Schedule an appointment online or by calling 512-337-3561. At the time of booking, you will need to identify the location at which you will be receiving your vitamin IV drip. Choose the time slot you would prefer. You will then provide payment information. After booking one of our team members will contact you to confirm your appointment and that you have completed the waiver.
We want you to be as comfortable as possible during your experience. It is fine to eat or drink fluids before your IV. Most importantly just find a comfortable spot and relax!
No severe side effects are expected following an IV infusion. There may be minor bruising at the IV site after completion. Many people experience a “chill” feeling as the fluids go into the body which is completely normal.
Our Premium IV Drips start at $179. Additional vitamins may be added at $20 each.
Almost anyone! Your medical history is taken into consideration however, just about anyone can benefit from IV vitamin therapy. Your IV Specialist will review your medical history prior to treatment to ensure your safety.
We do! We have discounted rates for groups of 5 or more. Please contact us in advance to schedule.
Depending on where you are there may be an additional travel fee. Call us if you have a question about your location.
Our medics and nurses have years of experience starting IV’s in an emergency setting. They use techniques that help find the veins and minimize pain. Since we will be administering the IV’s in a relaxed setting, we can take our time in finding a vein. In the rare occurrence that we can’t access a vein, we can still deliver vitamins through an intramuscular injection.
You are able to tip in cash or with card at time of payment. Tips are very much appreciated.
We do accept FSA or HSA credit cards but our services are not covered by insurance. Our services are much cheaper than a normal copay at an emergency room or urgent care.
This varies from person to person. Most people use IV therapy as needed for recovery or in preparation for an athletic event. IVs can be administered weekly to maintain hydration or in a series over a few days to recover from severe dehydration or some illnesses.
A typical IV drip takes about 35-45 minutes once the infusion has started. There is a small pinch when it comes to getting an IV. However, it is expected to be a minor pinch and lasts less than a second.