Stacy Frazier is an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and the founder/owner of Bluewater Revive & Thrive, LLC. She received her AG-ACNP degree from the University of South Alabama and is board certified through the ANCC. She has been in the nursing field for over 14 years, primarily in emergency medicine. One of Stacy's passion and why she became a nurse is her love for overseas mission work.
Stacy's desire is to help people feel their best and truly thrive, and that is why Bluewater Revive and Thrive was created. She believes IV vitamin therapy can not only improve your health, but improve your overall quality of life through the direct infusion of vitamins & nutrients into the body at the cellular level, where disease and chronic conditions begin.
Stacy's husband Cliff is active duty Navy EOD at Eglin AFB and they have a wonderful 6 year old son and two awesome pups. They are both originally from NC and have found Bluewater Bay to be a beautiful place to live and raise a family. In their free time, they love being active, traveling, and spending time with their son.
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Bluewater Revive & Thrive offers safe and effective intravenous (IV) therapy so your body can receive and absorb the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients it needs. IV therapy is unique, in that it bypasses your digestive tract and delivers the vitamins directly to your bloodstream to allow for 100% absorption.
Cellular life is the foundation of the human body. Our cells require continual replenishment and rejuvenation to prevent disease and promote well-being. Unlike oral consumption of vitamins, IV therapy works directly on the cells to replenish and rejuvenate each and every one. It allows you to feel your best and be your best!
- Allergies and Sinus Infections
- Anti-aging and Skin aging
- Adrenal Fatigue
- Chronic Pain
- Cold and Flu symptoms
- Immune Booster
- Dehydration and Hangovers
-Headaches and Migraines
- Low Energy and Fatigue
-Low Immune Health
- Nutritional Deficiencies
- Post-Operative Healing
- Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
- Stress and High Cortisol Levels
-Toxicity of Heavy Metals