How to Find Mobile IV Therapy Near Me

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Do you suffer from debilitating headaches or migraines? What about general fatigue? Dehydration? Recovering from the flu or viral infection?

IV therapy can greatly benefit all of these ailments. Interested in finding IV therapy but don’t know where to turn? No need to Google “IV therapy near me,” this guide will help you locate the right place!

Keep reading to learn more about IV therapy and what to look for in the best places. Don’t hesitate any longer to find pain relief and hydration!

What Is IV Therapy?

IV stands for “intravenous.” It’s an adjective referring to how solution is put into your body. In this case, via your veins.

When people (including medical professionals) use IV as a noun, they’re referring to the process used to get the saline solution into the vein. It’s simply the saline plus medication (or vitamins) in a bag, attached to a tube set, which is attached to a plastic catheter which enters the vein.

IVs are used to get fluids and medicine straight into the bloodstream, to inject an medication, or just to keep someone hydrated. If you’re injured and taken in an ambulance, the first thing the paramedics do is establish a IV line to give you fluids, and if needed lifesaving medications.

IV therapy is when you choose to be hooked up to an IV — you don’t necessarily have to be injured or sick. You could just want certain health benefits. Many people across the U.S. use IV therapy for varying reasons and swear by it!

Professional Athletes, weekend warriors, celebrities, medical professionals, and anyone looking for general improvement in hydration are all doing it. If you’re skeptical that it’s just the current health fad, keep reading to learn the real benefits.

Possible Benefits of IV Therapy

There are countless possible health benefits of IV therapy. Different people use it for different reasons, based on their needs and goals.

Intravenous solution is the fastest and most effective way to deliver medicine and fluids through the body, which is why it can make such a tremendous difference to those who are sick, injured, dehydrated, or recovering. Here are a few things IV therapy can treat:

  • Headaches
  • Migraines (in fact, if you go to the ER with a migraine, most hospital’s go-to treatment is an IV full of fluid, headache medicine, and nausea medicine)
  • We also offer our migraine patients Benadryl for sleep and nausea, as well as IV Magnesium to help relax the smooth muscles. 
  • Nausea & vomiting
  • Flu & other viral symptoms
  • Athletic recovery or preparation (those who lift heavy weights, work out frequently, etc.)
  • Fatigue
  • Skin dullness and dryness (the extra fluid can work wonders for your skin!)
  • Infections like E. Coli
  • Food poisoning
  • Hangovers
  • Dehydration
  • Illness
  • Flu

The coolest thing about IV therapy is that it can benefit you even when you’re not sick or injured. Three good examples of that from the list are athletic recovery, skin dullness, and hangovers.

Some athletes (or just frequent exercisers) use IV therapy to recover after hard workouts, to prepare for competitions, or once in a while just to rejuvenate their bodies. It’s safe, totally legal, and even easy.

Celebrities (and now members of the general public, too!) use IV therapy to enhance the brightness and fullness of their skin. Hydration is the secret to youth, after all!

No one likes a hangover. Sometimes the very thought of one keeps you from drinking, right? But if you did have a little too much to drink last night, you probably already know that hydration is key to getting your brain back.

IV therapy for hangovers is useful, effective, and common. The solution is made up of fluid and vitamins to target hangover symptoms: headache, nausea, and vomiting. No, there’s no “cure” to a hangover, but there are certainly treatments for the terrible symptoms!

Some people experience relief in just minutes. Others see improvement after a few hours. Either way, it’s worth a try!

IV Therapy Near Me

There are a lot of options when it comes to IV therapy. But you only want the best of the best. You want easy, quick, safe, and affordable.

Here are the most reliable ways to find good IV therapy near you:

  • Check out the reviews and Google ratings. These tell a valuable story! When it comes to your health, your money, and your veins, don’t settle for less than four stars.
  • Look at Yelp’s IV hydration pages for your area. You’ll find detailed comments from people just like you. Their honesty is super useful to you.
  • Contact, contact, contact! Don’t hesitate to call or email local IV companies with your questions and concerns. A good company should be able to answer them openly and confidently.
  • Consult your physician, about IV therapy companies they recommend. Your doctor especially can give you helpful guidance. You could also talk to him/her about the ways they think IV therapy will benefit your health specifically.

Arizona IV Medics is based in Phoenix, Arizona. Created in 2016 by Firefighter Paramedics, AZ IV Medics has the most experience providing on demand IV hydration in the comfort of home, hotel or business. For mobile IV therapy in your city, please visit azivmedics.com, or call/text our triage desk at (623) 521-5034 to find out more. We proudly serve Phoenix, Tucson, lake Havasu and Flagstaff.

We cover Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff and Lake Havasu!

Matt Heistan
Matt Heistan
Matt is the CEO of AZ IV Medics. Matt has over 10 years of experience in the emergency medicine field. Matt Attended Westwood High School, Scottsdale Community College and the University of Maryland where he received a BS in Psychology. Matt is a 10-year USAF veteran and has been an EMT since 1999. After separating from the USAF, Matt was hired by the Peoria AZ Fire Dept. where he has worked as a Firefighter Paramedic for the last 10 years. Matt is a life-long athlete, from college football to powerlifting, to Crossfit, to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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