CEO Update – March 2019

CEO Update – March 2019 THE GREATEST BREAKTHROUGH IN 30 YEARS FOR THE TREATMENT OF TREATMENT RESISTANT DEPRESSION IS SPRAVATO / ESKETAMINE!   Is it really? Or are they just confirming what we have known for the last eight years?  Yes, finally Johnson and Johnson has successfully received FDA approval to provide the medical community…

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CEO Update – February 2019

CEO Update – February 2019 2019 is off to an exciting start! This month, our Colorado clinic will be participating in a research project in partnership with the two incredibly innovative companies, Invictus Project and CereScan. This research will provide brain imaging data to be collected and analyzed pre and post infusion among veterans suffering…

CEO Update – November 2018

CEO Update – November 2018 Happy November! This month, Ketamine Wellness Centers wants to recognize all of the patients we have treated over the years who are suffering with conditions such as complex regional pain syndrome, fibromyalgia, arachnoiditis, migraines and other debilitating chronic pain conditions. November or Nervember, as named by our friends at I-Pain Foundation, shines a spotlight…

CEO Update – October 2018

CEO Update – October 2018 October is recognized as “Mental Health Awareness Month”. Although many organizations try to bring awareness and additional support to those struggling, there can still be that stigma attached to a mental health diagnosis or title. Because of the increased public focus on mental health and the lack of progress with…

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The Guardian Reports On Lady Gaga’s Powerful Mental Health Piece

Source: Guardian  In the Guardian’s latest story titled “800,000 people kill themselves every year. What can we do?”, Lady Gaga co-writes a powerful op-ed piece with Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-general of the World Health Organization. Gaga and Ghebreyesus note that suicide is the second leading cause of death around the world among 15-29 year olds and half of all mental illness…