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IV Ketamine Therapy Can Help Where Other Treatments Have Failed

Intravenous Ketamine

IV Ketamine Therapy Can Help Where Other Treatments Have Failed

Ketamine is a well-researched, dissociative anesthetic approved by the FDA in 1970. Since then, ketamine has been used extensively worldwide in the medical field. The World Health Organization (WHO) lists ketamine as one of the world’s most essential medications due to its therapeutic effects and wide safety margin.

Over the last decade, Yale University, The National Institutes of Health and many other academic institutions identified additional benefits of ketamine in treating depression, anxiety, PTSD, childhood trauma, addiction and chronic pain. The use of ketamine for depression has been named as potentially “the most important breakthrough in antidepressant treatment in decades” by Thomas Insel, Director of the National Institute of Mental Health (2002-2015).

How Does Intravenous Ketamine Work?

Applying ketamine through an intravenous drip allows your body the maximum absorption of ketamine. For some, ketamine can provide rapid relief from mental health and chronic pain symptoms within hours to days.

As a non-competitive NMDA antagonist, ketamine allows the NMDA receptor to cause a surge in glutamate, a vital neurotransmitter for memory, stress regulation, and mood regulation. Ketamine also causes the release of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) that is responsible for neuroplasticity or growth of the brain while establishing new connections between neurons. This can provide long-term release from mental health conditions and chronic pain syndromes.

What Will My Infusions Be Like?

We strive to ensure all of our patients are comfortable and at ease in their private rooms during treatment. Your treatment will be administered by exceptional and caring medical professionals. Our attentive team will closely monitor you and facilitate your therapeutic experience during your infusion. No patients will be left alone during the infusion. In addition to the MD and nurses, we also have many psychotherapists on staff if you are in need of therapy or integration in between your treatments.

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