IV Infusion

Marina Medispa

Aesthetics & Laser Clinic located in Edgewater, NJ

IV infusion therapy is generating a lot of buzz lately, and for good reason. These simple wellness treatments deliver impressive results and are among the services on offer from the team at Marina Medispa in Edgewater, New Jersey. Call the office today to schedule a visit, or spend a few moments on the online scheduling page to find a time that fits your busy life.  

IV infusion Q&A

How does IV infusion therapy work?

Intravenous (IV) infusion therapy works by delivering a blend of micronutrients directly into your bloodstream. You’re probably already familiar with the use of IVs in emergency room and hospital settings. 

Your provider uses a needle to place a thin piece of medical tubing into a vein on your hand, wrist, or arm. The other end of that tubing connects to a bag that contains saline. This apparatus allows medical practitioners to quickly deliver medication and nutrients. 

In wellness applications, IV infusion therapy allows your practitioner to bypass your digestive system entirely and administer a wide range of micronutrients.

What are some potential benefits of IV infusion therapy?

The micronutrients administered via IV infusion therapy can support your body in a number of different ways. IV infusion blends can focus on various needs, making this approach incredibly versatile. 

Some of the benefits IV infusion therapy can deliver include:

  • Immune function boost
  • Hangover recovery
  • Workout recovery
  • Enhanced cognitive function
  • Specific nutrient deficiencies
  • Reduced fatigue
  • Detoxification

In addition to the benefits brought on by high-quality micronutrients, IV infusion therapy also delivers a powerful hydration boost, helping restore optimal hydration throughout your body. 

Is IV infusion therapy a painful process?

Many people assume that IV infusion therapy is a painful experience. In the hands of a highly skilled practitioner, however, the process of placing and removing the IV is nothing to be worried about. 

It takes just seconds for your practitioner to place the needle into your vein and secure the tubing in place with a small piece of surgical tape. You may feel a pinch as the needle enters your skin, but there’s no significant discomfort. 

Once the IV session begins, you can read, listen to music, or just rest and relax as the solution enters your bloodstream one drip at a time. The entire visit usually lasts around an hour, and you can resume normal activities immediately afterward. 

To get started, call the office during normal business hours, or book your visit online any time of day.