Our goal at Aurea IV Hydration Spa is to encourage people to maintain their wellness and wellbeing. Our hydration, vitamin, and mineral levels affect our day to day lives. When we ignore them, because life and work tend to get in the way, it is to our detriment. This can turn into a vicious cycle, and anyone can become the worst version of themselves. The genesis of Aurea was to help patients address things like low iron and Vitamin D deficiencies in a spa setting at a medical-grade facility, as opposed to a strip mall by the freeway. If a patient wants to unplug and unwind, all of this takes place in a relaxing atmosphere with views of downtown Houston and the Houston Museum District. We also offer services in a lounge that is perfectly designed for a group setting.
Our patients are encouraged to be involved in a collaborative approach with our staff and determine what suits their needs best. A full medical history, including the patient's vital signs, are taken before each treatment. There are several options to pick from, but our most popular IV bags include Alleviate, which contains magnesium chloride and calcium chloride, which addresses symptoms such as bloating and fatigue. Our Mineral Blend contains magnesium chloride and zinc sulfate and has been used to help relieve migraine-like symptoms. Like most vitamins, even the multivitamin purchased at the counter, the FDA has not verified these treatments, and everyone responds to treatments differently. That being said, the experience is generally a positive one for those who have tried IV hydration supplemented with vitamins and minerals. We also offer Vitamin D, B complex, and other injectables for patients seeking a boost. Furthermore, patients are encouraged to bring in their lab studies and discuss them to determine whether we can accommodate any deficiencies pointed out by their primary health care provider.
Aurea was established to help everyone who walks in to feel better. Everyone is different, requires different alternatives, and responds differently to treatment options. We encourage questions and consultations, so please contact us at 713-804-DRIP and set up your appointment today.