Enrich Family Practice
Family Practice located in Odessa, TX
You can boost your energy and overall sense of wellness in an hour or less with customizable IV hydration therapy. Our practice, provide IV hydration therapy services to improve chronic fatigue, migraines, dehydration, and other ailments. Schedule your IV hydration therapy consultation today by calling the office or booking online.
What is intravenous hydration?
Intravenous (IV) hydration therapy is a rejuvenating treatment that involves infusing nourishing mixtures of nutrients directly into your bloodstream through a catheter. These nutrient-rich IV solutions absorb more quickly and more effectively than they do when you the same vitamins and minerals orally as your digestive system is not involved.
At the beginning of your session, your nurse practitioner places a flexible catheter into a vein in your arm. A single IV hydration service takes anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour, giving you near-immediate results.
The practice has plenty of hydrating options for IV therapy, which they formulate to meet your specific needs. Your nurse practitioner helps you decide which treatment to get.
What does IV hydration therapy treat?
IV hydration therapy has helped men and women improve their health and wellness with ailments like:
- Respiratory infections
- Chronic fatigue
- Musculoskeletal pain
- Thyroid disorders
You can also use IV hydration therapy for athletic recovery purposes, to recover from a particularly unpleasant hangover, or for jet lag.
Which nutrients does my IV hydration therapy include?
The specific formula you use for IV hydration may include vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients such as:
- B vitamins
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin D
- Glutathione and other antioxidants
To ensure you can safely use IV hydration therapy, your provider explores your medical history, medication list, and any potential risk factors that apply to you.
What should I expect after IV hydration therapy?
IV hydration is a very safe treatment when you get it under direct physician supervision. Your nurse practitioner stays in the room with you throughout the treatment and monitors your body’s responses.
When the infusion is complete, you may experience benefits right away. Your nurse practitioner advises you of possible side effects and tells you how to tell the difference between normal occurrences and possible signs of a complication.
You can expect some mild irritation at the infusion site, but our practice follows safety guidelines to minimize the possibility of an infection or overinfusion.
To find out how IV hydration therapy can improve your health and wellness, schedule an appointment over the phone or online today.