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Vitamin Therapy

Vitamin therapy, or IV therapy, delivers fluids, minerals, amino acids and/or vitamins directly into the bloodstream. It is the fastest and most effective way to deliver vital nutrients vitamins, directly into a person’s body. IV therapy is delivered intravenously (via vein) or injection in the fat or muscle.  

​Vitamin therapy can also correct electrolyte and vitamin deficiencies 

Vitamin therapy is a viable option for recovery and wellness for athletes who regularly push their bodies to the limit.

Whether you are interested in infusion therapy for your fitness goals, general wellness, or to fight off that nasty hangover, start your wellness journey with ClubHouse Medspa
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IV Vitamin Drips

Myers Cocktail

Most popular! Myers cocktail is used as a general wellness remedy, contains vitamins and minerals that increase wellbeing when a person feels run down.

Hangover Relief

Hydrate and replenish before or after a night out. Combat hangoverelated symptoms like dehydration, headache and nausea.

Beauty Secret

Detoxify your body and improve hair, nails and complexion to help you look and feel the best.
 

Performance Recovery

Recover from workouts and illness. Boost immune function, reduce inflammation, and support faster muscle healing.

Immunity Booster

Includes a blend of IV Fluids, vitamins and antioxidants to cleanse your body and supercharge your immune system.

Build a Bag

Customize your own IV bag using a combination of IV fluids, vitamins, electrolytes, and antioxidants that are effective at addressing a range of conditions such as:

INGREDIENTS:

  • Amino Acids

  • Methyl-B12

  • B Complex

  • Biotin

  • Calcium Chloride

  • Vitamin C

  • Folic Acid

  • Glutathione

  • MIC

  • Selenium

  • Zinc

Migraine + Pain Relief

Energy Mixture

Detoxification Mixture

Anti-Stress Mixture

Anti-Aging/Skin Mixture

Acne Fighter Mixture

IM Vitamin Shot

B12 Shot

Vitamin D Shot

Slim Shot

Super Charge with this combo of

B Complex, B12, and MIC.

Pre+ Postcare Instructions

PRE+ INSTRUCTIONS

To have a safe and effective IV therapy session, it is important that you adhere to the following pre- and post-visit instructions.

Before your appointment:

  • Plan to be at the clinic at least 15 minutes before your infusion to fill out necessary paperwork if you are a first-time patient.

    • If you are a repeat patient, then arrive 5 minutes before infusion.

  • You can take your regular medications as normal on the day of treatment. If you are taking any of the following medications, you must hold them the day of your treatment:

POST INSTRUCTIONS

After your IV infusion:

  • Continue to wear dressing applied to the IV infusion site for 1 hour to prevent break through bleeding.

  • You can apply cold packs or take naproxen (Aleve) for any post injection/infusion pain.

  • A light meal and 16 ounces of water are recommended after the infusion

  • Monitor your IV site for redness, pain, warmth, or swelling. This could be a sign of infection or an adverse reaction. If this occurs, please call (YOUR CLINIC AND NUMBER).

  • Continue routine follow up with your mental health and/or primary care provider for continued treatment and evaluation.

  • If any mild side effects occur such as hives, nausea, fever, cramping, headaches, or any additional non-life-threatening symptoms, please call (YOUR CLINIC AND NUMBER) immediately. If it is after hours, then please report to your closest urgent care or emergency department.

  • If any type of serious adverse events occurs such as diffuse hives, shortness of breath, trouble swallowing, chest pain, severe headache, changes in consciousness, increase pain/swelling in the arm that the infusion was given in, or anything else that is concerning, call 911 or report to the emergency department immediately.

  • You can expect to feel improvements in your symptoms within 15-90 minutes of your infusion. These effects can last up to 1 to 1 and a half weeks.

  • Patients can present for repeat infusions every 2 weeks unless determined otherwise by your treating provider

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