Each client varies in their fear of needles and pain tolerance. Our highly trained staff understands this and provides topical numbing agents and carefully places the IV in a manner that offers minimal discomfort.
The majority of generally healthy adults are great candidates for IV therapy. From time to time, someone may have to be turned away because they may require additional diagnostic testing or further medical care that we do not provide. Safety is our top priority at Images. Those who are pregnant or breastfeeding may need to speak with their doctor before having an IV treatment.
No, IV therapy is considered an elective treatment and is not covered by insurance at this time.
The frequency with which a person should have an IV drip varies. For general health and wellness, one to two IV drips a month is suggested to balance any vitamin deficiencies. Our specialists can advise you on the optimal treatment plan.
No major side effects are associated with IV therapy. You may have a small bruise at the injection site or experience a cooling sensation while the fluids infuse in your bloodstream, but these are normal.