How much do the IV’s cost?
IV’s start at just $100! Medications and vitamins are available as add-ons to correct specific ailments.
What medications or vitamins are available as IV add-ons?
The medications and vitamins available include:
Vitamin C (immune boost)
B-Complex (liver/immune health)
What if I don’t know what IV treatment would be best for me?
ur team brings all of our available medications with them and are knowledgeable in the purpose and safety. The Registered Nurse takes a verbal and physical assessment for the purpose of the IV to the specific patient. Infusion, vitamin, and medication recommendations will be made based off of this assessment.
What can IV’s be given for?
Dehydration, flu, colds, morning sickness, athletic performance, migraines, hangovers, heat exhaustion, chemotherapy related nausea, kidney stones, food poisoning, and so much more!
Can you access my port?
YES we can! We have nurses on our staff that are port certified and our medical director is an oncology/chemotherapy and special infusion trained nurse practitioner.
How often do I need to be seen?
IV fluids can be administered as often as needed!
How long does it take?
IV therapy from arrival to completion takes about 45 minutes to an hour. This takes into account starting an IV, fluids running, and any medication delivery. Individual times vary depending on exact infusion.
Can I use my insurance?
We do not take insurance. We do accept Health Savings Account (HSA) cards as well as all other major forms of payment.
Where are the IV’s done at?
We have a local clinic located in heart of Lake Havasu BUT we first and foremost are MOBILE! Our wonderful team of Registered Nurses COME RIGHT TO YOU in your home, hotel room, office, or boat.
Can I get just an injection?
Injections are offered mobile in conjunction with an IV or mobile for groups of 7 or more.
Independent injections can be obtained at our shot clinics:
NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED