The Hydration Room Looks to San Diego County for the Future

The leading vitamin IV and injection therapy company will open San Diego county locations in the coming years.
The Hydration Room Looks to San Diego County for the Future
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The Hydration Room would like to welcome you to your ‘healthy place.’ The Vitamin IV and injection therapy company, first established in 2014 by Dr. Brett Florie, integrates allopathic and osteopathic medicine into customized therapies.

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According to the company’s website, “IV hydration and injection therapy is the quickest way to help improve your symptoms and get you back to feeling your best.” The Hydration Room’s IV hydration therapies often take no more than 30 minutes, depending on your hydration status and needs.

Never had the experience? The Hydration Room’s Instagram shares, “the IV delivery method allows the fluids, pain medication, vitamins and minerals to be rapidly absorbed by the body without having to go through the digestive tract, leaving most people feeling better relatively quickly.” They even suggest it for hangover relief.

So why does this matter to San Diegans?

A press release from just yesterday announced the company, which recently opened its 15th location, has plans for San Diego county in the near future. “We’ve grown to 15 locations and over 65,000+ patients treated since opening our first door in December 2014,” said Dr. Florie. “Which only speaks to the effectiveness of our IV and injection therapies.”

The press release shared the company’s goals of “further expansion into Los Angeles and San Diego counties for 2022 and beyond.”

Visit The Hydration Room on Instagram for updates.

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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