Intravenous (IV) therapy is the fastest way for a body to absorb and start benefiting from administered medical fluids. Our IV Drip Packages are specifically designed with the most essential vitamin supplements and nutrients that are not only safe, but actually boost your immune system, speed hangover recovery and support overall wellbeing.
Typically, no significant negative side effects are experienced during or after an IV treatment. Mild bruising and bleeding may occur at the site of injection. A cooling sensation is common while fluids are being administered.
However, you can expect to feel more energized, reinvigorated and healthier immediately after treatment!
You should tailor your IV treatments to your body’s needs. For an average healthy person, there is no problem with getting several treatments per week.
If you are unsure, a consultation directly with the nurse will be made available prior to receiving any services. Our nurses with listen to your heart, lungs, check your blood oxygen levels and blood pressure to make sure that this treatment is safe and effective for you.
Results will depend on the severity of your symptoms. Nausea generally improves within the first hour after treatment, followed by other common symptoms like headache, fatigue and body aches.
There are discounts for groups and packages. Please contact us for more information.
At the time of booking, you will be asked to complete a basic health questionnaire. This is designed to assess your ability to receive IV fluid therapy and ensure your safety throughout the treatment process.
All information will be strictly confidential and kept on HIPAA compliant, private servers.
For appointments scheduled in advance, expect your provider to arrive at the designated time. On-demand services will depend on nurse availability, location and number of appointments set, but we will do our best to reach you within two hours. You will be notified of availability and scheduling window at time of booking on-demand services. (On-demand services may require additional charge)
Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flexible Spending Account (FSA) work like personal savings accounts. However, the funds in the account can only go toward qualifying medical expenses. Please check with your provider to learn about services they cover.
We accept both HSA and FSA debit cards when paying for your service. Each HSA or FSA provider has their own rules and regulations, and some providers may not cover the cost of the IV treatment if they consider it a “cosmetic” treatment. Upon completion of your service we can provide you with a Superbill which you can then submit to your specific HSA or FSA provider, should you need to be reimbursed directly from your provider. The Superbill is a specialized receipt with the medical diagnosis and procedure codes used during our visit with you. Please let us know prior to your appointment if you plan on using your HSA or FSA debit card so we can prepare a Superbill for you. Please read “What is the Superbill used for?” to learn more.
Services are charged to you directly. You may request a Superbill from NeuDrip for your services should you need to submit a detailed receipt to your HSA or HSA provider for reimbursement purposes. All monies are paid upfront to NeuDrip by the client and it is up to your HSA or FSA provider to cover the services or not. Some HSA and FSA providers will allow you to use your card for other family members, please check with your provider prior to your appointment. Superbills can also be used to submit to your insurance carrier for further review and on your providers reimbursement form. See “Links for Insurance Reimbursement Forms”.
Sorry, we not longer accept Care Credit at this time.
Yes and no. Unfortunately, most insurances do not recognize diagnostic and treatments codes for in home IV services. However, those rules are changing everyday. We offer medical consultations with documentation and Superbills that you can submit to your insurance company to attempt reimbursement. Please see “Links for Insurance Reimbursement Forms”.