What is mobile IV therapy and why is it something I should consider?

Mobile IV therapy is a form of fluid and electrolyte replenishment through insertion of an intravenous (IV) line into a blood vessel, oftentimes in one’s arm. It has traditionally been used for the treatment of dehydration, but it has also been found to be effective in treating a variety of other common ailments.

While adequate hydration can be achieved orally, the intravenous route is considered favorable because fluid and medications are introduced directly into the bloodstream, allowing for faster and better absorption. Rather than relying on the body’s ability to sense its own hydration status, mobile IV therapy restores fluid levels more quickly and efficiently.