Learn How Ketamine Can Help You
New Hope for Depression
Ketamine infusion therapy brings relief and hope to those who suffer from drug unresponsive depression and mood disorders
Alleviate Chronic Pain
Find relief from chronic pain including back and neck pain, CRPS, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, and neuropathic pain
Non-Addictive Pain Management
Ketamine is not an opioid and in fact has been used to effectively manage drug and alcohol dependence
Safe and Effective
Ketamine has been used worldwide as an anesthetic since the 1970’s
Fast and Long Term Relief
Many people experience relief from their symptoms in as little as one visit and continue to be symptom free months after treatment ends.
Painless and Well Tolerated
Ketamine infusions are usually well tolerated and the procedure is so peaceful it often lulls patients into a short nap.
Ketamine is a drug which has been FDA approved since the 1970’s for anesthesia during surgery in children, adults, and animals. It has been used extensively as an anesthetic in the hospital setting and has gained a stellar reputation for safety. Ketamine’s safety and effectiveness is reliable even in the pediatric population, as it does not affect the respiratory system.
More recently, Ketamine has been found to be a highly valuable treatment for depression, anxiety, and specific pain disorders. At low dosages, Ketamine has proven to redevelop the neural pathways in our brain that have been damaged by continuous chronic pain and depression.
Ketamine has the ability to take effect right away whereas most antidepressants can take weeks, even months, to provide relief. This results in feeling better, an improvement in mood, and faster and healthier recovery. That is why ketamine is very promising.
Furthermore, for patients experiencing suicidal idealations the drug’s rapid response could be life-saving. Recent studies have shown that a single dose of ketamine dramatically reduces suicidal thoughts. Ketamine could be a bridge for someone who struggles with Mental Health disorder such as major depressive disorder, bipolar depression, PTSD, and suicidal ideations. Patients can be administered ketamine for a minimum of 6 days to reach optimal levels resulting in improvement of acute symptoms. Then after, patients have the option to follow up with their provider to continue with their therapeutic regimen.
Ketamine offers lifeline for suicidal thoughts