We are thrilled to unveil a new chapter in healthcare excellence as we proudly announce the grand opening of Get A Drip King’s Road! Nestled in the heart of Chelsea, our state-of-the-art clinic is poised to redefine the standard of care in our community.
Not only do we have an exciting new location, but we also have TWO brand new services: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and an Infrared Sauna! We could not be more excited for our existing and new clients to try all of our different services!
Keep reading to find out more about Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and our Infrared Sauna and all of our other services offered at Get A Drip King’s Road!
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy:
Prepare to dive deep into the world of wellness with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), where every breath takes you to new heights of rejuvenation (literally)!
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is a type of non-invasive treatment that involves breathing pure oxygen in an atmospheric pressurised chamber. It exposes your body to up to 100% oxygen, which in turn will increase the amount of oxygen within your blood and tissues.
Some of the benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy include:
- Accelerates recovery
- Boosts cellular rejuvenation
- Promotes collagen production
- Reduces pain and bruising
- Soothes swelling and inflammation
- Assists with mental clarity
- Enhances energy levels
Click here to find out more about HBOT prices and what to expect during your session!
To book your Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy appointment today, click here
Step into the warm embrace of wellness with Infrared Sauna magic! How does an Infrared Sauna differ from a traditional sauna? While a traditional sauna uses heat to warm the air around you, an Infrared Sauna uses infrared light to directly warm the body itself.
Infrared light is a type of energy that our eyes can’t see, but your body can feel as heat. An Infrared Sauna uses infrared heaters to emit infrared light, experienced as radiant heat which is then absorbed by the surface of the skin.
Benefits of an Infrared Sauna include:
- Improved circulation
- Reduced inflammation
- Lower blood pressure
- Wound healing
- Increased metabolism
- Weight loss
- Improved detoxification
Click here to find out everything you need to know about our Infrared Sauna!
To book your Infrared Sauna session today, click here
Dive into the science of wellness with a journey through the veins with Get A Drip Blood Testing! We have an extensive variety of different Blood Tests, so there is something for everyone. Our Blood Testing services include:
- General Health Check (46 biomarkers)
- Minerals/Ions Check (8 biomarkers)
- Complete Vitamin Check (7 biomarkers)
- Essential Iron Check (19 biomarkers)
- G6PD Deficiency Check (16 biomarkers)
- Sports Performance Check (19 biomarkers)
- Male Wellness Check (5 biomarkers)
- Female Wellness Check (10 biomarkers)
- Essential Vitamin B12 & Vitamin D Check (2 biomarkers)
- Complete Blood Analysis (66 biomarkers)
You can either book online by clicking here* or simply walk into one of our clinics, where Blood Testing appointments are available every day of the week. Results will be reviewed by one of our GMC registered Doctors and sent to you via email along with our recommendations. Depending on which test you opt for, this may take between 3 to 10 working days.
Click here to dive deeper into the Complete Blood Analysis Blood Test!
To book your Blood Test today, click here
Ever heard of Compression Therapy? If not, don’t worry! By gently squeezing, Compression Therapy applies the right level of pressure to your legs and feet, causing your calf muscles to pump and allowing the blood to return back to your heart quicker – essentially increasing blood flow and circulation.
The overarching goal of Compression Therapy is to help increase blood flow and circulation. In doing so, there are many added benefits that stem from this. This may include:
- Management of varicose veins
- Swelling prevention – for those who stand or sit for long periods of time
- Improved healing of leg ulcers
- Aids in muscle recovery and soreness
- And more!
Click here to read more about Compression Therapy!
To book your Compression Therapy appointment today, click here
Across the world, Cryotherapy is used for sports, medical purposes or just to support your everyday health & wellness – it’s the perfect solution! Whole body Cryotherapy (WBC) is a form of treatment that uses extremely low temperatures to trigger a physiological response from the body. Cryotherapy consists of briefly exposing the body to extremely cold air (-85 ˚C down to -110˚C, brrrrr) by standing in a Cryo chamber for a couple of minutes.
Why would someone subject themselves to freezing cold temperatures? Well because there are many benefits to Cryotherapy! Some benefits include:
- Improved mental wellbeing
- Pain management
- Recovery from injuries
- Weight loss
- And more!
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To book your Cryotherapy session today, click here
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) was first discovered in 1906 and our understanding of its importance has quickly evolved since then! NAD+ is one of the most crucial molecules in our body and is involved in hundreds of metabolic processes, most notably, helping our cells create energy.
Some benefits of NAD+ include:
- Aids in biological processes
- Slows cognitive decline
- Fights chronic fatigue
- Increases energy
- Boosts metabolism
- Regenerates cells
- Reduced internal inflammation
One of the most exciting aspects of NAD+ IV Therapy is that anyone can benefit from it! If you show signs of low energy levels, fatigue and overall sluggish, then you could be a good candidate for NAD+ IV Therapy. Replenishing your NAD+ levels can drastically reduce these types of feelings.
To learn more about all things NAD+ click here
To book your NAD+ appointment today, click here
Although it may sound relatively new, Ozone Therapy has actually been around since the late 19th century. Since then, it has progressed with the aid in modern medicine and techniques, to now being used by thousands of doctors all over the world!
Ozone Therapy is the process of administering Ozone into the bloodstream for immediate use. Using the latest technology, our IV Ozone Therapy involves gently extracting your blood and passing through an oxidation chamber. Here, it is combined with an equal volume of Ozone at a high concentration before being passed back into your body.
So, what are some of the benefits?
- Reduction of inflammation
- Improved cognitive function
- Reduction of microbial load in chronic disease
- Increased energy
- Rejuvenation of skin cells
- Metabolic support
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To book your Ozone Therapy appointment today, click here
Red Light Therapy:
Illuminate your health journey with the vibrant hues of Red Light Therapy! Red Light Therapy is a therapeutic, non-invasive treatment that uses low wavelength red light that exposes you to low levels of red and near-infrared light. This allows for energy (ATP) production so that our body can carry out essential functions.
As you may have noticed in recent years, Red Light Therapy has broken into the beauty industry with Red Light masks that have flooded Instagram. Comparatively, our Red Light Therapy bed offers full body exposure that can aid you from the inside out!
With a more effective production of ATP energy, our cells experience a more rapid turnover rate, which can aid in the appearance of acne, age spots and facial texture. Red Light Therapy also stimulates the production of collagen, which gives our skin structure and elasticity. This can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and stretch marks. Due to the skin healing properties, Red Light Therapy can be beneficial to those who have psoriasis, rosacea and eczema.
To find out everything you need to know about Red Light Therapy, click here!
Click here to book your Red Light Therapy session today!
Vitamin Drips & Injections:
Of course we could not open a new clinic without our iconic Vitamin Drips and Vitamin Injections!
Intravenous (IV) Vitamin Drip Therapy involves administering Nutrients and Vitamins directly into the bloodstream via the veins. This method allows the fluids to move quickly and effectively through your bloodstream, bypassing your gut allowing for 100% bioavailability! When receiving an IV Vitamin Drip, a higher dose of Vitamins are able to be administered allowing for fast acting and longer lasting results while simultaneously eliminating the need for a daily supplement.
Here are some of our recommendations based on frequent symptoms that we often see in clinic:
- If you are constantly tired/fatigued we often recommend: The Energy Drip, Vitamin B12 Injection, and Vitamin D!
- If you are looking to improve skin health we recommend: anything with Vitamin C or Glutathione!
- If you are looking for an immune boost or suffer from hay fever, we recommend: High Dose Vitamin C!
Click here to see more Vitamin Drip recommendations!
Don’t forget, you can customise your Drip with our IV Drip Extras, so that you get the exact outcome you are looking for!
Click here to book your Vitamin Drip or Injection today!
Do I need to do anything to prepare for my Blood Test?
Please do not consume food or drink for 6 hours prior to appointment. This excludes water, please stay well hydrated. Also avoid strenuous exercise for 48 hours before your appointment.
How accurate are the results?
Our laboratory partner is one of the in Europe and performs all of its work to the highest possible level of quality. They comply with current UKAS standards and applicable regulatory requirements, so diagnostics are delivered with utmost accuracy.
How long does the testing process take?
The procedure of the Blood Test will take no longer than 20 minutes with the inclusion of completing the required documents beforehand; Additional time can be used for any questions.
Is there anyone who cannot have Compression Therapy?
All clients will have a consultation with one of our Medical Team before having the service. Whilst Compression Therapy is safe for most, there are some conditions which make Compression Therapy unsuitable.
This includes but is not limited to:
- Acute pulmonary edema
- Acute thrombophlebitis
- Acute congestive cardiac failure
- Acute infections Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
- Episodes of pulmonary embolism
- Wounds, lesions, infections, or tumours at or near the site of application
- Where increased venous and lymphatic return is undesirable
- Bone fractures or dislocations at or near the site of application
Who should avoid Cryotherapy?
Pregnant women, individuals with certain cardiovascular conditions, those with a history of seizures, and people with severe cold allergies should generally avoid Cryotherapy.
Always consult with a healthcare professional before trying Cryotherapy, especially if you have any underlying health conditions.
How long does a Cryotherapy session last?
Whole body Cryotherapy tends to last around 3-5 minutes.
Is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy safe?
Yes, HBOT is safe when administered by trained medical professionals.
How long do I spend in the chamber?
Choose between a 30 minute session or a 60 minute session. However, if you would like to end your session earlier you are able to do so.
How many people can fit in the Infrared Sauna?
You can fit up to 2 people in the Sauna at one time
Am I able to use the Infrared Sauna if I am pregnant?
What is NAD+?
Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+) is a coenzyme that plays a key role in cellular metabolism. It exists in two forms: NADH, and it is involved in redox reactions, transferring electrons between molecules.
How long does Ozone Therapy take?
Typically, treatment can take up to 1 hour, depending on the number of passes you choose to have.
What does a ‘3/5/10 Pass’ mean?
A ‘Pass’ refers to how many times your blood will go through the Ozone machine and into your body over the course of a single treatment session. The more times your blood passes through the machine, the greater the beneficial effects of Ozone will have on you.
How long does PBM take?
You can undergo PBM in 22 minute sessions, 3-5 times a week. Due to its non-invasive nature, you can undergo PBM as many months as you would like to receive treatment, however, we do recommend up to four months.