Mount Pleasant, S.C. (June 23, 2022) - Owners Andrew and Malia Stocker with staff, family, and friends, joined by Councilman John Iacofano, partnering with Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce Membership Committee Chair Tammy Becker and fellow Chamber members, participated in the ribbon-cutting ceremony for The DRIPBaR, located at 1952 Long Grove Drive Suite 2.
The DRIPBaR offers intravenous therapy, which delivers key nutrients directly to the body. These 'drips' are administered by registered nurses practicing standards set by THE DRIPBaR's Executive Team and Research & Development Council. The therapies support the body's cellular regeneration more effectively than oral supplementation. Whether a person is recovering from a short-term illness or living with a chronic disease, nutrient-dense IV drips, like the ones available at THE DRIPBaR, promote healing at the cellular level.
"We help people optimize their health by giving them their vitamins through an IV or an IM shot," Andrew said. Councilman John Iacofano went on to thank Andrew for his service as a twenty-year veteran of the National Guard and welcomed them into the community.
By opening The DRIPBaR, Andrew and Malia hope to make the benefits of IV therapy more accessible to those who need it. In the future, they plan to launch a mobile service that will bring their evidence-based, health-boosting therapies to both busy professionals and those who are homebound. Visit The DRIPBaR's website to learn more about their story and what they offer. Follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to keep up with their latest updates.