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Hico Med Spa offers range of services, including mobile IV treatments, to help clients reach their full wellness potential.

Caitlin Fudge administers an IV treatment at a local event.


A medical spa in Hico is aiming to help people look and feel their very best.


Hico MedSpa opened in September 2022 and offers IV nutritional therapy, weight loss injections, Botox, fillers, skin rejuvenation and hormone replacement and spider vein therapies.


Owners, Dr. Ryan Wyatt and wife Heather, a nurse practitioner, live in Hico and say opening the med spa was something they both wanted to do for years.


“I saw a huge need for it,” Heather told Beneath the Surface News. “I started with a focus on helping people lose weight and moved into aesthetics.


“I’m very experienced in weight loss; I know what works and what doesn’t.”

The med spa offers semaglutide and tirzepatide shots that are delivered to a patient’s home in two to three-month quantities.


“I believe we have some of the best prices in the area,” Heather said.


The spa also employs a certified dietician who designs personalized meal and workout plans for patients.


The medical professionals at Hico MedSpa are passionate about helping people reach their full wellness potential and have incorporated mobile IV treatments into the practice.


Brooke McLain and Caitlin Fudge, both registered nurses, will go to a patient’s home to administer the IV.


The entire process takes about 30 to 45 minutes and ranges in price from $185 to $350.


“We offer a variety of treatments and pride ourselves on having the most concentrated menu, which means patients are getting the most concentrated doses of vitamins and minerals from the bag,” Caitlin said.


“One of our most popular treatments is the revival injection. It’s designed for people with chronic pain and inflammation and can be administered every three to four months depending on the patient’s medical evaluation.


“Most people start feeling better within two to three hours.”


Other IV treatments can boost hydration, immunity and energy levels and help athletes with recovery and performance.


The treatments can also cure a hangover, ease flu symptoms and nausea and help with anti-aging.


“Every package we have is customizable,” Brooke said. “I think people like the idea of a doctor or nurse coming to their homes for treatment. It’s convenient and saves on the cost of an ER visit by thousands of dollars.”


Caitlin and Brooke will have a new mobile trailer ready by the end of March and will be available for events like weddings, bachelor parties, music festivals, rodeos and golf tournaments.


“We can go anywhere,” Caitlin said.

They also offer a discount to Tarleton students.


For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 254-374-0430 or email





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