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Vitamin IV and injection therapy company The Hydration Room will open its Pacific Palisades clinic — the 12th outpost in SoCal — on November 30, a spokesperson for the wellness brand told What Now Los Angeles in an email Thursday. The Hydration Room’s new outpost is situated in Palisades Village, at 15728 Antioch Street. The opening comes as the brand celebrates six years in business this December and over 55,000 patients served under the direction of Founder and Owner Dr. Brett Florie.
“With the current state of the world, everyone is looking for ways to strengthen their immune systems, bodies, and minds,” Dr. Florie said in a press release. “Our clinics are helping patients get ahead of common ailments like dehydration, low energy, brain fog, and stress.”
The Hydration Room will be offering its menu of 25 different vitamin IV and injection therapy services, in addition to its longevity treatment NAD+ IV Therapy and regenerative medicine therapies out of the new clinic. “Our mission has always been to bring preventative health measures to as many patients as we can,” Dr. Florie said. “We source the highest quality vitamins and minerals to give our patients the chance to feel their best.”
Business hours will be Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Hydration Room is on track to open two additional outposts in Orange County in early 2021 and a continued expansion in Los Angeles county through the middle of next year.