Gone are the days of having to go to the Emergency Room to receive basic IV hydration therapy. The Hydration Room is the new alternative: no wait, no outstanding medical bills, just effective and efficient IV hydration and injection therapies administered in a relaxing medi-spa environment. Whether you’re suffering from a cold or flu, battling a migraine, experiencing jet lag, seeking relief from sore muscles or chronic pain, waking up from a long night of over-indulgence, or just low in energy, IV hydration and injection therapy is the quickest way to improve your symptoms and get you back to feeling your best. IV hydration therapies are quick, often under thirty minutes depending on your hydration status and needs. Injection therapy is also quick, and administered in a private room by our physicians or nursing staff.

Dr. Brett Florie, D.O., M.D.

He was raised in Newport Beach and Long Beach, California. He earned his bachelor’s degree at the University Of Southern California, Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine from Western University and finished his residency training at the University of Southern California , in the field of Anesthesiology; obtaining dual medical degrees in osteopathic and allopathic medicine.  Currently, he is a practicing Anesthesiologist and pain specialist at several local Orange County surgery centers and hospitals.  

Osteopathic medicine takes a holistic perspective on the practice of medicine, based on a belief in treating the “whole patient” (mind-body-spirit) and the primacy of the musculoskeletal system in humans. In addition, as an Anesthesiologist, Dr. Florie is trained in the principles of IV fluid resuscitation, adequate hydration, and acute and chronic painmanagement.  With his dual degrees and clinical experience, Dr. Florie, is knowledgeable in the  proper integration of these two fields of medicine.

With over a decade of experience in Anesthesia and his expertise in osteopathic medicine, he has integrated these two principles of medicine into The Hydration Room’s innovative IV, injection and oral therapies to best treat his patients.

His goal?  Integrate these two principles of medicine. They are not mutually exclusive, but as he has found in his experience, mutually beneficial for patient care.