Crawl Reno would like to welcome a new sponsor for our events, Rapid Recovery Hydration Solutions. You may have heard of them popping up at festivals, offering IV treatments and B12 shots.

“We help people recover quicker so they can get back to life and living,” said Debbie Fajans, owner of Rapid Recovery Hydration Solutions. 

How does it work?

First, they’ll have you sign a consent form and provide a basic health history questionnaire; and then they’ll check your blood pressure, oxygen levels and heart rate.  On your first visit and every 6 months, you will have a short consultation with one of their nurse practitioners.

Who administers the IVs?

All IVs are placed by Registered Nurses, Advanced Practice Nurses and Doctors. You will see varying credentials after your providers name; RN, CRNA, NP, MD.

Where can I find Rapid Recovery?

9579 South Maccarran Blvd Suite 108 in Reno, NV

Why do I want a Vitamin B12 IV?

Smoking, alcohol, drug use and stress rapidly deplete the Vitamin B12 that you get in your diet daily. When taken orally Vitamin B12 is poorly absorbed in the gut, especially if you are taking other medications such as antacids, diabetes medications, and birth control pills. By receiving Vitamin B12 injections, you bypass the absorption issues and so much more Vitamin is available for your body to use.

Does it hurt?

A little bit, but clients say it is worth it for how great they feel after the treatments or injections.

How will I feel after?

Rapid Recovery has had clients say they went from “zero to hero”, or that they had “instantaneous energy”. They have been told that the pain or discomfort went away, muscle cramping stopped, skin and hair improved. There are many results that clients mention and they have all been positive. Feeling balanced, rejuvenated, energized and happy are common feelings after many of their treatments. Symptoms from headaches and migraines lessen and/or completely disappear.

How much does it cost?

Treatments range from $20 – $200+. Rapid Recovery uses high grade medical treatments and talented Hydration Hosts. Their treatments are hundreds of dollars cheaper than the same treatments at the hospital. The emergency room bills $300-$800 for a bag of fluid, not including the IV start, nurse nor the added vitamins and minerals. The emergency room charges most people with insurance $250 to walk in the door and cannot have you feeling this good in 30 minutes.

You can find full info at rapidrecoveryhydration.com

Keep an eye out on our social media profiles in the coming weeks and months because Rapid Recovery gave us some of their treatments to give away to you!