THE DRIPBaR Drops into Greenwood Village
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THE DRIPBaR Drops into Greenwood Village

IV Therapy Concept to Open New Denver Area Location

March 30, 2022 // // GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. - THE DRIPBaR - a Rhode Island-based health center focused on administering IV therapy infusions, is happy to announce the opening of its first Greenwood Village location. The new business will be opened by former oncology nurse, Chrissy Kaltenbronn, and is located at 5936 S. Holly St.

THE DRIPBaR’s IV therapy infusions strive to enable its clients to live more vital, energized lives and help make them more resilient to disease. To celebrate the Greenwood Village initial opening, all first-time guests will receive 50 percent off their first IV drip and a free B12 shot.

Kaltenbronn decided to invest in THE DRIPBaR to continue to spread her passion for health and wellness. An innate caregiver, she views this new business venture as a perfect opportunity to make a positive difference in the local Greenwood Village community.

“Opening my first DRIPBaR and bringing the brand’s IV therapy infusions to Greenwood Village is like a dream come true,” said Kaltenbronn. “I’ve spent my career as a nurse helping people feel healthy and rejuvenated to the best of my abilities. THE DRIPBaR seemed like the perfect way to continue my passion for helping others while running a business of my own and I cannot wait to open our doors for the first time.”

Each DRIPBaR location is USP 797 compliant and offers 18 IV Lifestyle or Health Support drips including the Jet Setter, Time Machine, Restoration, Flu Fighter and High C. All IV drips are handled by registered nurses under the guidance of a licensed medical director. For those who don't have time for a full IV vitamin infusion but are looking for the benefit, THE DRIPBaR can give your body a boost in just five minutes with one of its seven IM Quick Shots. IV therapy provides positive nourishment for conditions such as the common cold, headaches, cancer, chronic illness and may even help slow the signs of aging.




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