• How does the appointment work?

    When you attend your appointment for the first time, you will have a consultation with the nurse to make sure we understand your needs. All infusions are administered under an order from one of our Doctors which is arranged during the appointment. Our Nurse will then monitor you during the infusion to ensure your safety and comfort and answer any questions you have about the infusion.

  • Can I come in just for an IM Shot?

    Yes, you can, and you don’t have to book, during opening hours you can just turn up and request an IM shot with Veronica and the team.

  • How often do I need an IV infusion?

    This is all depends on the individual.

    The most ideal frequency is one vitamin drip every 2-3 weeks.
    The vitamins last in your system for about 2 weeks. I would suggest the most beneficial ongoing health treatment is every 2-3 weeks.

    Every 4 weeks is still quite good.

    And every 6 weeks is still incredibly beneficial for you.

    A “Once off” infusion for an immunity boost when a cold/flu occurs and back it up with another IV infusion to maintain general wellness.

    For those that have pre-existing medical conditions such as fatigue or autoimmune conditions – may choose to have an IV infusion more frequently.

  • How does IV therapy work?

    IV Therapy works by infusing essential vitamins, minerals, and amino acids directly into the body via the intravenous route (into the veins) and directly into the bloodstream. The advantage of administering nutrients via the IV route is that higher level of nutrients can be introduced into the body than would not be possible or tolerate to take the orally. A vitamin drip treatment takes approximately 30-45 minutes, but can sometimes be faster or slower depending on the person.

  • Do I need to have a blood test to get a vitamin infusion?

    No. Our Registered Nurses provide free in depth consultants to determine what your concerns are, then recommend the best nutrients address your concerns. We also have scripting doctors.

  • How long does it take?

    It depends on the individual. Most appointments run from 45 minutes to 60 minutes, allowing time for an initial consultation and documentation as well as any questions you may have about the infusion. A vitamin drip treatment takes approximately 30-45 minutes, but can sometimes be faster or slower depending on the person.

  • How long do the benefits last?

    Since everyone’s body and health status is different, your body will use the nutrients at different speeds; and depending on the reason for getting the treatment, some people will require a weekly or fornightly infusion, and for others, the nutrients can last up to 4-6 weeks.