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Brandon Medical Centers' IV Therapy

Looking for a fast, effective, and safe way deliver 100% of nutrients directly into the bloodstream?

Traditional vitamins lose a large percentage of their efficacy by being processed through the digestive tract and rely on the gastrointestinal system for absorption. At Brandon Medical Center , we are your best choice for IV vitamin therapy in Brandon Florida.

We offer 7 different therapies that could make you feel better fast! Yes, we are near you. located conveniently in Brandon Florida off SR 60. Call us Today

 

Some Common Uses of Intravenous Therapy:

  • Immune System Support
  • Cold and Flu Relief
  • Hangover Relief
  • Pregnancy Symptom Alleviation
  • Athletic Performance Recovery
  • Migraine and Headache Relief
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What Is IV Therapy?

IV therapy is a straightforward procedure. Regardless of the type of IV therapy you are receiving, you can expect the process to be pretty uniform, safe and easy. The nurse administering the therapy will talk you through the procedure. Generally, you will be seated somewhere comfortable for the duration of the therapy. The nurse will disinfect the injection site and place a needle directly in a vein. The IV will typically be placed in the arm, but it is possible to be placed elsewhere.

Once the IV is inserted, the nurse will check the pump to ensure the rate of delivery is correct. IV therapy can be delivered via a manual pump or an electronic pump. The fluid drips through the catheter and enters your body. Once inside your body, the fluid from the IV bag is absorbed directly into the bloodstream. This method typically delivers medication faster than oral administration. During IV therapy, you need to keep still, so you do not disturb or dislodge the catheter. There is a requirement remaining in place and still during the session. You are welcome to view TV, read or use and electronic device during the session.

What Are The Benefits Of IV Therapy?

IV therapy can be beneficial for many different people for different reasons. Two of the primary benefits for anyone who wants to try IV therapy include:

  • Easy and convenient: For many common symptoms, IV therapy is an easy and convenient option. IV therapy is not a complicated procedure. When you visit our office you will pick a comfortable spot, and we will do the rest. The insertion of the IV is relatively painless, just a small pinch. After it is inserted, you should feel very little discomfort. The IV drip will do its job while you watch TV, read or work on your mobile device.
  • Health and wellness: For the most part, IV therapy is used to promote health and wellness. The infusion of fluids, vitamins and minerals can help support a healthy immune system, promote healthy skin and keep you hydrated. The right balance of vitamins and minerals in the body can also help improve your energy levels.

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How Long Does A IV Therapy Session Take? How Long Do the Effects Last?

IV therapy drips amino acids, vitamins, minerals and fluids at a controlled rate. Once you are connected to the IV, which is usually a quick and simple process, the duration of the therapy will depend on why you are undergoing IV therapy. This process can take longer, but will typically require 45 minutes to an hour of your time. Some IV therapies can be done relatively quickly, while others will take longer.

How quickly will you feel the effects of the IV therapy drip? The answer depends on why you are undergoing IV therapy. In some cases, you may feel the effects almost immediately. In other cases, it may take more time. The effects can last for up to a few days after completing the procedure, depending on a number of different factors.

What Is IV Therapy?

IV therapy is a straightforward procedure. Regardless of the type of IV therapy you are receiving, you can expect the process to be pretty uniform, safe and easy. The nurse administering the therapy will talk you through the procedure. Generally, you will be seated somewhere comfortable for the duration of the therapy. The nurse will disinfect the injection site and place a needle directly in a vein. The IV will typically be placed in the arm, but it is possible to be placed elsewhere.

Once the IV is inserted, the nurse will check the pump to ensure the rate of delivery is correct. IV therapy can be delivered via a manual pump or an electronic pump. The fluid drips through the catheter and enters your body. Once inside your body, the fluid from the IV bag is absorbed directly into the bloodstream. This method typically delivers medication faster than oral administration. During IV therapy, you need to keep still, so you do not disturb or dislodge the catheter. There is a requirement remaining in place and still during the session. You are welcome to view TV, read or use and electronic device during the session.