IV Treatments

Our Affordable IV Treatments Deliver Vitamins, Nutrients, And Medications Directly To Your Bloodstream. The 45-Minute Process Is One Of The Fastest, Most Effective Ways To Recover From Illnesses And Dehyration.

Ways To Recover From Illnesses And Dehyration.

Migraine Treatment

Migraine Treatment

Kick your acute migraine to the curb with anti-nausea + anti-inflammatory medications.
Hangover treatment

Hangover treatment

Rehydrate and recover with an infusion of vitamins, anti-nausea medication, and fluids.
Rehydration Remedy

Rehydration Remedy

Restore your system with fluids + anti-nausea meds after a dehydrating bout of the flu.
Morning  Sickness Relief

Morning  Sickness Relief

Ease pregnancy-related nausea and vomiting with an infusion of fluids + medications.


Fast-acting IV fluids,  steroids + antihistamines quickly calm an allergic reaction.


What Is An IV?

An IV is a small tube that is inserted into a vein to deliver medication, fluids, or nutrients directly into the bloodstream. IV therapy is a common and effective way to provide treatment or support for various medical conditions.

Why Is An IV Used?

An IV can be used for a variety of reasons, including to hydrate the body, to provide nutrients and electrolytes, to administer medication, or to perform diagnostic tests. IV therapy is also commonly used in hospital settings to provide support for critically ill patients.

How Much Is My Visit Going To Cost?

The cost of your visit depends on the complexity of the visit. This is determined based on which services and/or procedures you need. You can see our service fees here, but feel free to call a clinic if you have more specific questions. (For Medicare patients, CLICK HERE.

Do You Accept Health Insurance?

We don’t accept insurance other than Medicare. Our cash-only model helps us keep our prices affordable and our wait-times short. Chances are, even if you have insurance, a visit with us will still save you money!

How Is An IV Inserted?

An IV is typically inserted into a vein in the arm, hand, or chest. The insertion process involves cleaning the skin and inserting the IV catheter into the vein using a needle. Once the IV is in place, the needle is removed and the catheter is secured with a small dressing or bandage.

Can I Still Submit A Claim To My Insurance Company?

Yes! When you visit a Corner Clinic, ask a team member for a form that we will help you fill out and send to your insurance company; they may apply your visit amount to your deductible.

Do I Need To Make An Appointment?

Nope! Just stop by a clinic when we’re open and you’ll be seen within a few minutes.

What Is The Process Of Receiving An IV Like?

Receiving an IV typically involves sitting or lying down and allowing the healthcare provider to insert the IV into a vein. You may feel a small sting or pressure when the IV is inserted, but the procedure is usually quick and relatively painless. During the treatment, you may be asked to lie still or to move around as needed, depending on the type of treatment you are receiving.

Does Receiving An IV Hurt?

Some people may experience mild discomfort or pain when receiving an IV, especially if the IV is inserted into a small or difficult-to-access vein. In most cases, however, the discomfort is minimal and quickly subsides. If you are experiencing pain during the procedure, it is important to let your healthcare provider know.

How Long Does An IV Treatment Last?

The length of an IV treatment will vary based on the type of treatment and the reason for the treatment. In some cases, an IV treatment may last just a few minutes, while in others, it may last several hours or even several days.