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.
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.
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…
We hear this question a lot. Those considering ketamine as a treatment option should know that there is actually a fair amount of variation from clinic to clinic. What research is the clinical program based on? What is the treatment success rate for depression? What is it for chronic pain conditions? Are patients physically monitored…
Assuming your initial Ketamine infusion treatments are successful, here are two strategies to maintaining the benefits.
The evaluation of our data has shown that Ketamine is a very safe medication when administered in a proper setting with very few medication interactions.
Facts are not opinions, but rather truths and realities with which we all should be able to agree. Here are some facts about Ketamine infusion therapy.
People receiving help and support from mental health professionals AND anesthesiologists overseeing the ketamine infusion tend to receive the most benefit.
The changes in functioning with Ketamine Infusion Therapy are incredible. It can help improve mood and enables people to regain a sense of who they are.
A study at Columbia University proposed that Ketamine could be beneficial in preventing or reducing PTSD symptoms when used prior to a traumatic experience.