At Omniya Clinic in London
Before an IV Drip treatment takes place, you will have an initial consultation with one of our experienced practitioners before the treatment takes place. Once you are ready for treatment our medically trained practitioners will make sure that you are fully comfortable and relaxed at all times. The procedure will take around 45 minutes and you will be free to go back to your typical daily routine afterwards.
Receiving an IV is something that can differ from person-to-person. However, we usually find that it does not take more than 45 minutes for the procedure to be carried out. In terms of the benefits, this all depends on the vitamins you’re receiving and the dosage. This is something that will be explained to you in full during your consultation, and you will also be given a realistic picture regarding how regular you should have IV therapy.
This depends on what type of treatment you have, how well the treatment works for you and what you are aiming to achieve with IV therapy. It is likely that you would benefit from regular treatments, but this is something you could discuss with an Omniya practitioner before treatment begins.
As mentioned, for our IV Drips, we’re pleased to partner with Intravita, as they offer a vast collection of safe and effective IV vitamins. This includes the following…
With any intravenous treatment, there could be a risk of infection, but this is something we take incredibly seriously here at Omniya, and you will find our state of the art facilities and high standards of hygiene and cleanliness reduce this risk as low as it could be. Our medically trained practitioners place hygiene and sanitation at the top of their priority list. In addition to this, the products we use are fully licensed for use as a supplements by the UK’s MHRA.
Aside from the beneficial effects of IV therapy, you could experience the following:
These would usually go away within a few days, but if you are at all worried, our practitioners would be glad to speak to you.
Your suitability for treatment will be discussed with your practitioner before treatment takes place. Unfortunately, IV drips should not be used on women that are breastfeeding, pregnant women, those with neurological conditions, kidney or heart complaints, diabetes that is uncontrolled, those suffering shortness of breath and those who are ill or are suffering the after effects of a recent trauma such as illness or accident.