Our mission is simple. We want to provide the top quality service and give the community the fantastic benefits of IV hydration at a fraction of the cost one would pay in a hospital/emergency room. We pledge to please and wow our clients, leaving them feeling their best.
Our Registered Nurses are currently working in or have had emergency room experience and are the best at starting IV’s. We hand picked and sought out these nurses for their IV skill and professionalism. We hear it often, “i didn’t even feel it” or “that wasn’t bad at all”. We strive to make the experience something that you enjoy. We want to create an atmosphere that is peaceful and relaxing.
Dr. Ethan Kellum is very excited to bring the emerging and innovative field of interventional and regenerative orthopedics to the Nashville, Tennessee area. As a sports medicine fellowshipped trained orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Kellum intimately knows musculoskeletal injuries and joint conditions. With this knowledge he knows the value of getting patients back to the sport of life without surgical intervention. Although Dr. Kellum still performs arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder and knee, his main focus is regenerative medicine (stem cells and platelet rich plasma) for all musculoskeletal injuries/conditions (tendon, ligament, and joint problems) and keeping patients out of the operating room.
Dr. Kellum is a native of Henderson, Tennessee and attended Jackson Christian School and Freed-Hardeman University. He earned a medical degree from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine in Memphis. After a residency in orthopedic surgery at the Medical College of Georgia, he then completed a surgical fellowship in sports medicine, shoulder, and advance arthroscopy at the renowned New England Baptist Hospital and Boston Children’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. During his fellowship he served as assistant team physician for the NBA’s Boston Celtics, and for both Harvard and Tufts’ University athletics. Dr. Kellum is a member of the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. Dr. Kellum has actively been involved in orthopedic surgery research throughout his medical career. He also has authored and co-authored several peer reviewed orthopedic surgery articles and book chapters.
Beyond his credentials, Dr. Kellum is a compassionate, committed surgeon who has care and love for each and every patient. It is Dr. Kellum’s passion to create an environment that treats and cares for the whole patient- mind, body and soul holistically. He aspires to build the full-body health and longevity of each of his patients through regenerative orthopedics, nutrition, exercise and complementary medicine. Dr. Kellum works to create an innovative and patient centered atmosphere that feels like home.
He earned his Bachelors of Science in Biology Health Sciences from Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville Tennessee. Received his Masters of Medical Science in Physicain Assistant Studies from LMU-DCOM in Harrogate Tennessee and has worked as an Orthopedic Physicians Assistant in Murfreesboro since 2015
Graduated from Baylor University School of Nursing and trained at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas TX, with experience working from Los Angeles California to the other side of the world in Bangalore, India. Tim moved to Nashville in 1996 and fell in love with the city. He has 27 years of experience in Emergency and Critical Care Departments.
“I’m so excited about being able to offer the same therapies that we do in the Emergency Department for our clients at literally a fraction of the cost. Even if you have a health insurance plan and already met your deductible, a simple visit to the ER for the exact IV hydration therapy we do for less than $175.00, could end up costing you easily over $1,000.00 out of pocket.”
Dustin is a passionate, charismatic, health care provider with a strong desire to help people heal and return to better health. He became an EMT-IV in 2006, and in 2015 he obtained his Advanced EMT license. For over 11 years Dustin has worked in emergency medicine and he was inspired to offer people in the community a way to rehydrate and feel better.
“Being in my line of work I have seen firsthand what a single liter of hydrating fluid can do for someone. I have also seen what a financial burden it can be going to your local emergency department to get the same treatment we are offering. I am more than excited to bring this service to the place I call home and help people get the treatment they need for a price they can afford.”