We are entering into a very busy time of year with summer vacations, holidays and kids away from school. We have found that some of our patients who struggle with depression or other conditions will sometimes lose track on their maintenance treatments. We have created a short video that demonstrates how critical these routine maintenance infusion treatments are while a patient embarks on their path to wellness.
You perform routine maintenance on your car, even if everything is running smoothly. Well, the same basic concept applies to those utilizing Ketamine Infusion Therapy to treat debilitating conditions of Depression and/or Chronic Pain.
Many of the conditions we treat here at Ketamine Wellness Centers are what we call “hidden afflictions” because they can be disguised, to some extent, to the outside world.
When you are in pain, you seek relief. If relief is not coming, you seek to numb the pain by any means possible. Drugs and alcohol offer that numbing, but can come at a tremendous cost. Are you or a loved one stuck in the “use / get treatment / can’t stay sober / relapse” cycle? How can you be one of the few who get clean and stay clean?
In this episode of the KWC Podcast, we speak with three depression patients who are currently utilizing Ketamine Infusion Treatments about what the experience is like, what to expect, and they offer recommendations/advice for others who are considering this therapy for themselves.
Recently during one of my trips between Arizona and Colorado, I had the opportunity to speak to a very nice gentleman about Ketamine Wellness Centers and the types of conditions we treat…it was obvious this man was asking because someone he knew was suffering.
Growing up I was asked countless times “What’s wrong?” or “Why are you sad?”. How does a child or adolescent explain that nothing is wrong, but everything is wrong? How do they explain they don’t have an explanation for their sadness, they just know they don’t want to be here anymore? I knew I had all these great things in life to be happy for, but I still felt miserable inside.
If your time spent on social media isn’t leaving you feeling better, positive and more helpful about your life and the world, what can you do about it?
Kayla, a Patient Liaison and Ketamine Patient, offers strategies and talking points for getting your insurance company to cover at least a portion of Ketamine Infusion Treatments for mental health conditions.