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FAQs

Questions about Venadrips and IV therapy?

We have the answers

  • Are Venadrips safe?
    Simply put, safety is our first priority. Each individual’s medical history is carefully reviewed prior to receiving services. Every drip is administered by an experienced and licensed nurse practitioner under the direction of a medical doctor. We operate under the highest standards of safety, sterility and professionalism. Though no procedure is “risk free,” our vitamin therapies are considered very safe and well tolerated.
  • How long is a Venadrip treatment?
    Treatment length is variable. In our consultation we will go over the approximate length for a specified treatment with you. Most drips are completed in 30 minutes-2 hours.
  • What is the cost of a Venadrip treatment?
    Our treatments are customized to your specific needs. Because of that, prices vary, but start at $179.
  • What areas do you service?
    Our medical team travels throughout NYC, Westchester and parts of Long Island. Other needs within NY might be able to be accommodated on a case by case basis.
  • Who is a good candidate for a vitamin drip treatment?
    There are no hard rules about who might be a candidate for IV vitamin drip therapies. A full consultation is needed to determine candidacy.
  • Do you provide NAD+ therapy?
    We are proud and excited to be a leading provider of NAD+ IV therapy in the New York/New Jersey area. There has been considerable research on the benefits and we are sure more will come. When choosing this therapy, it's important to work with a qualified provider who is certified in providing NAD+ treatment, because there are specific protocols to follow. Lucky for you, our Vendadrip technicians are! Check out our NAD+ page for more information on the benefits to NAD+.
  • Are there any side effects to drip treatments?
    Generally, treatments are very well tolerated and most patients do not experience side effects.
  • How often should I have a treatment?
    Specific recommendations regarding duration and maintenance will be made based on the treatment and individual patient needs. For maximal benefits, on-going treatments at regular intervals are often suggested.
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