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Why IV Therapy?

Have you ever wondered if your symptoms could be related to something as simple as dehydration and nutrient depletion?

Many conditions such as autoimmune disease, food allergies, poor diet, alcoholism, long-term prescription drug use and stress can deplete nutrient stores and inhibit the body's ability to absorb fluids and essential nutrients through the digestive tract.

 

IV therapy is administered through the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive system altogether, allowing for nearly 100% absorption of fluids and essential nutrients.

 

It's the fastest and most effective way to rehydrate and replenish the body for quick relief of symptoms related to hangover, dehydration, cold, flu, migraine, pregnancy-related nausea, food poisoning, chronic illness, malabsorption issues, strenuous activity and athletic performance.

IV therapy has been used safely in hospitals around the world for decades, but it's not just for emergent hospital visits anymore. The word is out and people are seeing benefits from regular IV therapy at a fraction of the cost and time it takes in a traditional health-care setting.

The best part is that we deliver this treatment right to your door! No waiting rooms, no babysitters, no hassle!

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More about the products we use.

  • Normal Saline
    An isotonic solution that quickly hydrates at the cellular level.
  • Vitamin B Complex
    Converts carbohydrates into energy, breaks down fats and proteins, maintains muscle tone and nervous system and builds healthy hair, skin and nails. Vitamin B1 (Thiamine): Essential for cellular energy production and nerve conductivity. Combats depression, irritability, nausea, muscle weakness, constipation and peripheral neuropathy. Vitamin B2 (Riboblavin): Assists cellular energy production and respiration. May help relieve headaches, migraines and rosacea. Vitamin B3 (Niacin): Needed to release energy from carbohydrates, fats and proteins. May help with muscle fatigue, indigestion, depression, insomnia, headaches and skin issues. Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid): Soothes and supports adrenal glands and aids in wound healing. May help relieve rheumatoid arthritis and lower cholesterol. Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine): Known as the anti-stress vitamin and anti-inflammatory. Aids in metabolism and stabilizing blood sugar. May help with ADHD, weight loss, atherosclerosis and kidney stone prevention. Balances mood and promotes healthy skin.
  • Vitamin B12
    Vital to brain health and energy. Essential for building new blood cells, DNA and nerve insulation. Deficiencies lead to brain fog, fatigue and rapid aging. May help with weight loss, chronic fatigue, MS, nerve damage, brain disorders, shingles and headaches. Most adults are chronically low in B12 as common medications (like asprin, antacids, PPIS, metformin and other prescription medications) interfere with its absorption in the stomach.
  • Glutathione
    Known as the master antioxidant. Rapidly depleted by stress and toxins. Most adults are deficient. Helps cell create energy. Anti-inflammatory and anti-aging. Helps detoxify pollution, radiation, drugs, molds, chemicals and heavy metals. Reduces cellular damage from things like diabetes and alcohol. May reduce sysmptoms of parkinson's and alzheimer's, autism, respiratory disease and psoriasis.
  • Magnesium
    Crucial in preventing high blood pressure, building strong bones and maintaining a steady heart rhythm. Very relaxing and can help with stress, anxiety, insomnia and constipation. Also reduces inflammation.
  • Zinc
    A nutrient required by the body to stay healthy. Needed to make proteins and DNA, the genetic material in all cells. Needed during pregnancy, infancy and childhood to grow and develop properly. Helps the immune system fight off viruses and bacteria and aids in wound healing. Is important for proper sense of taste and smell.
  • Taurine
    Taurine is necessary for metabolic and digestive processes. It helps the liver make bile to break down fats in the intestines. Taurine is also shown to increase energy and exercise performance and specifically combat exercise fatigue and reduce muscle damage. It is heart-healthy and can help reduce blood pressure and increase blood flow through the arteries.
  • Anti-Histamine
    Medication that helps to treat allergic reactions like rash and itching. Also assists with insomnia and difficulty sleeping. (Benadryl)
  • Anti-Nausea
    Medication to reduce nausea. Used for vomitting, migranes, hangovers and food poisoning. (Zofran, Reglan)
  • Non-Steroidal Pain Relief
    Anti-inflammatory drug used to treat moderate-to-severe pain and inflammation. Non-narcotic and non-addictive. (Ofirmev, Toradol)
  • Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory
    Anti-inflammatory drug. Non-narcotic and non-addictive. (Decadron)
  • NAD+
    NAD+ IV treatment is on the cutting edge of anti-aging, detox, brain health and longevity research. NAD+ is a helper molecule that exists in every one of your cells. It may support various facets of healthy aging. Possible benefits include brain cell protection, helping with weight loss, lowering heart disease risk, cancer risk and more. NAD refers to nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. It is one of a few coenzymes found in all living cells. It exists in two forms — NAD+ and NADH. NAD+ is the oxidized form, and it accepts electrons. NADH is the reduced form, and it donates electrons. NAD+ converts into NADH when it gains electrons and a hydrogen molecule. NAD+ is needed for basic biological processes including DNA maintenance and metabolism. It works hard in your cells and those of other mammals as well as in yeast, plants and bacteria. Without NAD+, nothing can live and low levels can lead to negative health consequences. Unfortunately, levels of NAD+ decline as we age. NAD+ causes two general sets of reactions in the human body: It helps turn nutrients into energy, playing an essential role in metabolism. It works as a helper molecule for proteins, regulating other types of biological activity. Processes like these are critical since they help with regulating circadian rhythms and oxidative stress while also maintaining DNA health. Uses for NAD+ NAD+ AND ALCOHOL: Alcohol is made from sugar, whether that sugar is from potatoes, barley, grapes or molasses. Alcohol abuse affects the brain on a cellular level. For your body to process alcohol, it must first be detoxified by enzymes requiring NAD+ to function. In this process, NAD+ serves two functions — it detoxifies alcohol into sugar and helps turn that sugar into energy. In this way, NAD+ IV therapy may help you reduce alcohol cravings by replenishing drained enzymes and targeting brain restoration. NAD+ AND CARBS: When NAD+ converts into NADH, it helps convert carbs into energy since it plays an essential role in glycolysis — the cycle by which your body converts sugar into energy. NAD+ AND FAT: Energy metabolism is an essential function of NAD+. Your cells use NAD+ to convert the food and beverages you consume into the energy you require to stay healthy. NAD+ does this by turning into NADH, which helps burn proteins and fats in the cell. NAD+ AND SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE: Even if you live a sedentary lifestyle, you still need NAD+ for basic biological functions, such as breathing, sleeping and eating. NAD+ therapy can offer people who have a sedentary lifestyle realize improved energy levels. NAD+ AND SUNLIGHT: You may already know that too much sun can be a bad thing. However, one reason why this is true is because of NAD+. Your cells use NAD+ for sirtuin protein activation and for creating the cellular energy required for responding to years of sun exposure. NAD+ AND OPIATE WITHDRAWAL: While there are prescription drugs, like naltrexone, methadone and suboxone, to help with opiate withdrawal, NAD+ is a natural substance without toxic side effects. After regular treatments, NAD+ IV therapy can help individuals battling addiction beat their addiction and reduce cravings.
  • Lysine
    L-lysine is an essential amino acid and is one of the key building blocks of muscle tissue. Human body is not able to synthesize lysine hence it needs to be acquired through diet or supplementation. Besides being essential for regular growth, this important amino acid participates in various vital biological processes like proteinogenesis, crosslinking of collagen polypeptides, uptake of essential mineral nutrients, and in the production of carnitine. Carnitine is established to play a crucial role in energy production by transporting long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria and generated toxic compounds out from the cell. Studies have suggested its role for enhancement of athletic performance by increasing growth hormone, cell repair and regeneration. Lysine is also been recognized as an important precursor for glutamate synthesis, which works as a neurotransmitter in the vertebrate nervous system.
  • Taurine
    Taurine had been shown to improve performance by reducing fatigue, increasing stamina, and helping your muscles work harder for longer. In addition to all this, taurine can act as an antioxidant to repair damaged cells and reduces oxidized stress on muscles
  • Biotin
    Biotin is important for the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and amino acids. Biotin functions as an essential cofactor for five carboxylases that catalyze steps in fatty acid, glucose, and amino acid metabolism. Biotin has been promoted to be useful in the treatment of hair and nail problems, cradle cap, diabetes, peripheral neuropathy, candida infections, and high cholesterol.
  • Calcium
    Calcium is the most common cation and the fifth most abundant inorganic element in the human body. It is essential for the maintenance of the nervous, muscular, and skeletal systems, and for cell membrane and capillary permeability. Calcium’s role in building bones and supporting their health is well known, but it is also important for nerve conduction, blood coagulation, and electrical conduction in the muscular tissue of the heart.
  • I'm a 'Hard Stick." What if you can't get an IV?"
    Our RNs are experienced with IVs and the techniques and products used to minimize the pain associated with needle sticks. Our RNs will take their time in finding a promising vein for an access point. If on a rare occasion we are unable to find an access point, we may still be able to provide treatment through intramuscular injections.
  • Looking for a nurse in your area?
    Modwella covers 9 states and counting: Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, Texas, Washington, Wyoming For service or questions, please navigate to your state page and a nurse will be happy to assist you: https://www.modwella.com/locations

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Normal Saline
    An isotonic solution that quickly hydrates at the cellular level.
  • Vitamin B Complex
    Converts carbohydrates into energy, breaks down fats and proteins, maintains muscle tone and nervous system and builds healthy hair, skin and nails. Vitamin B1 (Thiamine): Essential for cellular energy production and nerve conductivity. Combats depression, irritability, nausea, muscle weakness, constipation and peripheral neuropathy. Vitamin B2 (Riboblavin): Assists cellular energy production and respiration. May help relieve headaches, migraines and rosacea. Vitamin B3 (Niacin): Needed to release energy from carbohydrates, fats and proteins. May help with muscle fatigue, indigestion, depression, insomnia, headaches and skin issues. Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid): Soothes and supports adrenal glands and aids in wound healing. May help relieve rheumatoid arthritis and lower cholesterol. Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine): Known as the anti-stress vitamin and anti-inflammatory. Aids in metabolism and stabilizing blood sugar. May help with ADHD, weight loss, atherosclerosis and kidney stone prevention. Balances mood and promotes healthy skin.
  • Vitamin B12
    Vital to brain health and energy. Essential for building new blood cells, DNA and nerve insulation. Deficiencies lead to brain fog, fatigue and rapid aging. May help with weight loss, chronic fatigue, MS, nerve damage, brain disorders, shingles and headaches. Most adults are chronically low in B12 as common medications (like asprin, antacids, PPIS, metformin and other prescription medications) interfere with its absorption in the stomach.
  • Glutathione
    Known as the master antioxidant. Rapidly depleted by stress and toxins. Most adults are deficient. Helps cell create energy. Anti-inflammatory and anti-aging. Helps detoxify pollution, radiation, drugs, molds, chemicals and heavy metals. Reduces cellular damage from things like diabetes and alcohol. May reduce sysmptoms of parkinson's and alzheimer's, autism, respiratory disease and psoriasis.
  • Magnesium
    Crucial in preventing high blood pressure, building strong bones and maintaining a steady heart rhythm. Very relaxing and can help with stress, anxiety, insomnia and constipation. Also reduces inflammation.
  • Zinc
    A nutrient required by the body to stay healthy. Needed to make proteins and DNA, the genetic material in all cells. Needed during pregnancy, infancy and childhood to grow and develop properly. Helps the immune system fight off viruses and bacteria and aids in wound healing. Is important for proper sense of taste and smell.
  • Taurine
    Taurine is necessary for metabolic and digestive processes. It helps the liver make bile to break down fats in the intestines. Taurine is also shown to increase energy and exercise performance and specifically combat exercise fatigue and reduce muscle damage. It is heart-healthy and can help reduce blood pressure and increase blood flow through the arteries.
  • Anti-Histamine
    Medication that helps to treat allergic reactions like rash and itching. Also assists with insomnia and difficulty sleeping. (Benadryl)
  • Anti-Nausea
    Medication to reduce nausea. Used for vomitting, migranes, hangovers and food poisoning. (Zofran, Reglan)
  • Non-Steroidal Pain Relief
    Anti-inflammatory drug used to treat moderate-to-severe pain and inflammation. Non-narcotic and non-addictive. (Ofirmev, Toradol)
  • Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory
    Anti-inflammatory drug. Non-narcotic and non-addictive. (Decadron)
  • NAD+
    NAD+ IV treatment is on the cutting edge of anti-aging, detox, brain health and longevity research. NAD+ is a helper molecule that exists in every one of your cells. It may support various facets of healthy aging. Possible benefits include brain cell protection, helping with weight loss, lowering heart disease risk, cancer risk and more. NAD refers to nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. It is one of a few coenzymes found in all living cells. It exists in two forms — NAD+ and NADH. NAD+ is the oxidized form, and it accepts electrons. NADH is the reduced form, and it donates electrons. NAD+ converts into NADH when it gains electrons and a hydrogen molecule. NAD+ is needed for basic biological processes including DNA maintenance and metabolism. It works hard in your cells and those of other mammals as well as in yeast, plants and bacteria. Without NAD+, nothing can live and low levels can lead to negative health consequences. Unfortunately, levels of NAD+ decline as we age. NAD+ causes two general sets of reactions in the human body: It helps turn nutrients into energy, playing an essential role in metabolism. It works as a helper molecule for proteins, regulating other types of biological activity. Processes like these are critical since they help with regulating circadian rhythms and oxidative stress while also maintaining DNA health. Uses for NAD+ NAD+ AND ALCOHOL: Alcohol is made from sugar, whether that sugar is from potatoes, barley, grapes or molasses. Alcohol abuse affects the brain on a cellular level. For your body to process alcohol, it must first be detoxified by enzymes requiring NAD+ to function. In this process, NAD+ serves two functions — it detoxifies alcohol into sugar and helps turn that sugar into energy. In this way, NAD+ IV therapy may help you reduce alcohol cravings by replenishing drained enzymes and targeting brain restoration. NAD+ AND CARBS: When NAD+ converts into NADH, it helps convert carbs into energy since it plays an essential role in glycolysis — the cycle by which your body converts sugar into energy. NAD+ AND FAT: Energy metabolism is an essential function of NAD+. Your cells use NAD+ to convert the food and beverages you consume into the energy you require to stay healthy. NAD+ does this by turning into NADH, which helps burn proteins and fats in the cell. NAD+ AND SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE: Even if you live a sedentary lifestyle, you still need NAD+ for basic biological functions, such as breathing, sleeping and eating. NAD+ therapy can offer people who have a sedentary lifestyle realize improved energy levels. NAD+ AND SUNLIGHT: You may already know that too much sun can be a bad thing. However, one reason why this is true is because of NAD+. Your cells use NAD+ for sirtuin protein activation and for creating the cellular energy required for responding to years of sun exposure. NAD+ AND OPIATE WITHDRAWAL: While there are prescription drugs, like naltrexone, methadone and suboxone, to help with opiate withdrawal, NAD+ is a natural substance without toxic side effects. After regular treatments, NAD+ IV therapy can help individuals battling addiction beat their addiction and reduce cravings.
  • Lysine
    L-lysine is an essential amino acid and is one of the key building blocks of muscle tissue. Human body is not able to synthesize lysine hence it needs to be acquired through diet or supplementation. Besides being essential for regular growth, this important amino acid participates in various vital biological processes like proteinogenesis, crosslinking of collagen polypeptides, uptake of essential mineral nutrients, and in the production of carnitine. Carnitine is established to play a crucial role in energy production by transporting long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria and generated toxic compounds out from the cell. Studies have suggested its role for enhancement of athletic performance by increasing growth hormone, cell repair and regeneration. Lysine is also been recognized as an important precursor for glutamate synthesis, which works as a neurotransmitter in the vertebrate nervous system.
  • Taurine
    Taurine had been shown to improve performance by reducing fatigue, increasing stamina, and helping your muscles work harder for longer. In addition to all this, taurine can act as an antioxidant to repair damaged cells and reduces oxidized stress on muscles
  • Biotin
    Biotin is important for the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and amino acids. Biotin functions as an essential cofactor for five carboxylases that catalyze steps in fatty acid, glucose, and amino acid metabolism. Biotin has been promoted to be useful in the treatment of hair and nail problems, cradle cap, diabetes, peripheral neuropathy, candida infections, and high cholesterol.
  • Calcium
    Calcium is the most common cation and the fifth most abundant inorganic element in the human body. It is essential for the maintenance of the nervous, muscular, and skeletal systems, and for cell membrane and capillary permeability. Calcium’s role in building bones and supporting their health is well known, but it is also important for nerve conduction, blood coagulation, and electrical conduction in the muscular tissue of the heart.
  • I'm a 'Hard Stick." What if you can't get an IV?"
    Our RNs are experienced with IVs and the techniques and products used to minimize the pain associated with needle sticks. Our RNs will take their time in finding a promising vein for an access point. If on a rare occasion we are unable to find an access point, we may still be able to provide treatment through intramuscular injections.
  • Looking for a nurse in your area?
    Modwella covers 9 states and counting: Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, Texas, Washington, Wyoming For service or questions, please navigate to your state page and a nurse will be happy to assist you: https://www.modwella.com/locations
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