IV Push Therapy

At DropFusion IV in El Segundo, CA we provide IV push therapy that delivers fluids, vitamins, and minerals into your bloodstream to boost hydration and nutrient intake in your body.

Our IV Pushes provide the benefit of intravenous vitamin therapy in a fast, efficient way. A Registered Nurse will place a small tube into a vein in your arm and deliver a syringe of concentrated vitamins and minerals directly into the blood stream. IV pushes usually take 3-5 minutes.

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What Exactly Is Push IV Therapy?

Push IV therapy is a way of directly injecting vitamins, minerals, and sometimes drugs into an individual’s bloodstream using a small needle. A sterile needle is placed into a vein, either on the back of your hand or at the top of the forearm, to begin treatment. After the needle has been properly positioned, it is linked to a catheter. From there, we connect a syringe to the other end of the catheter and inject a single dose of the desired vitamins, nutrients, or medications into your bloodstream.

What Is the Difference Between Push IV Therapy and IV Drip Therapy?

Push IV therapy and IV drip therapy both use a tiny needle linked to a catheter to provide nutrients, fluids, and/or drugs intravenously. The distinction is that for push IV therapy, doctors use a syringe to inject nutrients into the other end of the catheter, whereas IV drip therapy depends on gravity to allow nutrients to gradually “drip” into the catheter. Both vitamin therapies have advantages, and there is some overlap in the specific vitamin infusions that can be provided with either modality.

Push IV therapy is quicker, requiring about 3-5 minutes, whereas IV drip therapy might take anything from 30 to 60 minutes. However, not all vitamin infusions are accessible as an IV push. Some vitamins, nutrients, and medications must be taken more slowly to avoid side effects including nausea and lightheadedness.

What Are the Advantages of IV Push Therapy?

Two of the most major advantages of push IV therapy are that treatments are quick (around 15 minutes) and patients can resume their daily activities right away. Push IV therapy can be scheduled during a lunch break, before work, or in advance of a major event.

Our IV Pushes provide the benefit of intravenous vitamin therapy in a fast, efficient way. A Registered Nurse will place a small tube into a vein in your arm and deliver a syringe of concentrated vitamins and minerals directly into the bloodstream. IV pushes usually take 3-5 minutes.

Types of IV Pushes

Glutathione IV Push - $80

1,000 mg Glutathione
No time to sit around for an Antioxidant Support IV? Get all of the free-radical fighting benefits of super antioxidant glutathione in this quick IV push.

Immunity Push - $90

Vitamin IV Push
Kick this flu season’s butt with a quick IV boost of Vitamin C, magnesium, B12, and B-Complex to strengthen the immune system, decrease inflammation, and alleviate fatigue.

CEO Special - $100

Glutathione Push + B12 Shot
No time to slow down? This quick fix will combate inflammation and fatigue, and takes less than 5 minutes.

VIP Special - $125

Vitamin IV Push + Glutathione IV Push
No time an IV drip, but want the best of what vitamin therapy has to offer? This killer combo is made up of a push of B12, B-complex, Vitamin C, and magnesium and is followed up with a dose of our all time favorite antioxidant, glutathione.

Beauty Potion - $150

Vitamin C, Biotin, B-Complex Push + 1,000 mg Glutathione Push
Let’s build beauty from the inside out! This beauty potion consists of hair, skin, and nail superstars Vitamin C, Biotin, and B-Complex and is followed with a push of skin-brightening Glutathione.

Superhuman Combo - $275

NAD+ 200mg Shot + Vitamin IV Push + 1,000 mg Glutathione Push
This combo will make you feel SUPERHUMAN. It is quick to administer but floods your system with crazy high levels of immunity, energy, and stamina. Like any NAD+ therapy, maximum benefits achieved with consistent use.
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