needs water, nerve centers deep within the brain are stimulated, resulting in the sensation of thirst. The sensation becomes stronger as the body’s need for water increases, motivating us to drink the needed fluids.
Why choose IV therapy?
IV Therapy takes wellness to the next level. You get maximum absorption because IV therapy bypasses the digestive system and allows for 100% absorption into the bloodstream, resulting in an instant, noticeable improvement in overall body and mental function.
How does the body balance hydration needs?
This water balancing is managed by three main organs, the brain, the adrenal glands, and the kidneys. Working together these organs can adjust to help our bodies maintain the most efficient hydration balance possible; however, it is far more common than most people realize that the body while being as efficient as possible, is ineffective in maintaining the proper balance of water and electrolytes simply because we haven’t provided the input needed to keep pace with the loss of hydration we experience.
What is the best way to stay hydrated?
The best way to ensure you have a healthy balance of water and electrolytes is by maintaining a well-balanced diet, exercising a minimum of 2-3 times weekly, and following the “8x8: Rule” which suggests drinking eight 8oz. glasses of water daily. Most people will fall short of this consumption goal and that’s where IV infusion therapy can help. With just one 1,000cc bag of fluids, you can close this hydration gap and allow your body to function as it best.
How often should you get IV therapy?
When you first begin treatment, you may need to schedule weekly infusion sessions. If you have a chronic health condition that affects your immune system, you may decide to maintain this schedule.
However, most people will benefit from the treatments spaced about two weeks apart once their nutrient levels become stabilized. This is because you should expect your nutrient levels to remain elevated for between two to three weeks after each treatment. Some patients choose to schedule infusion therapy sessions monthly once they have achieved their desired results, and others only seek treatment when they experience symptoms.
How often do I know what additives to consider?
One of our medical professionals will help you decide what the best additives of vitamins and mineral nutrients are added to the IV fluid to complement your lifestyle and health goals. Whether you’re feeling down and need an immune system boot, have low stamina and need a boost in your energy levels, or have a specific ailment such as allergy, muscle & joint pain, diminished mental acuity, or just not feeling like yourself, we can help you overcome and maintain your best self.
How long does mobile IV therapy take in North Texas?
On your first visit you will fill out paperwork and we will discuss your needs. Once you are hooked up, the infusion will take about 30-45 minutes.
Is there any downtime afterward?
There is no downtime with IV therapy. Once the treatment is complete, you can immediately resume your normal activities.
Is it Possible to Get IV Fluids from you at My Home in North Texas?
Yes. And we do not charge extra for an in-home visit. Simply book a session and provide your info on our website. We will soon reach you directly and confirm the arrival time for a paramedic and review the therapy you are requesting. If you need emergency same-day IV therapy in your home or office we can provide this at an additional charge of $50. Do not forget about Dr consults. We can arrange a virtual visit with our physician for an additional $150.
Is Mobile IV Therapy in North Texas Covered by Insurance?
It is possible. Our services can be paid for with Flex or HSA accounts. Often physician orders are required for insurance reimbursement. Keep in mind, our goal is to make IV infusion therapy available to everyone. Our prices are on average 22% lower than aesthetic spas and each session is performed by a paramedic. We feel that by making this feasible for everyone, we might save you from the visit to an Emergency Room and the thousand dollars plus expense that kind of visit can incur.
Can I get Migraine IV Therapy In North Texas at My Home or Office?
Yes. It is as simple as booking on our site. We deliver a paramedic for mobile IV therapy in Dallas County, Denton County, Tarrant County, and Collin County. If you require the same day in-home IV therapy we charge an extra $50.
Do I Tip the Paramedic Providing Mobile IV Therapy in North Texas?
This is not necessary. The paramedic will collect all fees with a credit or debit card before leaving. We take feedback from our customers very seriously as it allows us to continuously improve our services. As a local business, we rely enormously on positive word of mouth and would be grateful if you could share your experience by submitting a Google Review.