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What is IV Nutrient Therapy?


When you think of an IV drip, you probably picture a trip to the ER or admission to the hospital when you're sick. But IV Therapy can be used for so much more! Whether you’re dehydrated, debilitated from a migraine, hungover, suffering from a cold or flu, looking for wellness and beauty, or just have low energy, our IV treatments containing fluids, vitamins, minerals, and medicines will provide you with the care you need in the comfort of your own home.

An IV drip offers fast delivery of nutrients, 100% absorption, and complete rehydration instantly! Getting nutrients delivered directly into the bloodstream ensures that you receive the full benefit of the vitamins you are receiving. Malabsorption, gut issues, and digestive degradation of delicate nutrients can all effect how much nutrition you receive when taking supplements orally. Additionally, many of our therapies contain much higher dosages of vitamins and minerals that, while safe, are difficult for the GI system to handle. Why would you need or want such high dosages of vitamins or minerals? Because in many cases, higher doses are necessary in order to achieve optimal therapeutic benefits. 

The IV Advantage

An IV drip can quickly and effectively alleviate uncomfortable symptoms like migraines, nausea, body aches and many more, speeding up your recovery from hangovers, cold, flu, food poisoning and other conditions. IV drips can also be used to deliver nutrients that are best delivered intravenously, such as glutathione and NAD+, which can help improve your overall wellness, leave you feeling energized, and just all-around good!

  • Book an appointment online or by phone.

  • I'll call you right away and talk with you about your health history, current health needs and determine if you are a candidate to receive treatment under our standard treatment protocols.

  • At the time of your appointment, I will arrive at your home with sanitized equipment and supplies.

  • You choose the spot in your home where you are most comfortable receiving treatment. 

  • I will perform a physical assessment, take vital signs, obtain your medical history, and get your consent for treatment.

  • Using aseptic technique, a needle guided catheter will be placed in your arm and the needle will be retracted leaving only a small flexible catheter.

  • A bag of IV Saline will be started, and if ordered, nutrients and medication will be admixed into the bag.

  • Your vital signs will be checked before, during, and after treatment, and you will be assessed for any adverse reactions throughout the entire process.

  • The treatment generally takes between 30 mins to 1 hour to infuse. NAD+ can take up to 4 hours depending on tolerance.

  • Feel free to pet your dog, cuddle with your children, watch a movie, or get some work done during your infusion.

  • When the IV drip is complete, I will remove the catheter form your arm, assess the site, and dress the area with a wrap to prevent bruising.

The Process

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you prepared for an emergency adverse reaction?

Yes! As a Registered Nurse, I am required to renew my certifications in Basic Life Support (BLS/CPR) every 2 years. Additionally, I maintain certifications for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) as well as Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support. I also carry emergency medications to treat you in the event of an adverse reaction until Paramedics arrive.

Are there any contraindications that would prevent me from receiving treatment?

Yes. You will be assessed during the initial "pre-visit" phone call for the following contraindications:​

  • Hemophilia or other blood clotting disorders

  • Congestive heart failure (CHF)

  • Severe hypertension

  • Impaired renal (kidney) function; acute or chronic

  • Allergy to any of the additives or medications contained in our treatment packages

  • Leber's optic neuropathy ( a rare eye condition) - only contraindicated with Vitamin B12 and MIC

  • Myasthenia Gravis

  • Pregnancy or breastfeeding- may require a Rx from your OBGYN. No Benadryl, Pepcid, Taurine, or Toradol. No Zofran before 13 weeks GA, unless prescribed by your OBGYN

  • Children under the age of 12


What areas of Los Angeles and Ventura County to you serve?

I typically service clients in Westlake Village, Agoura Hills, Malibu, Calabasas, Hidden Hills, Lake Sherwood, Oak Park, North Ranch, Newbury Park, and Thousand Oaks. All other areas will be considered on a case-by case basis. If you live somewhere else, call me and I'll see what I can do. There are many other wonderful nurses working with Mobile IV Medics that may cover your area. There are never "travel fees" charged for traveling to your location.

Do you accept health insurance?

IV therapy treatments are not covered by insurance. However, the cost is equitable to most ER co-pays. Our packages start at just $159, which includes travel to your home.


Do You Offer Discounts? 

Yes! Group discounts are available for 2 or more patients. 10% off for 2-9 patients, 15% off for 10-19 patients. For groups of 20+ we offer 20% off all packages. We also often offer specials on packages. Simply ask if any are available.

Note: payment for group treatments can be divided among however many people are in your group.

What types of payment do you accept and do you charge sales tax?

I can accept all major credit cards and payment from a Health Saving Account (HSA). We do not charge for California sales tax.

Can additional vitamins, minerals, or nutrients be added to a listed IV treatment package?

Yes. All treatment packages can be customized to your needs. IV Bags start At $159 for 1000mL of IV solution. Additional vitamin add-ins are available for $29 each. Nutrients available to be added to IV solution are : Vitamin B-complex, B12, vitamin C, glutathione, magnesium, taurine, zinc, anti-nausea medication, anti-heartburn medication, and anti-inflammatory medications. Lipo-C injections are available for $80.

Discounts are offered for multiple add-ins. Buy 3 get one free, buy 6 get 2 free.

Are gift cards available?

Yes. E-gift cards are available starting at $25 and can be customized to any amount you would like. E-gift cards can be delivered to you or to your intended recipient.

What is your cancellation policy?

Appointments must be cancelled 24 hours in advance to avoid a $75 cancellation fee.

What are your hours of operation?

I am available anytime between 8AM and 8PM. After hours appointments are available for an additional $200 fee.

  • I will wear an N95 mask at all times and will also provide a mask for you.

  • Hands washed for 30 seconds before, during, and after treatment.

  • Gloves worn during entire treatment and sanitized every 10 minutes during admixture and administration process.

  • All equipment is sterilized before, during, and after treatment with hospital grade disinfectant.

  • All critical sites/ports disinfected with 70% isopropyl alcohol.

  • Scrubs changed between every client (except those within the same household).

  • All medications drawn using aseptic technique and prepared outside of patient areas.

  • I follow strict social distancing guidelines, safer at home orders, and wear a mask at all times when it's necessary to travel outside of my home or to provide treatments.

Your safety is my top priority!

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