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What is Ketamine?

Ketamine is a standard anesthetic that we administer at low dosages to successfully address treatment-resistant mood disorders and chronic pain. Ketamine is a safe alternative to standard anti-depressants and painkillers because it does not suppress the body’s heart rate or breathing like so many other anesthetics.

Intravenous (IV) infusion is the standard method of delivery for Ketamine Infusion Therapy. Ketamine is fast acting, which means results for those with mood disorders are achieved in a matter of hours or days as opposed to weeks as with conventional medications. Ketamine for chronic pain sufferers can also be a more effective and longer-lasting solution than standard addictive painkillers. Individual results may vary, but studies have shown that up to 70% of Ketamine-treated patients experience symptom relief.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you still have questions please contact us. We are happy to answer your questions and address any concerns.

There is still a lot of ongoing research but current findings show that it promotes growth of neural networks in just one hour. Current studies are focused on the neurotransmitter glutamate, which boosts neural activation. Ketamine is also a strong anti-inflammatory, which helps with chronic pain.

 
 
 
 

Yes. All infusions are conducted in our office where you will arrive and leave the same day.

 
 
 
 

Most insurance companies, as well as Medicare and Medicaid, do not cover Ketamine Therapy.

 
 

Very likely! Ketamine Infusion can help people suffering from treatment-resistant mood disorders like depression or chronic pain. Some people experience improvements within hours of treatment but for others it may take a few days. Recent data shows that up to 70% of patients will experience significant improvement of their symptoms.

 

Yes. Ketamine Infusions are administered in doses that are far below those used to anesthetize children and the elderly. There have never been any long-term side effects to Ketamine introduced intravenously.

No, which is why we ask you to have a designated driver accompany you to the procedure. We also ask that you refrain from operating heavy machinery for 24 hours from the time you were treated

 

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