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Intravenous Therapy (IV Therapy) 

IV Therapy is an innovative way for people to get a specific formulated infusion dose of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, electrolytes, and.hydration that the body needs. IV therapy is safe and can help tackle a wide variety of concerns including the skin and face, hair loss, energy levels, fatigue, stress management, healing pre/post surgery, sports performance, general hydration and recovery.

The body can only absorb up to 20% of vitamins taken orally, while intravenous vitamins and IV therapy bypass the digestive system into the bloodstream and are absorbed 100%.

Need more information? 

If you would like to learn more about having IV Therapy Drip that will suit you best, we invite you to meet with Dr. Nabil Fakih for a private consultation at our office.


Please contact us to schedule an initial consultation with Dr. Nabil Fakih to make an appointment. You may also fill out our contact form to make an appointment.

What is Vitamindrip?

IV vitamin therapy and Full IV therapy is an innovative way for people to get an infusion of vitamins and the hydration that their bodies need to recover from illness, stay healthy, improve wellness and empower your beauty from inside to outside. Everyone can benefit from IV vitamin therapy and it is safe.


• For Woman & Men

• No cut-off starting age

• Seeking to improve Skin health or body wellness


Face glow skin improvement

• Hair loss stimulation

• Improve your immune system

• Boost your energy

• Relive your fatigue

• Stress management

• Booster heal pre/post surgery

• Hydration and recovery post exercise

• Increase your stamina

• Improve your libido


• Length of Treatment: 30-90 minutes

• Duration: indefinite

• Back to Work: Same day

• Return to Exercise: Same day


• Rejuvenation

• Hydration

• Immune Support

• Athletic Performance

• Diet & Detox

• Aches & Pains

• Libido Enhancer

• Brain Health

• Mood Support

• The Original

What should I expect from my consultation? 

During your consultation, you will learn about Vitamindrip and discuss your needs and concerns. After your consultation we will take photographs for your medical record and we will discuss the fees and scheduling dates. You should come to the consultation prepared to discuss your medical history. It is important to provide information about any medical conditions, drug allergies, medical treatments you have received, previous surgeries and medications that you currently take. Based on certain health conditions, your doctor may choose to prescribe a custom formulation and treatment plan that is right for you. After your initial physical examination, health, medical and lifestyle questionnaire you may present certian health conditions that require further testing and analysis. The doctor will use these findings to prescribe a custom Vitamindrip prescription.


How often can I get IV Therapy?  

Most of our IV’s contain nothing that the human body can overdose on. If your are healthy, theoretically it is safe for daily use. Realistically, most people do not put such high demands on their bodies where they would need daily nutrient IV therapy. Our most frequent dosage is a weekly program. But you should tailor your IV therapy to your bodies demand.


How long does it take? 

Our nutrient IV’s take approximately 30-90 minutes for the drip to be fully administered.


How soon do I feel the Effects? 

Depending on your nutritional and hydration status you may see dramatic effects after the first IV. People who get regular IV’s will feel less dramatic effects as there body starts to obtain optimal hydration and nutritional balance.

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