FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

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The first visit will include the initial assessment and some very brief paperwork. This usually takes under 1 hour. Subsequent visits are typically under 40 minutes. Vitamin shots only take about 15 minutes.

You should avoid IV infusion if: you are pregnant, breastfeeding, under 18 years of age, in generally poor health, undergoing chemotherapy, have a history of heart disease, uncontrolled hypertension or have had an organ transplant.

Generally, no special preparation is needed. However, it is important NOT to consume any alcoholic beverages within 4 hours of infusion.

There are no limitations after an IV infusion. However, to obtain the maximum benefit, we highly recommend avoiding alcohol for the remainder of the day.

While bruising at the site of the IV is uncommon, it can happen in those who are prone to bruising easily. We take every precaution possible to minimize any bruising. We also instruct our patients to not bend their arm immediately after an IV infusion.
After the infusion our patients have reported feelings of calm, sustained energy, improved mental focus, and overall wellbeing. During the first few minutes you might actually taste vitamins.

For maximum benefits, we recommend an initial “loading” phase of 4 once-a-week IV infusions. This phase is followed by “maintenance” IV infusions once or twice a month.

Our staff of highly trained nurses or paramedics with many years of experience will perform the IV infusions.
Our products are made in the United States (California) and represent the purest forms of vitamins. We pride ourselves on offering only the highest quality products available.
The majority of our patients report significant positive mental and physical changes after the very first session. These changes continue throughout the entire 4-week loading phase. As these changes continue, our patients report being much more motivated to embrace the various elements of the Program.

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