The same mechanisms in the brain that alter mood can also create physical difficulties. Sometimes, these can be the primary indicators of depression.
We have established a treatment process that has a proven, consistent benefit. We have performed over 10,000 infusions and this experience has taught us the key elements that make the difference between success and failure. We know what works.
What are some warning signs that you or a loved one may be spending too much time looking at screens? Read on…
A new year brings time for a fresh start. It is a natural opportunity to ask yourself, “What do I want to change? What do I want to accomplish?”.
Ketamine Infusion Therapy is slowly becoming more mainstream in the public. Less well known is Ketamine’s effectiveness in treating several pain syndromes, including migraine headaches.
If you find yourself unable to sleep, or waking up tired, frequently yawning, or with an overwhelming desire to nap, ask yourself the following questions.
Why would Ketamine Infusion Therapy work for Depression when my traditional Antidepressants (SSRI/SNRI) don’t? We break it down here in less than 2 minutes. Ketamine has shown tremendous results in helping relieve the symptoms of depression since it’s antidepressant potential was first identified in the 1990’s. Ketamine Infusion Therapy helps treat the symptoms of depression…
Generally speaking, success in life is not about what you do on any given day, but what you do day in and day out.
Recent studies indicate that people are becoming increasingly isolated. Screen time has replaced people time. So, what are the “unintended consequences”?
As human beings we have emotional reactions to what goes on around us. What is the difference between normal life responses and true depression or anxiety?