Frequently Asked Questions
Who can benefit from an IV bag?
Almost anyone! Depending on your health history, most everyone will benefit from receiving an IV.
Intravenous IV drips are the fastest and most effective way to deliver fluids, vitamins, and medicines throughout the body.
IV drips bypass the digestive system when you can’t keep fluids down.
• General fatigue
• Athletes recovering or preparing for an event/competition
• Flu/viral illness symptoms
• Low Energy
• Vitamin Deficiency
• Food poisoning
Late hours? Can you come to my home in the middle of the night?
We do offer after hours service. This is subject to availability and location.
Also, an additional after-hours fee of $100 will apply
How often can I get a treatment?
This is dependent on you and your needs.
Some patients receive IVs weekly for wellness or detox
Patients commonly have a few sessions over several days to help fight off a chronic or acute illness, food poisoning, e coli, flu or other bacteria/virus
Many patients find that getting one at the first sign of a migraine will lessen it's severity or prevent it altogether - some migraine sufferers even keep us on speed dial!
Patients frequently call us as-needed for hangover recovery, athletic recovery, or to help with dehydration from working in the summer sun
I have terrible veins. What if you can't get an IV?
All of our medical professionals are very skilled and seasoned at getting IV’s while using techniques and products to minimize pain as well. Since our IV services are not administered in an emergency situation, we can be patient in finding the best access. Although very rare, if we are unable gain access, we may still be able to help with our intramuscular medications.
What's the youngest individual you can treat?
We are able to treat patients who are ages 12 and older or 100 pounds. The patient must be fully willing to receive the IV
How long does a treatment take?
Depending on the patient and what you receive, appointments usually take anywhere from 40-60 minutes
Do you accept tips?
Yes! Tips for our nurses are accepted and very much appreciated if you feel inclined to do so
Do you accept insurance?
We do not accept insurance, but we do accept HSA, Cash, Venmo, Check, Debit, and Credit
Who is your most frequent patient?
We have many different patients that we see. General illness, fatigue, and dehydration are our most frequently seen patients, along with hangovers & food poisoning
How are you able to perform mobile IV's?
We operate under a strict set of protocols that our medical director has approved; all treatments are prescribed to you by him. All of our medical professionals are nurses who are certified, trained, and skilled to administer your IV.
Who cannot receive an IV treatment?
We cannot administer IV’s to patients that have
CHF (Congestive Heart Failure)
CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease) renal failure
Those on dialysis
Any patient with abnormal vital signs
Those experiencing a medical emergency
How often should I do a B12 boost?
B12 shots are typically done weekly
What is Glutathione and what does it do?
Master Antioxidant produced in the body
Nervous system health
Protects against free radicals and oxidative stress
Can you treat me if I'm on hospice?
YES! We have many hospice patients that we assist
MY HSA rejected my claim, what can you do?
Sorry. All we can do is provide you a detailed receipt
Can you access my port or PICC line?
Unfortunately, we do not
Will you travel to me for just a B12 shot?
No, we have a minimum of $100 for use to come out. Grab a few friends & do 3 additional B12 shots. That, or add it on to an IV