IV Drip in Atlanta


IV Drips in Atlanta Can Improve Health and Wellness!


The first use of IV drips may have been by the Ancient Greeks and Egyptians. The Romans also used IV drips. It was also during this time that the first infusion pots were created. Today, IV drips are used to treat a variety of ailments. They are used to help boost the immune system, treat burns and wounds, and even as a form of anesthesia during surgeries. The exact composition of an IV drip depends on the illness being treated.

IV drip is also known as an infusion, is a delivery method for intravenous drugs. It involves delivering the drug directly into the vein through an IV tube connected to a syringe. This method is often used to administer medications that are difficult or impossible to give by other means, such as chemotherapy drugs. This type of delivery method is often used in hospitals for people who are critically ill or have injuries that would make it difficult to receive other forms of treatment.

IV drip is usually used to treat serious conditions like cancer, heart disease, and stroke. A doctor who can perform the procedure may insert an IV catheter into a vein in the arm or hand. The IV drip is then connected to a bag that holds the medications, fluids, or other treatments. In addition to giving medications, the IV drip can also be used to give patients fluids and nutrients through the IV. This type of treatment is called enteral feeding.

It’s not often that someone finds themselves in need of an IV drip. But for those who are struggling with addiction or chronic illness, the use of an IV infusion is a necessary part of treatment. IV drips can provide relief from withdrawal symptoms, enable the patient to receive medication without having to eat or drink, and even provide comfort during difficult times.

IV infusions can also be used to deliver vitamins or minerals. A physician will draw a small amount of fluid from the IV bag, mix it with certain vitamins or minerals, and then add more fluids to make up the total volume needed.

A vitamin infusion can improve energy, concentration, mood,  sleep and more. IV drips improve brain, heart, liver, and immune system function. Some of the most common vitamins or nutrients used in a vitamin infusion include vitamin C, B vitamins, minerals, glutathione, EDTA,  peptides, and amino acids. Vitamin infusions or drips can be used to improve one’s health and wellness.

Where to get an IV drip in Atlanta, GA


At The Taylor Medical Wellness  Group located in Atlanta, GA, we provide IV  drips in a relaxing spa-like environment. Listen to tranquil music, recline in a massage chair, lie on a relaxing infrared detox bed, or watch your favorite movie during your IV infusion  treatment.

 IV drips delivers vitamins directly into the bloodstream to achieve blood levels as much as ten times higher than with oral vitamin intake. All IV infusions are mixed under sterile conditions and given over a period of 15-45 minutes in the comfort of our office. The high levels of vitamins and minerals in the blood will “force” the nutrients into cells that may be depleted and restore health to your cells. 

Your IV infusion  will be administered  by one of our doctors who will help you choose your perfect IV infusion or push. Don’t have 45 minutes for one of our IV bags? You can take advantage of our Myer’s Cocktail IV push (15 minutes) or one of our B12, CoQ 10, or vitamin D booster injections (5 minutes).


Call 678-443-4000 today for an IV therapy  appointment!

About Author

Ava Bell-Taylor, M.D

Ava Bell-Taylor, M.D

Ava Bell-Taylor, M.D., originally from Atlanta, Georgia, received her Bachelor of Science degree from Spelman College. She later received her medical degree from Morehouse School of Medicine. She completed her Family Practice training at Floyd Medical Center in Rome, Georgia and her psychiatry residency at Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Bell-Taylor has extensive post-graduate medical training in Functional, Integrative, and Anti-Aging Medicine. She is certified in Functional Medicine. Ava Bell-Taylor, M.D. is a holistic doctor with a focus on functional and integrative medicine. Combining functional medicine with her knowledge of conventional medicine has enabled Dr. Bell-Taylor to help many patients suffering from depression, anxiety, insomnia, attention-deficient, dementia, and eating disorders. Dr. Bell-Taylor specializes in functional medicine with a special emphasis on how hormone disorders, environmental factors, lifestyle choices, and nutritional deficiencies contribute to brain dysfunction, like depression, attention deficiency, anxiety, insomnia, dementia, and other chronic medical illnesses. Dr. Ava Bell- Taylor is the co-author with her husband, Eldred B, Taylor, M.D, of two must-read books, Are Your Hormone Making You Sick? and The Stress Connection: How Adrenal Gland Dysfunction Effects Your Health.