Our Staff

EnrG IV has a full staff of licensed, medical professionals. Our team includes expert​s​ who have been specially trained in IV Vitamin Therapies and Functional Medicine.


Dr. Judy Corbett, MD FACOG

Hi! I'm Dr. Judy Corbett, MD FACOG, and I am originally from Birmingham, AL where I received my BSN as well as my MD from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. After completing my residency, my family and I moved to Bay Minette, AL.

Women's healthcare is a true passion of mine, and I have practiced OB/GYN on the Gulf Coast region since 1996. I continue to seek opportunities to promote and impact women of all ages, and I have enjoyed becoming active in many aspects of the Mobile and Baldwin County communities. I have a wonderful husband and three fabulous children who all support my efforts! I enjoy music, sports, water activities, and traveling with my family. See ya at the beach!


  • M.D., The University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Medicine, Birmingham, AL
  • BSN, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Nursing, Birmingham, AL
  • The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL


Janet Baker, RN

Janet Baker is a Registered Nurse who specializes in Functional Medicine and Weight Management. Janet enjoys working with patients who have been diagnosed with autoimmune and metabolic diseases. She has also investigated the role nutrition and genetics play in improving patient lives.

Janet has been in the medical field since 1995. She began her career in nursing at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital where she worked in the intensive care units. Later on she worked at St. Vincent’s East as a charge nurse in orthopedics. But her most challenging role as a nurse was helping to care for her father when he was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 81. Her father’s age challenged her to look outside traditional medicine to help him continue to live his life without pain or surgery.

Janet has worked in integrative and functional medicine for the last 9 years. She has a passion for improving metabolism naturally and helping the body to heal with the nutrients it requires. Outside of helping people achieve optimum health, her current interests lie in networking and collaborating with like-minded practitioners to promote the practice of functional medicine in the Gulf Coast area.

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Tara McLellan

Tara McLellan is a certified functional medicine practitioner. Originally from Mobile, she has been a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner for over ten years and is also an instructor for the Master of Science in Nursing program at the University of South Alabama.

Tara enjoys spending time with her patients and truly listening to their needs to co-create their path to healing. She believes that the functional medicine model can bring true wellness, which involves not only the body, but also the mind and soul. Her passions include helping people who are struggling with autoimmune issues, mental health, and hormone imbalances.

Tara lives in Fairhope with her two dogs and three finicky cats. In her spare time she enjoys participating in triathlons, playing the piano, and gardening (though this is a work in progress).


IV Menu

We offer a variety of signature IV cocktails to choose from to treat hangovers, fatigue & jet lag, and enhance athletic performance. Let one of our licensed professionals help you decide which treatment is right for you. Choose from IV drips, B12 boost shots, mega weight loss solutions, or oxygen & aromatherapy services.


Functional Medicine

Functional medicine seeks to discover the root cause of symptoms and treat them through natural means. It views the body as one integrated system, not a collection of independent organs divided up by medical specialties. This technique results in finding connections and relationships that lead to the core problem. Functional medicine does not replace traditional medicine. It enhances it by eliminating the root cause and stopping the symptoms altogether.



Ozone is an immune system modifier, which means it fundamentally changes the way your cells work. Oxygen molecules have two oxygen atoms, but ozone has three. Ozone molecules come in contact with your cells and the third oxygen atom bonds easily to your cells to improve the way your body utilizes oxygen.

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